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Navigating Coronavirus
We've collected Q&A, tutorials, inspiration, tools, and more in one handy spot.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

It’s an evolving, ongoing conversation, but it’s important to start now.
Coronavirus Nixed Your Seder Plans?

with coronavirus curtailing travel plans and social interactions, many are facing the prospect of celebrating Passover alone. Here's what you need to know.
Fight Your Illness by Fighting Your Fears

Why I Won’t Zoom My Shabbat Services

A rabbi finds a silver lining in praying alone, at home, apart from his beloved congregation.
By the Numbers
18 Matzah Facts Every Jew Should Know

Many Jews from the Former Soviet Union can attest that their parents and grandparents went to great lengths to procure matzah for Passover.
Your Questions
How Important Is The Second Seder?

I know that in Israel the Seder is only celebrated on the first night. For the rest of us living outside of Israel, is the second Seder as important as the first, or is it just a custom?
The Ultimate Mitzvah

Why does the book devoted to mitzvot start with the laws of sacrifices? Perhaps they encapsulate the inner meaning of mitzvot more than any other individual mitzvah . . .
Where Is Our World Heading?

Chapter 29 of Positivity Bias
Giving Chabad New Life

100 years later, it’s time to revisit the Rebbe Rashab’s obituaries and rewrite the story of his life
How Much Do You Really Know About Passover?
Take the Chabad.org quiz and find out
Vayikra Parshah Quiz

Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Vayikra.
Elijah's Cup and the Mysterious Guest

Over time, successive economic downturns diminished the couple’s wealth, and they had to resort to selling their possessions to buy food.
Everything that is for the sake of G-d should be of the best and most beautiful. When one builds a house of prayer, it should be more beautiful than one's own dwelling. When one feeds the hungry, one should feed them of the best and sweetest of one's table. When one clothes the naked, one should clothe them with the finest of one's clothes. Whenever one designates something for a holy purpose, one should sanctify the finest of one's possessions; as it is written (Leviticus 3:16), "All the fat is to G-d."
— Maimonides
Print Magazine

There are times He seems to be peeking through the latticework of our world, filling the day with light.

But then there are times He hides His face behind a thick wall.

We are confused. We cry out to Him, loudly, for He must be far away.

He is not far away.

The wall is His hand, and His hand is also Him.

It is Him...

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