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Without electronic stimulation or distraction. Face to face. Games and other fun activities can help us to relate to one another in fun, new ways. Here is a list of some entertaining Shabbat activities to get you started...
I know that for my daughter’s own benefit, I must follow the rules of the game. But with each roll of the dice, with each turn that she takes, I am inwardly holding my breath, secretly longing for her victory . . .
I try to follow the rules of the game. I need to teach her how to graciously accept a setback. But with each roll of the dice, I am inwardly holding my breath, secretly longing for her victory.
Hundreds of thousands of people around the world stop what they’re doing—working, driving, talking—to come together.
The story of Sammy Reshevsky
The Rebbe's relationship with an international chess champion; the Rebbe's spiritual take on the "Game of Kings"; and the chassidic "kings" who enjoyed the game.
Yom Kippur
We have messed up, time and time again. We are too far. There is no hope . . . checkmate . . .
Life is controlled by time. If utilized properly, time lingers; otherwise, time evaporates into thin air. So what's to be done when one cannot utilize time for Torah study?
A mystical interpretation of the word-lovers' game
I'm convinced that the game of Scrabble was invented by an undercover mystic...
1940s
Rabbi Leibel Posner was a student at 770 during the 1940s, and would attend the Rebbe’s monthly Shabbos-Mevorchim Farbrengen. An illuminating lesson in the game of life.
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