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Shabbat Shalom! What are you #grateful for this week?
12/31/2021

Shabbat Shalom!
What are you #grateful for this week?

Shabbat Shalom!
What are you #grateful for this week?

Dave Litman likes to keep a low profile. An innovative giant of the 1990s tech boom, and a pioneer with business partner...
12/30/2021
Measuring Growth

Dave Litman likes to keep a low profile. An innovative giant of the 1990s tech boom, and a pioneer with business partner Bob Diener in the online travel and hotel industry, Dave started a discount airline business in 1984 that became a multi-million dollar wholesale airfare consolidation operation. In 1991, he and Bob founded what became hotels.com, eventually selling their interest in the company in 2004.

Now CEO of Travel Funders Network, the Texas resident devotes a portion of his time working with Chabad representatives in the strategic development of data-driven decision-making. In cooperation with Chabad on Campus International, he launched an initiative that will allow it to accurately measure the ROI (Return on Investment) of its programs.

Now CEO of Travel Funders Network, the Texas resident devotes a portion of his time working with Chabad representatives in the strategic development of data-driven decision-making

Moshe is embarking on a seemingly impossible mission to rescue the Jewish people from Egyptian oppression. Surely as he ...
12/30/2021
A Traditional Revolution

Moshe is embarking on a seemingly impossible mission to rescue the Jewish people from Egyptian oppression. Surely as he cries out to G-d, dispirited, he could use some encouragement or guidance. Why at this moment does G-d instead seem to drive home the superiority of Moshe's forefathers?

Why does G-d seem to drive home the superiority of Moshe's forefathers?

The latest issue of Lubavitch International magazine has arrived!Get the magazine delivered to your door + gain access t...
12/29/2021

The latest issue of Lubavitch International magazine has arrived!

Get the magazine delivered to your door + gain access to the Lubavitch International archive collection by subscribing today!
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The latest issue of Lubavitch International magazine has arrived!

Get the magazine delivered to your door + gain access to the Lubavitch International archive collection by subscribing today!
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Some things are best forgotten, and 2021 certainly had its disproportionate share of events that left us often feeling u...
12/28/2021
Our Most-Read Articles Of 2021

Some things are best forgotten, and 2021 certainly had its disproportionate share of events that left us often feeling unmoored. But looking back offers perspective, and what shows up in hindsight may provide solace where there was only grief.

We found that to be true as we looked at lubavitch.com’s most-read articles of the past twelve months. Most are stories of struggle, disappointment, and sometimes loss. And yet, each article inspires with the light and hope teased out from the darkness.

The following were the 10 most-read originally produced articles that published on Lubavitch.com

Today in Jewish History: 24 Tevet, Passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of LiadiThe end of 1812 found Rabbi Schneur Zalman of...
12/28/2021

Today in Jewish History: 24 Tevet, Passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

The end of 1812 found Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, also known as the Alter Rebbe, journeying through small towns and villages, distancing himself and his family from the Napoleonic invasion of Russia. After five months of travel, his convoy arrived in P’yene in the dead of winter. The townspeople provided food and accommodations for the refugees, but the journey had been rough and on the 24th of Tevet, 5573 (1812), at the close of Shabbat, the Alter Rebbe’s soul returned to its maker.

The Alter Rebbe is the founder of the Chabad movement, his magnum opus being the Tanya, a work of Chassidic wisdom. He is also the ancestor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. His legacy is today’s Chabad movement which is active all over the world.

The Hebrew inscription on his tomb reads as follows:

Here is concealed the Holy Ark

The great and Divine Rav, pious and humble

Holy and pure, diadem of Ariel

Crown of the Torah, wellspring of wisdom

He practiced the righteousness of G‑d and his judgements with Israel

And many did he turn away from sin

Our master and teacher Schneur Zalman, son of Baruch, may his soul rest in Eden

Longing for holiness, his soul returned to G‑d

On the first day of the week, 24th of Tevet

In the year 5573 from Creation

Continue to read at Lubavitch.com/revisiting-r-schneur-zalman-the-alter-rebbe/

Today in Jewish History: 24 Tevet, Passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

The end of 1812 found Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, also known as the Alter Rebbe, journeying through small towns and villages, distancing himself and his family from the Napoleonic invasion of Russia. After five months of travel, his convoy arrived in P’yene in the dead of winter. The townspeople provided food and accommodations for the refugees, but the journey had been rough and on the 24th of Tevet, 5573 (1812), at the close of Shabbat, the Alter Rebbe’s soul returned to its maker.

