Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
The new situation is sad, so very sad. But somehow, through it all, I keep insisting to myself that we’re going to do it for G‑d. He needs us now.
By Chana Weisberg
Our Torah tells you that you must not fear. Even if an army is charging towards you, you must not fear. For there is no danger worse than fear.
But you are only human. Do you truly have control over the dread and panic pounding in your heart?
Yes. Not directly, but through the power of your mind. If you will choose…
More Jewish households worldwide will host their own Seder than ever before
By Dovid Margolin
Supermarkets are fully stocked, and efforts underway to safely deliver to the homebound
By Aharon Loschak
A rabbi finds a silver lining in praying alone, at home, apart from his beloved congregation.
By Mendy Kaminker
By Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch (The “Tzemach Tzedek”); translated by Tzvi Freeman
His classes in Talmud and Chassidic philosophy were attended by all ages
By Motti Wilhelm
Friends and students recall Hungarian-born Yosef Neumann as a font of Chassidic warmth and tradition
By Menachem Posner
The door of the decorated coach opened, and an elegantly dressed gentleman stepped out.
By Asharon Baltazar
All important things need preparation, and education is certainly no exception. We need not wait to respond to our children; by being proactive, we can be sure that they’re properly engaged. This is…
With no respite for parents, Friendship Circle steps up and innovates during pandemic
By Faygie Levy Holt
Over time, successive economic downturns diminished the couple’s wealth, and they had to resort to selling their possessions to buy food.
By Asharon Baltazar
The faults of a generation rest with its heads and leaders
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