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Oneinfocus is committed to educating and inspiring people on a global scale, using photography and other forms of visual technology to spread Torah, Chassidus and positive life values.
Wireless Strobe Lighting
“Darkness is not banished with a broom.” The Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe Learn more about this photo
A Brooklyn Morning
When Reb Zusia and Reb Yehudah Leib HaKohen read the Tanya for the first time—separately, each in his own home—they were so inspired, that they felt compelled to tell each other about this amazing chassidic work. They met in the middle of the city, and it...
A remarkable leaf in Ithaca, NY
G‑d looked into the Torah and created the world. (Zohar)Man can look into the world and see G‑d. A simple leaf declares the love that G‑d invested in His creations. Learn more about this photo
Perth, Australia
When encountering water, one should saythat the Baal Shem Tov says it is a sign of blessing. Learn more about this photo
Battery Park, NYC
The Chanukah Lights remind us that illumination begins at home, within oneself and one's family. Only then is one able to illuminate the world. Learn more about this photo
If not now, when? (Ethics of the Fathers) If we do not seize this moment and fulfil its unique purpose, when can we retrieve it? Learn more about this photo
Central Park, New York
During the month of Elul G-d leaves His Palace and approaches us in our natural surroundings.On Rosh Hashanah we arrive in the city and enter the palace. There we crown Him our King and draw down a new light.A light of health, peace and prosperity. Learn ...
Pier 6, Brooklyn
In the days preceding Rosh Hashanah, there is a compelling awareness that the King is within reach. So potent that it pulls us out of the darkest places, and arouses the desire to be one with Him. Learn more about this photo
Flatiron District, NYC
A mitzvah creates light, which though invisible to the eye illuminates the person performing the mitzvah as well as the surrounding world. Learn more about this photo
Suburban Maryland
I shall surely bless you and increase your offspring, like the stars of the heavens and the sands of the seashore. The angel of G-d to Abraham (Genesis). Learn more about this photo
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