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Parshah
A Kabbalist’s Guide to Hieroglyphics
This thing about the Jews “wandering” through the desert is a misconception. They were ...
 
JourneysLeadership at a Time of Crisis
War In Israel
How Does My Mitzvah Help a Soldier in Gaza?
In a single being, locality is secondary. What happens in one part of a living being ...
 
Humor Me Until It’s Over1967 Flashback
Multimedia
Worth the Risk
Rabbi Mordechai Dubinsky readily agreed to host a young couple from Israel who came to ...
 
Tightrope WalkingThe Chassidic Dimension—Massei
Essay
The Value of Doing Business
A human being is a creature that looks at what is and sees the value of what could be. ...
 
Castle or Prison?
Women
“By Accident” Doesn’t Exist in Judaism
Many people on both sides of the ocean come together to bury a Jew whom no one knew.
 
When to Wear a Mask
Jewish News
Fallen Soldier Mourned in Texas Home Town
The Jewish community of South Padre Island, Texas, is mourning the loss of native-born ...
 
A Determined Resolve as Israel Buries Its Fallen Soldiers Amid New Casualties Shared Lots Make Good Neighbors: Synagogue and Mosque Pave the Way
Leave Nothing Behind

If it is not evil, we must use it for good.
If it can be raised higher, we cannot leave it below.

Everything He made, He made with purpose.

Torat Menachem 5713, Matot-Massei 4–5, and countless other instances.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.