The Alter Rebbe is the founder of the Chabad movement, his magnum opus being the Tanya, a work of Chassidic wisdom. He is also the ancestor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. His legacy is today’s Chabad movement which is active all over the world.

The Hebrew inscription on his tomb reads as follows:

Here is concealed the Holy Ark

The great and Divine Rav, pious and humble

Holy and pure, diadem of Ariel

Crown of the Torah, wellspring of wisdom

He practiced the righteousness of G‑d and his judgements with Israel

And many did he turn away from sin

Our master and teacher Schneur Zalman, son of Baruch, may his soul rest in Eden

Longing for holiness, his soul returned to G‑d

On the first day of the week, 24th of Tevet

In the year 5573 from Creation

Continue to read at Lubavitch.com/revisiting-r-schneur-zalman-the-alter-rebbe/

Shabbat Shalom!Design by: @@mussi.sharfstein
12/24/2021

Shabbat Shalom!

Design by: @@mussi.sharfstein

Shabbat Shalom!

Design by: @@mussi.sharfstein

Ep. 15: How A Cambodian Princess Embraced Judaism Listen & subscribe to the latest episode of "Lamplighters"!Online: www...
12/22/2021

Ep. 15: How A Cambodian Princess Embraced Judaism

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Transcript: www.Lubavitch.com/episode15transcript

Chabad of Henderson Chabad of Fresno

Ep. 15: How A Cambodian Princess Embraced Judaism

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Chabad of Henderson Chabad of Fresno

"Should I let my Jewish children go caroling? If I add some Chanukah songs, does that make it ok?"Rabbi Yarden Blumstein...
12/20/2021
Should I Let My Kids Go Caroling?

"Should I let my Jewish children go caroling? If I add some Chanukah songs, does that make it ok?"

Rabbi Yarden Blumstein answers this common Jewish parenting conundrum as posed by a Jewish Mom.

Read more and share your thoughts.

My kids are part of a local choir, can I let them join their friends to go caroling around the neighborhood? If I add some Chanukah songs, does that make it sorta ok?

When unprecedented flooding cut thousands of British Columbians off from food supplies, Chabad of the Fraser Valley want...
12/20/2021
Flying Food To Canadian Flood Victims

When unprecedented flooding cut thousands of British Columbians off from food supplies, Chabad of the Fraser Valley wanted to help.

When unprecedented flooding cut thousands of British Columbians off from food supplies, Chabad of the Fraser Valley wanted to help

Wishing everyone a Shabbat Shalom! This week is Parshat Vayechi - when we conclude the book of Genesis!Design by: @mussi...
12/17/2021

Wishing everyone a Shabbat Shalom!

This week is Parshat Vayechi - when we conclude the book of Genesis!

Design by: @mussi.sharfstein

Wishing everyone a Shabbat Shalom!

This week is Parshat Vayechi - when we conclude the book of Genesis!

Design by: @mussi.sharfstein

Tempting danger makes for a good story, but moral responsibility makes for a better life.
12/17/2021
Life Is Not A Circus

Tempting danger makes for a good story, but moral responsibility makes for a better life.

Tempting danger makes for a good story, but moral responsibility makes for a better life

ShabbaTTogether Fosters Inclusion and Empowerment Among People with Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions in Jewish ...
12/16/2021
What’s One Thing You Wish They Knew?

