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Tzvi Freeman, a senior editor at Chabad.org, is also author of several books, including Wisdom to Heal the Earth. He writes Chabad.org's highly popular Daily Dose of Wisdom. Rabbi Freeman served for five years as mashpia of the West Coast Rabbinic Seminary in Los Angeles, and currently resides in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing with the Freeman Files subscription.
The Hagagadah is alive, and nothing that’s alive can be made to fit into neat parcels of sensible data. But there's some leads.
Jews feel that Western liberalism has abandoned them. This has happened before. This is what the Purim story can teach us.
Think of an observant lifestyle as an art form. Keep it natural.
Keeping your head, your heart, and your feet all on the same road.
In case you're feeling overwhelmed, here's a hand to hold and a little guidance.
There are long lives with little meaning. And there are short lives that never cease to shine.
“G-d” is a relatively new European word of Proto-Germanic origin. In Hebrew, quite a few titles are used, each with a different meaning according to the circumstance.
Tommy and the Human Spark
Tommy‘s basketball coach shows him that hatred and anger gets him nowhere, but seeing the spark inside another person could change the world.
Lurking beneath a scholar’s cloak on our best college campuses, the same raw hatred that Hitler’s professors rationalized persists. This time, sane academics must speak up and take action.
The signature metaphor in Tanya to describe all human activity, popping up in some form or another on almost every page, is clothing. Life, according to Tanya, is less about who you are and more about what you wear.
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