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The Jewish Woman
Join us for an amazing new course - Judaism Decoded
How do we know our interpretation of the Torah is true? If it is true, why is it subject to ...
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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Shavuot 5775/2015
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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, ...
Torah E-Thought Archive
Read Torah E-Thoughts from previous weeks in this easy to navigate archive.
Your Questions
Is There Meaning Hidden in the Jewish Wedding Dance?
People stand facing each other, and then run toward each other and meet in the middle, ...
Why Do We Make a Blessing on Fire on Saturday Night?My Child is Too Insecure!
The Myth of Chabad Outreach
There are many myths about Chabad. Like the one that Chabad invented Jewish outreach. ...
7 Things a Thief Can Teach You About Faith
Renewable Energy in the Torah
No form of energy is of any use unless there is a way to channel and harness it. ...
24,000 Plus OneAcharei-Kedoshim In Depth
A Frank Conversation About Boys and Girls Touching
You mean you don’t touch boys at all?!
Rebbetzin Chana and the Three Mitzvahs of Her Name
The Mitzvah to Love
The more you know someone the more you see his or her flaws. So why is loving our ...
Who Is the Real Me? Tour the Tomb of Simeon the Righteous
The Meat Was Too Good to be True
Reb Shmuel continued to prance around, holding the tantalizing delicacy just out of ...
Before coming down into this world, a soul is given an oath: "Be a righteous person, and do not be a wicked person!"
— Talmud, Nidah 30b