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Farbreng, Episode 11
During summer, schools and yeshivahs may close for vacation, but Judaism and Torah study must never cease, as they are our very source of life and vitality. (From “Messages”—Season 2, Episode 11)
The radiant light of summer
There’s a duality within the sun, in that it provides light but its light can also be blinding. We, too, contain opposites within ourselves, and our most powerful inclinations can also become our greatest weaknesses. How can we direct our energies positiv...
We disconnect in more ways than one, which allows us to reconnect in the deepest of ways. And we once again learn what it means to fill a day without distraction . . .
When it comes to educating young children, how could yeshivas or Jewish schools shut down for the summer?! Torah is our life-source, how can one stop learning for even one day of the year?!
As the school year ends and people take vacations, many want to leave all responsibility behind them. But when it comes to Torah study, there’s no such thing. Just like when we complete the communal reading of Torah, we immediately begin once again, the s...
As the summer approaches and school ends, a world of seemingly limitless possibilities for enrichment, education and entertainment present themselves for our children. Unique among the options, however, are the opportunities afforded by attending a Jewish...
A Camp that Inspires Giving
Hodaya, my sixteen-year-old, walked in last night, past midnight, after the first day of camp. She was so exhausted she could hardly speak. But she told me the name of her camper and she said to me, "Ima, this work is a lesson for life..."
For campers at the Chabad-Lubavitch Camp Gan Israel on South Padre Island, learning about Judaism during sixteen action-packed days on the island was even more meaningful than the bountiful water sports. The camp welcomed kids from across the dry expanse ...
The Rebbe in focus as a visit to Camp HASC coincides with Gimmel Tammuz
The chief rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, took time out of his visit to the United States earlier this week to visit a Jewish summer camp for individuals with special needs, and physical or intellectual disabilities. The visit came as the chief rabbi ...
Tzipporah Edelkopf was born in Kharkov, in the Soviet Republic of Ukraine. As a young girl, she managed to immigrate with her family to Israel. Her parents traveled to the Rebbe but couldn’t afford to bring her along. When the Rebbe heard why she was miss...
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