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Bar & Bat Mitzvah

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Life’s journeys through the lens of kabbalah
How to make your child's bar or bat mitzvah lasting, enduring and spiritually-charged.
May G-d grant success to all the Bar and Bat Mitzvahs. On one’s birthday, one is born anew; may it be with new Mazel in Torah, Mitzvos and all areas of your lives. Every Bar and Bat Mitzvah resolves to constantly grow especially in the commandment to “Lov...
The first haircut and entering adulthood
What is an upsherin, and what’s the message behind this ceremonious haircut? What transformation occurs at a bar or bat mitzvah, and how can we tap into this new energy?
20 Menachem Av, 5742 • August 9, 1982
In Kfar Chabad, there will soon begin the Bar Mitzvah celebration for the orphans of Israel’s fallen heroes. They commemorate their sacrifice, for their fathers gave their lives defending the Holy Land and its Holy Nation.
Religious Maturity
A boy attains his religious maturity and becomes responsible to fulfill all Torah commandments at the age of thirteen; this milestone is traditionally celebrated with a Bar Mitzvah ceremony.
14 Tammuz, 5749 • July 17, 1989
An audience with overseas visitors, Bar Mitzvah boys and Bat Mitzvah girls, and grooms and brides.
Goldie Shuman was born with FD, a rare genetic disorder, and lives by the grace of G-d and a team of medical professionals. Watch and be inspired by her incredible bat mitzvah speech.
Rabbi Sholom Spalter is on the faculty of the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown, New Jersey. Before his Bar Mitzvah, his father wrote to the Rebbe. The Rebbe’s memorable response changed his Bar Mitzvah, as well as those of his children. (1967)
Rabbi Shlomo Majeski recalls an audience that he had with the Rebbe on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah. After asking him to share the words of Torah that he would speak at his Bar Mitzvah, the Rebbe offered some words of his own. (1963)
The Rebbe blesses Bar Mitzvah boys to grow up to be chasidim, G-d-fearing, and a Torah Scholars.
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