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Life’s journeys through the lens of kabbalah
The moment of conception is powerful. How parents’ thoughts and actions can affect the “garments” of their child’s soul.
The first commandment in the Torah is to have children. When G-d created Adam and Eve, He blessed them and said: “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it, and rule over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the sky and over all the be...
Ethical and halachic issues with scientific innovations
Rabbi Professor Avraham Steinberg probes the complex definitions of the most basic of concepts – human being, motherhood, fatherhood – in face of new fertility technologies.
Practical Parshah—Mikeitz
The Torah tells us that both of Joseph’s sons were born before the famine began in Egypt. What do the commentaries say we are supposed to learn from this?
Kabbala Toons: Episode XVII
You are not your spacesuit
Torah’s first commandment is: “Be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and conquer it.” This is not just a physical command, but a spiritual one: When it comes to building a family, one must conquer all the concerns that stem from the ‘earth’ — from worl...
The Talmud teaches that there are three partners in the creation of a child; the father, the mother, and G-d Himself. And while G-d entrusts the parents with the ability to make a very special contribution, He never removes Himself from the equation.
The very first command of the Torah is: “Be fruitful and multiply.” Rashi explains: You might think that having one child is already being “fruitful,” so Torah adds “and multiply.” And to remove all doubt, the verse continues, “fill the earth and conquer ...
Rabbi Moshe Weiss serves as director of Chabad of Sherman Oaks, California. He was married in 1983 but struggled to have children. He visited the Rebbe a number of times and merited to receive numerous blessings, but they never seemed to materialize. It w...
Mrs. Chaya Hecht served as an early education teacher in Brooklyn, New York, for over five decades. In the early 1950s, shortly after he had assumed leadership of the Chabad movement, she had an audience with the Rebbe. The Rebbe asked her if she was pray...
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