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Mendy Kaminker

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Rabbi Mendy Kaminker is a member of the Chabad.org editorial team and rabbi of Chabad of Hackensack.
It dawned on me that this is exactly what the Rebbe envisioned. And I am so thankful to be part of that vision.
3,333 years ago, something happened on a mountain. And since then, our lives have not been the same. The name of the mountain was Mount Sinai. The people standing at the foot of the mountain came from different tribes, styles and social classes. Yet just ...
I want someone to blame. Someone that I can look at Scream at until I am blue in my face It's all because of you That little children do not have a father to kiss And loving mothers will have to kiss their child one last goodbye. Or maybe, I don't want an...
I remember when you were far away. You had that exotic-sounding name. They called you “Corona.”
Here’s what last week’s panic taught me
“You should remove WhatsApp from your phone!” a friend of mine messaged me frantically (on WhatsApp, of course!). “Why?” I asked. “Because they changed their terms and conditions. Now, Mark Zuckerberg can read everything you write,” he replied. “That’s gr...
The scenes from Capitol Hill were horrifying. As Jews, we are committed to pray for the peace of the places where we reside. In the words of the prophet Jeremiah: And seek the peace of the city where I have exiled you, and pray for it to the L‑rd, for in ...
“How can I know what G‑d wants me to do?” a woman once asked the Rebbe.
Think about your kitchen. Now, think about one word to describe it.
A simple exchange that showed me the Rebbe’s care for each and every individual.
If I were a Yankees fan, I would be terribly offended right now.
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