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Havdalah: (lit. “separation”); blessing recited over wine that concludes the Shabbat or festivals
How to perform the havdalah ceremony at the conclusion of Shabbat and festivals.
Shabbat and the Havdalah Service
Our sages tell us that on Shabbos we are endowed with an “additional soul.” Upon her departure at the conclusion of Shabbos, we inhale the aroma of spices in order to “restore” our soul, which pines after the additional soul that has now left. But what is...
The Laws of Shabbat
Learn the laws and customs to properly perform the mitzvah of reciting Havdalah over a cup of wine at the conclusion of Shabbat, wherein we separate the holy from the mundane.
Parsha Yitro
How do we perform the commandment of "remembering" Shabbat? Maimonides explains that it is by marking the beginning of Shabbat by reciting Kiddush and marking the end of Shabbat by reciting Havdallah.
Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch
5727 • May 2, 1967
At the conclusion of Passover, 1967, the Rebbe distributes Kos Shel Brocha, “Wine of Blessing,” late into the night.
The significance of fire after Shabbat ends
Hillel and Shammai were two great sages of the Talmudic era, known for their opposing views on nearly every issue under the sun. From the proper way to dance before a bride to how best to set a table, we will study the views of these incredible figures th...
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