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As we celebrate the Jewish holiday season, one of the important challenges facing us today is to make the holidays come alive by recognizing their relevance
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“Mitchum” is sort of a ridiculous run-on abbreviation of the expression “im yirtzeh Hashem,” if G-d so wills.
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Four Hasidic stories. Rosh Hashanah stories from Hasidic masters including the Baal Shem Tov and Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev.
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A lesson in materialism from the Baal Shem Tov
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Insight into judgement: The only power on earth or heaven that can judge man is man himself.
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The Alter Rebbe, also known as Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, is the founder of Chabad Chassidus and is considered to be one of the great Jewish mystics.
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If a single motion from a righteous hand can change a life, how much more so his memory can change the world.
The dimensions of the rainy and sunny seasons of the Jewish calendar are explored in correlation to the birth of Chabad Chassidism, which is linked to Kislev, the third month of the “Season of Rains.”
Paradise and purgatory are just two different reactions to the same place, full of G-d’s glory.
Simon Jacobson introduces Dr. Elie Wisel at the 2nd Annual Gershon Jacobson Memorial Lecture, a moving Holocaust tribute…