ShabbaTTogether Fosters Inclusion and Empowerment Among People with Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions in Jewish Communities Across the Globe with New Program

The Ruderman Family Foundation Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative - RCII

ShabbaTTogether Fosters Inclusion and Empowerment Among People with Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions in Jewish Communities Across the Globe with New Program

Last week, Chabad Chayil in Highland Lakes, FL, broke ground on a  $12 million Educational Center. Director Rabbi Moshe ...
12/15/2021

Last week, Chabad Chayil in Highland Lakes, FL, broke ground on a $12 million Educational Center. Director Rabbi Moshe Keivman says the center will provide desperately needed space for a popular afterschool program that doubles as a Hebrew school.

Made for Jewish children attending public school, the Community Hebrew Afterschool Program or “CHAP” has offered Jewish learning and buckets of fun for over 14 years. Now, with current space overflowing, the need for a state-of-the art center has never been greater.

At 38,000 square feet the design includes 16 classrooms, an indoor playground, a children's library and a synagogue.

Chabad Chayil Chabad Chayil @chabad_chayil

Last week, Chabad Chayil in Highland Lakes, FL, broke ground on a $12 million Educational Center. Director Rabbi Moshe Keivman says the center will provide desperately needed space for a popular afterschool program that doubles as a Hebrew school.

Made for Jewish children attending public school, the Community Hebrew Afterschool Program or “CHAP” has offered Jewish learning and buckets of fun for over 14 years. Now, with current space overflowing, the need for a state-of-the art center has never been greater.

At 38,000 square feet the design includes 16 classrooms, an indoor playground, a children's library and a synagogue.

Chabad Chayil Chabad Chayil @chabad_chayil

Chabad emissaries in Kentucky are leading an effort to supply water, clothing, and food to devastated victims of the dea...
12/14/2021

Chabad emissaries in Kentucky are leading an effort to supply water, clothing, and food to devastated victims of the deadliest tornadoes in recent American memory. On Monday, Chabad's social service arm, Project Friendship, organized a truck convoy to relieve displaced families in southeast Kentucky.

Working in conjunction with the Red Cross and with the assistance of the Israeli consulate, Chabad's Rabbi Avrohom Litvin hopes the items can make a difference for those who lost everything.

Read the full story: https://www.lubavitch.com/chabad-rushes-water-and-warm-clothing-to-tornado-victims/

@chabadofkentucky @chabadky BourbonRabbi @bourbonrabbi @bluegrassrabbi @rabbishmully

Today in Jewish History: Asarah (10) B’Tevet.On the 10th of Tevet in the Hebrew year 3336 (425 BCE), the army of Babylon...
12/14/2021

Today in Jewish History: Asarah (10) B’Tevet
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On the 10th of Tevet in the Hebrew year 3336 (425 BCE), the army of Babylonian emperor Nebuchadnezzar surrounded Jerusalem’s stone walls and laid siege on the city.
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This was the beginning of the end of the first Beit Hamikdash; on the 17th of Tammuz, 3338, the city walls were breached, and three weeks later, on 9 Av of that year, the Temple was destroyed and the Jews were sent into exile.
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The 10th of Tevet is observed as a day of fasting and mourning; the fast begins Tuesday morning and lasts until nightfall.
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We wish you an easy fast and may we see the third temple rebuilt in our times.

Today in Jewish History: Asarah (10) B’Tevet
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On the 10th of Tevet in the Hebrew year 3336 (425 BCE), the army of Babylonian emperor Nebuchadnezzar surrounded Jerusalem’s stone walls and laid siege on the city.
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This was the beginning of the end of the first Beit Hamikdash; on the 17th of Tammuz, 3338, the city walls were breached, and three weeks later, on 9 Av of that year, the Temple was destroyed and the Jews were sent into exile.
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The 10th of Tevet is observed as a day of fasting and mourning; the fast begins Tuesday morning and lasts until nightfall.
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We wish you an easy fast and may we see the third temple rebuilt in our times.

When a Jewish resident at a nursing home near Boston passed away without any relatives, the home placed a call to Rabbi ...
12/13/2021

When a Jewish resident at a nursing home near Boston passed away without any relatives, the home placed a call to Rabbi Nechemia Shusterman of Peabody, Massachusetts. 95 years old, the man had spent his entire life since the age of three in the care of agencies for special needs individuals.

