By Aron Moss
People stand facing each other, and then run toward each other and meet in the middle, only to do it all over again. Is there any meaning to this dance?
By Yehuda Shurpin
The story of the havdalah candle goes back to the very first Shabbat in history
By Sarah Chana Radcliffe
What can I do to help my daughter become more confident?
By Tzvi Freeman
There are many myths about Chabad. Like the one that Chabad invented Jewish outreach. Don't believe a word of it.
By Yehuda L. Ceitlin
Our synagogue was recently ransacked. It got me thinking
By Chaya Shuchat
No form of energy is of any use unless there is a way to channel and harness it. Otherwise, the energy simply dissipates.
Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Rabbi Akiva taught that "Love your fellow as yourself" is a "cardinal principle in Torah." How was it that that Rabbi Akiva's disciples, of all people, were deficient in this area?
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
By Michal Kay
You mean you don’t touch boys at all?!
By Esther Vilenkin
Each letter of her name stood for one of the three special mitzvahs gifted and entrusted to women.
By Shifra Sharfstein
The more you know someone the more you see his or her flaws. So why is loving our fellow so integral?
By Pinchas Taylor
Did you ever think about the fact that your physical body, emotions, and intellect are constantly changing throughout your life. Where is the real you? Where is that place of permanence?
Join Rabbi Mordechai Weiss as he tours the tomb of Simeon the Righteous, and discover its history and significance.
By Yanki Tauber
Reb Shmuel continued to prance around, holding the tantalizing delicacy just out of reach. Why?
By Miriam Szokovski
Quick, easy, healthy & gluten free