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The Jewish Woman is a site dedicated to providing Jewish women of all backgrounds intellectually challenging, emotionally uplifting and inspirationally stimulating articles.
Sarah’s Courage: Lesson 3
Even in today’s day and age, with all of the advancements made in the treatment of women, we must rethink and challenge our value system.
So old, yet so new
He was unapologetic about the woman’s unique role and campaigned for women to be true to their “womanhood,” as established by Torah.
The uniqueness of feminine spirituality
Before G-d gave the Torah to the Jewish people, He instructed Moses to first speak to the women and then to the men. Moreover, Scripture indicates that the messages were not the same. This class explores its significance, addressing the uniqueness of femi...
What is in the DNA of a Jewish woman? And how can we use these qualities to structure our day to live our lives as better Jewish women?
Parshah Curiosities: Vayakhel
The Torah’s gives a glowing description of the women’s exceptional contributions towards constructing the Mishkan—highlighting the feminine superiority of faith. This class also uncovers intriguing nuggets on the art of spinning goat-hair, a ghost-written...
Parshah Curiosities: Yitro
The Torah’s narrative detailing Mass Revelation at Mount Sinai and the momentous giving of the Torah to the entire Jewish people demonstrates the unique relationship between Jewish women and our holy Torah. Discover the secret story behind the instruction...
What is male and female energy according to Kabbalah?
After thousands of years of male dominance, the time has come for the feminine era to emerge when feminine energy is appreciated.
1951-1953
Rather than encourage women to imitate their male counterparts, the Rebbe helped them recognize and actualize their feminine qualities.
We switched roles. It was my turn to tuck her in, with sweet whispers on the evening breeze. As she drifted to sleep, I sat by the hospital bed (and later the nursing-home bed) and sang Yiddishe lullabies—Jewish words and melodies.
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