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Beshalach

By the Numbers
8 Ways to Harness Social Media to Inspire Jewish Life

Social media enables each of us to become an online publisher, influencing what others read, think about and discuss.
Your Questions
Why Is 70 Special?

It appears several times in the Torah: seventy elders of the Jewish nation, seventy languages and nations of the world, and seventy members of Jacob's family.
10 Shevat
10 Shevat
This day, so relevant to every Jew in our generation, is surely a day for reflection, learning, prayer, positive resolutions and acts of loving-kindness.
Meeting the Rebbe, Meeting Myself

We couldn’t understand why there was a need for us to meet yet another rabbi. We were rather satisfied with the acquaintance of Rabbi Shemtov.
"The Torah Leadership We Need"

A report by the Chief Rabbi and Judge of Britain’s Federation of Synagogues describes his visit to the Rebbe’s court in 1976
Parshah
Why the Sea Needed to Split

As the sea split, as the hidden world came to light, the core of the soul was also unveiled
Beshalach Parshah Quiz

Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Beshalach.
Women
How to Give a Compliment

Couples who remember to compliment each other often are usually much happier.
Story
A Boy and a Calf

At the age of eleven, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak was thrown in jail for helping a fellow Jew. This story is indicative of the pattern that the rest of his life would follow.
Lifestyle
"For they are My servants, whom I took out of the land of Egypt; they cannot be sold into slavery" (Leviticus 25:42). At the time of the Exodus, G-d made freedom the inherent and eternal state of the Jew; From that point on, no power or force on earth can subvert our intrinsic freedom...
— Maharal (Rabbi Judah Lowe of Prague)
Print Magazine

G‑d did not give you light that you may hold it up in the middle of the day.

When you are given light it is in order to accomplish something, to do something difficult and novel.

Go take your light into the dark places and transform them that they may also shine!