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By Mendy Kaminker
By Yehuda Shurpin
I’ve heard people say that matzah used to be soft. Is this true? And if it is, can I use pita for my matzah?
By Nechemia Schusterman
Lessons from a wayward piece of cereal
By Lazer Gurkow
Drawing a very contemporary lesson from the ancient rituals that surrounded the Paschal lamb of old.
By Chaim Mendelsohn
I wished I could have the chance to kiss the Torah. It was impossible. I was just too far. I clumsily stretched out my arm. Suddenly, the Rebbe stopped.
by Chava’le Mishulovin
I just can't seem to propel myself forward without the music fueling me.
By Chabad.org Staff
When a maamar is spoken, something new and vital has entered the world. How are we to approach the maamar? How much of it are we capable of understanding? How is it meant to change us, and our world?
Arrogance is the root of all undesirable traits. How, then, can we allow people to gather here in order to honor an individual?
By Yehudis Fishman
I heard angry shouts, banging and desperate cries.
By Miriam Szokovski
By Kenden Alfond
By Estee Lavitt
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For the school science fair, Joey invents a most awesome robot that helps him get ready for Passover!