When a minyan of Chabad Rabbis came to bury him they were astonished to find a headstone already in place, revealing his Hebrew name. Incredibly, his parents had arranged for his full Jewish burial nearly half a century earlier.

Full story: https://www.lubavitch.com/unknown-jewish-man-receives-full-jewish-burial/

@chabad_of_peabody Mayshe Schwartz @rebpeabody Mayshe Schwartz

When a Jewish resident at a nursing home near Boston passed away without any relatives, the home placed a call to Rabbi Nechemia Shusterman of Peabody, Massachusetts. 95 years old, the man had spent his entire life since the age of three in the care of agencies for special needs individuals.

When a minyan of Chabad Rabbis came to bury him they were astonished to find a headstone already in place, revealing his Hebrew name. Incredibly, his parents had arranged for his full Jewish burial nearly half a century earlier.

Full story: https://www.lubavitch.com/unknown-jewish-man-receives-full-jewish-burial/

@chabad_of_peabody Mayshe Schwartz @rebpeabody Mayshe Schwartz

A majestic white dome glistens at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Between the picturesque mountains and stunni...
12/12/2021
Community Building in Cabo S. Lucas

A majestic white dome glistens at the tip of the Baja California Peninsula. Between the picturesque mountains and stunning Pacific Ocean views, the brand new Cabo Jewish Center is a stunning culmination of long years of community building.

Cabo Jewish Center / Centro Judio de Cabo

The brand new Cabo Jewish Center is a stunning culmination of long years of community building.

Shabbat Shalom! Wishing you a relaxing Shabbat, wherever you may be!
12/10/2021

Shabbat Shalom!

Wishing you a relaxing Shabbat, wherever you may be!

Shabbat Shalom!

Wishing you a relaxing Shabbat, wherever you may be!

So much suffering begs the question, for what? Why do the Jewish people suffer so? In our times, the Holocaust, in parti...
12/10/2021
Grappling With Tragedy

So much suffering begs the question, for what? Why do the Jewish people suffer so? In our times, the Holocaust, in particular, makes us ask this question. Its monstrous evil seems so shocking, it screams out for answers. Yet, in truth, this burning question has accompanied us through the entire length of history.

#weeklytorahthought

By Menachem Brod  Translated by Yoni Brown

Today in Jewish History: The Victory in Chabad Library TrialOn the 5th of Tevet (Hei Teves) in 1987, the extensive libra...
12/09/2021

Today in Jewish History: The Victory in Chabad Library Trial

On the 5th of Tevet (Hei Teves) in 1987, the extensive library of the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, was declared as belonging to Agudas Chasidei Chabad Lubavitch. The U.S. Federal court issued this ruling after a lengthy, highly-publicized trial. The anniversary of this event is marked annually, by purchasing new sefarim (Jewish books) and studying them.

You can browse the Kehot Publication Society annual Hei Teves sale of up to 50% off by clicking on the link below.

www.store.kehotonline.com/

Today in Jewish History: The Victory in Chabad Library Trial

On the 5th of Tevet (Hei Teves) in 1987, the extensive library of the sixth Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, was declared as belonging to Agudas Chasidei Chabad Lubavitch. The U.S. Federal court issued this ruling after a lengthy, highly-publicized trial. The anniversary of this event is marked annually, by purchasing new sefarim (Jewish books) and studying them.

You can browse the Kehot Publication Society annual Hei Teves sale of up to 50% off by clicking on the link below.

www.store.kehotonline.com/

Ep. 14: Changing Lives Through Sign Language (part 2)Listen & subscribe to the latest episode of "Lamplighters" (New fea...
12/07/2021

Ep. 14: Changing Lives Through Sign Language (part 2)

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Ep. 14: Changing Lives Through Sign Language (part 2)

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Menorahs Around The World!1. Samara, Russia. 2. Seine River, France. 3. JFK Airport, NY. Chabad Air 4. Guadalajara, Mexi...
12/05/2021

Menorahs Around The World!

