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Shabbat: (lit. "rest", "cessation [of work]"); the Sabbath, the divinely-ordained day of rest on the seventh day of the week.
Based on Zohar Shemot 47A
“One who observes the Shabbat is as though he observed the whole Torah.”
Shabbat is an island in time, a day of rest in the rush of activity that engulfs the other six days of the weekly cycle. On Shabbat we cease all creative involvement with our surroundings, transcend the worries and struggles of our daily existence, and en...
This class illuminates the true meaning of the holiness of Shabbat and what it represents in our spiritual experience.
Transliteration:Lam'na-tzay-ach mizmor l'dovid. Ya-an'cho Ad-o-noy b'yom tzoro, y'sagev'cho shaym Elohay ya-akov. Yishlach ez-r'ch mi-kodesh, umi-tziyon yis-odeko. Yizkor kol min'cho-secho, v'olos'cho y'dashneh seloh. Yiten l'cho chil'vo-vecho, v'chol atz...
The choir of Beis Menachem Chabad-Lubavitch, the grand synagogue which is part of the Marina Roscha Jewish Community Center in Moscow sing the traditional melodies sung at Chabad Houses across the globe.
On Shabbat we cease all creative involvement with our surroundings, transcend the worries and struggles of our daily existence, and enjoy the divine tranquility of G-d's day of rest; learn more.
Hands down, it’s the long-simmering stew of Shabbat morning that is its signature staple. A surprisingly strong statement from a 12th-century luminary – incorporated into the menu of the Shulchan Aruch, Judaism’s proverbial “Set Table” of Torah Law – give...
The rhyme and reason for the customary Shabbat menu
Explore the rich background, significance and symbolism of the time-honored Shabbat menu, as sourced in classic Jewish texts, their halachic underpinnings and the mystical perspective.
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