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Finding a Mate; Dating

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The Making of a Marriage, Lesson 2
Do soulmates exist? And if so, how do we know when we’ve found the one? Join us as we explore Judaism’s approach to dating; what to look for in a potential partner, how to decide when one is ready for marriage, and what steps that need to be taken in orde...
An interview with Elisheva and Dovid Martinetti. Elisheva was born in China; and Dovid in Italy. In their youth, both were inspired to convert to Judaism. Hear the remarkable story of their journeys, and their dreams and aspirations in building their own ...
Mrs. Rochel Fogelman and her husband, Rabbi Hershel Fogelman, of blessed memory, have been Chabad emissaries in Worcester, Massachusetts since 1947. She remembers asking the Rebbe repeatedly for a blessing for her sister to find her match. Her sister seem...
After becoming observant in college, Rabbi Meilech Leib DuBrow asked the Rebbe about marrying someone whom he had known during his student years. In an unusually long audience, he received the answer to his question, as well as advice on the basics of a J...
Seeds of Wisdom
On the golden rule of relationships: replacing expectation with acceptance.
The 15th of Av
On the 15th of Av young men and women would meet in the vineyards of Jerusalem for the purpose of finding their soul-mate. The beautiful girls among them would declare that a young man aught set his eyes to beauty alone. The Talmud does not censure them, ...
Reb Sholom Goldshmid was a student at 770 during the late 1940s and early 1950s. When it came time to start thinking about dating and marriage, it was the Rebbe who gave him the most important advice of all (c. 1951).
with Chana Epstein
A discussion on how to maximize our full potential in relationships of marriage in order to achieve true happiness and fulfillment.
Mrs. Chana Sharfstein recalls one of her first private audiences with the Rebbe, as a young woman in her early twenties, when the Rebbe asked her about her prospects for marriage (1954).
A simple seeming conversation between a matron and a Talmudic sage reveals a beautiful lesson in marriage.
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