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Holiday Ends: 7:33 pm
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Want Your Marriage to Last? Get Married in a Desert!

As Shabbat ends this week, we will usher in the holiday of Shavuot, commemorating the day on which G-d gave us the Torah on Mount Sinai 3327 years ago.

After a miraculous exodus from Egypt, G-d asked us for our ‘hand in marriage’ at the foot of Mount Sinai. It was ...

 
 
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770, my home

770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, New York, known to thousands simply as "770", is home to Chabad-Lubavitch World Headquarters. The building houses dozens of offices, a study-hall, and of course a large synagogue. It is the place where Rebbe gave his talks and ...

 
 
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Make every moment count!

As Shabbat keeps coming in earlier and earlier it seems like theres not enought time to get everything done. But it also helped me relize the importace of every moment and the need to use out each and every one to its fullest. Which reminds me of a story that the Midrash relates:

Seeing that his ...

 
 
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The Boy Bravely Walks Off Field



The following is an email that Rabbi Mendy Lipskier, Director of Chabad Lubavitch of Fountain Hills in Arizona, sent to his community:

I'd like to share a real life experience that occurred in our family recently. The "Kid and the Yid" is our son, Yossi, 9 years old, an ...

 
 
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First Blog Post

So I was inspired by one of my congregants to start a blog (thanks Rachel! see her blog HERE). Here I was busy preparing all the things we'll need for Passover a mere 3 weeks away when I started feeling overwhelmed by the tremendous responsibility we have to ensure that every Jew ...

 
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