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No one knows how we’ve been able to survive for 2,000 years, scattered among the nations of the world. Yet today there is an undeniable connection between the Jewish people, regardless of their language, background or social status. What kept us together,...
As the Rebbe’s emissary in Temecula, Calif., I found that people were always happy and respected that I was observant.
Why does Abraham say that he is a foreigner and a resident? What lesson can we take from his attitude?
My eleven-year-old son came running into the house, crying hysterically, “A gangster PUSHED Tatty!” His face was bleeding so profusely that blood was dripping from his beard.
Absolute humility is dangerous
Why was the Torah given on Mount Sinai, the “smallest of all mountains”? Because, the Midrash explains, in order to receive the Torah, we must be humble, like Mount Sinai. This raises another question: If humility is so important, why was the Torah given ...
A Jew must live boldly. We can either continue seeking acceptance from others, or begin accepting ourselves. To accept oneself is to live boldly. This boldness should not be with anger or with arrogance, but simply standing firmly in the place G-d has set...
I was about to board the train, a middle-aged man exited the train and immediately approached me. “I’m a Jew,” he said.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of the British Empire, shares his experiences and vision pertaining to this important issue. (This talk is from the gala dinner of Chabad of Greenwich, Connecticut).
How Chabad helps me celebrate my Judaism openly and globally
Senator Joseph I. Lieberman was the Democratic Party nominee for Vice President in the 2000 election, but his deeply personal relationship with Chabad began in the 1960s, before he started a political career. The Rebbe's vision and emissaries, he says, co...
In the Book of Exodus, G-d calls the Jewish people a “kingdom of priests and a holy nation.” A story in the Talmud demonstrates how we could fulfill this verse and inspire the respect of the nations that surround us.
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