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Bagels, Lox & Tefillin
Please join us for B.L.T. at Chabad-Lubavitch Leeds. Bagels, Lox and Tefillin runs every SUNDAY. Shacharit begins at 8.30am followed by a bagel ...
Lunch n Learn
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Torah E-Thought Archive
Read Torah E-Thoughts from previous weeks in this easy to navigate archive.
The Rebbe: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Essays, insights and letters, stories and first-person accounts, and an online biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, ...
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Your Questions
How Do I Know If I Am a Jew?
How are we to determine who is Jewish, and what are we to do with the information once ...
 
Why Is the Shofar Not Blown on Shabbat?
Parshah
The Philanthropic Pauper
"Everyone is obligated to give charity. Even people supported by charity must ...
 
The Most for the LeastWhy the Soul Loves the Body
Video
Let's Play Charades
A grandfather and a granddaughter play charades and teach us the meaning of "connection."
 
Living Our Day to Day Lives as a Jewish Woman
Women
My Rejected Credit Card: Seeing G‑d in the Supermarket
I looked into my purse and saw that I had about 12 dollars, which was over 100 dollars ...
 
Three Years After My Daughter’s Open-Heart Surgery
Story
Karl the Janitor
One winter’s night, the family lay sleeping. Suddenly, they were awakened by a knock ...
 
Lifestyle
Easy Homemade Gefilte Fish
Recipes for Shabbat from Israel
 
The body of a man is the wick, and the divine light is kindled above it. And King Solomon cried (Ecclesiastes 9:8), "Let there be no lack of oil on your head." For the light on a man's head must have oil, meaning good deeds...
— Zohar