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Sefira Ross is a freelance designer and illustrator whose original creations grace many Chabad.org pages. Residing in Seattle, Washington, her days are spent between multitasking illustrations and being a mom.
For an informed reading of Zechariah 14:1–21
The final chapters of Zechariah concern the “war of Gog and Magog”—the watershed battles precipitating the glorious time of the Redemption.
The High Holidays take us on a journey to the deepest places. Here are some questions to ask along the way.
See how familiar you are with the most sacred day on the Jewish calendar…
An Interview With Dr. Yaakov Brawer
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are known as the High Holidays. Many wonder about the inner meaning of the Jewish New Year and how we can approach it. To this end, we turned to Dr. Yaakov Brawer, well-known Chassidic scholar and lecturer and longtime profess...
Chapter 12 of Positivity Bias
The story is told of a follower of R. Menachem Mendel, third Lubavitcher Rebbe, the “Tzemach Tzedek,” whose son was seriously ill. He was advised to travel to the Tzemach Tzedek to ask for a blessing. With a heavy heart, he made the difficult trek to the ...
As the family dynamics change, sometimes we’re left with not enough “diners” to do justice to a shiur challah of bread over Shabbos
On the ugly necessity of growing up
What happens if you gain wisdom but refuse to grow up?
Chapter 11 of Positivity Bias
The famed Chasidic master, R. Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, once met a Jew who was smoking on Shabbat. He said to him, “My friend, perhaps you forgot that today is Shabbat.” “No, Rabbi, I know that it is Shabbat,” he replied. “Ah,” said R. Levi Yitzchak, “...
Deuteronomy is the last act of the Jewish people’s drama before becoming a nation in its own land, and it forms the context of all that follows.
According to Biblical command, Passover is to be observed for 7 days, beginning on Nissan 15, with the first and seventh days being observed as yom tov, when work is not performed. Since ancient times, rabbinic tradition mandates that the holidays be cele...
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