By Yehuda Shurpin
Rabbi Shurpin analyzes a simple-seeming question in the light of history, Jewish law, and kabbalah.
By Aron Moss
That's like a room of two thousand people, with one puny guy sitting in the corner whom everyone wants to talk to (or pick on)!
By Rochmy Ollech
Although in my mind I know that I have a lot to be grateful for, for some reason my heart doesn’t feel it. I feel that there’s something lacking, and I can’t put my finger on it. I find myself looking at others’ lives, and honestly, I’m jealous.
By Chaya Spirer Leeder
We were enjoying a lovely life in Maryland. So what did we do? We uprooted our family and moved to Israel!
By Chaya Strasberg
Through the spiritual and emotional process of Iyar, we too can manifest this power to bring true, unlimited, revealed G-dly healing into this world.
By Chaya Shuchat
Though we’re viscerally aware of the negative effects of gossip, how many of us can say that we’ve never indulged in it ourselves?
Adapted by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; From the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
But before we can solve the problem, we must notice two further difficulties in its opening passage of the Parshah . . .
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 Yanki Tauber
Time and again they revived him, but as soon as he remembered what had occurred, he would collapse once more.
By Leonard Burd
Although it’s very hard to make sense of life after this terrible tragedy, we have heard from many people about the profound impact Gershon had upon their lives.
By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of the British Empire, shares his experiences and vision pertaining to this important issue. (This talk is from the gala dinner of Chabad of Greenwich, Connecticut).
By Pinchas Taylor
What is the history of the Star of David? How did it become associated with Judaism?
Join Rabbi Mordechai Weiss as he tours the tomb of Samuel the Prophet, and discover its history and significance.
By Moishe New
A Talmudic debate – as seen through the lens of Chassidus – on why the Torah sometimes grants temporary immunity from the effects of Tzaraas. (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 37, p. 37.)
By Miriam Szokovski
By Yoram Raanan