1. Samara, Russia.
2. Seine River, France.
3. JFK Airport, NY. Chabad Air
4. Guadalajara, Mexico.
5. Reyjkavik, Iceland. Jewish Center of Iceland
6. Kremenchug, Ukraine.
7. Austin, Texas. Chabad of Austin
8. Elon, North Carolina. Chabad serving Elon and Burlington
9. Nursultan, Kazakhstan.

Happy Chanukah Night 7!
12/05/2021

Happy Chanukah Night 7!

Happy Chanukah Night 7!

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Chanukah!
12/03/2021

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Chanukah!

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Chanukah!

We're always seeking ways to get ahead in life. If we rent our home, we want to buy our own place. But when it comes to ...
12/03/2021
Never Be Satisfied With Yesterday’s Leftovers

We're always seeking ways to get ahead in life. If we rent our home, we want to buy our own place.
But when it comes to our spiritual development, we often get stuck in place. Years pass us by, and we haven’t grown.

We're always seeking ways to get ahead in life. But when it comes to our spiritual development, we often get stuck in place.

Mayor-elect Eric Adams joined the Jewish community of Ghana at a menorah lighting celebration on Wednesday. Hosted by fo...
12/02/2021

Mayor-elect Eric Adams joined the Jewish community of Ghana at a menorah lighting celebration on Wednesday. Hosted by former Brooklynite and Chabad Rabbi Noach Majeski, the celebration stirred Mayer-elect Adams to comment on the Rebbe’s vision.

“Nobody personified the ideal of turning pain into purpose like the Grand Rebbe in Crown Heights,” he said to cheers from the crowd. “He told the men and women of his community to go out across the globe and open Chabad houses and spread the energy and spirit of Judaism. We are looking at the seeds that he planted,” he said.

@ericadamsfornyc Eric Adams Chabad Ghana

Video: https://www.lubavitch.com/nyc-mayor-elect-in-ghana-joins-chabad-for-menorah-lighting/

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Shabbat Shalom! What are you #grateful for this week?
Dave Litman likes to keep a low profile. An innovative giant of the 1990s tech boom, and a pioneer with business partner Bob Diener in the online travel and hotel industry, Dave started a discount airline business in 1984 that became a multi-million dollar wholesale airfare consolidation operation. In 1991, he and Bob founded what became hotels.com, eventually selling their interest in the company in 2004. Now CEO of Travel Funders Network, the Texas resident devotes a portion of his time working with Chabad representatives in the strategic development of data-driven decision-making. In cooperation with Chabad on Campus International, he launched an initiative that will allow it to accurately measure the ROI (Return on Investment) of its programs.
Moshe is embarking on a seemingly impossible mission to rescue the Jewish people from Egyptian oppression. Surely as he cries out to G-d, dispirited, he could use some encouragement or guidance. Why at this moment does G-d instead seem to drive home the superiority of Moshe's forefathers?
The latest issue of Lubavitch International magazine has arrived! Get the magazine delivered to your door + gain access to the Lubavitch International archive collection by subscribing today! www.lubavitch.com/subscription
Some things are best forgotten, and 2021 certainly had its disproportionate share of events that left us often feeling unmoored. But looking back offers perspective, and what shows up in hindsight may provide solace where there was only grief. We found that to be true as we looked at lubavitch.com’s most-read articles of the past twelve months. Most are stories of struggle, disappointment, and sometimes loss. And yet, each article inspires with the light and hope teased out from the darkness.
Today in Jewish History: 24 Tevet, Passing of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi The end of 1812 found Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, also known as the Alter Rebbe, journeying through small towns and villages, distancing himself and his family from the Napoleonic invasion of Russia. After five months of travel, his convoy arrived in P’yene in the dead of winter. The townspeople provided food and accommodations for the refugees, but the journey had been rough and on the 24th of Tevet, 5573 (1812), at the close of Shabbat, the Alter Rebbe’s soul returned to its maker. The Alter Rebbe is the founder of the Chabad movement, his magnum opus being the Tanya, a work of Chassidic wisdom. He is also the ancestor of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. His legacy is today’s Chabad movement which is active all over the world. The Hebrew inscription on his tomb reads as follows: Here is concealed the Holy Ark The great and Divine Rav, pious and humble Holy and pure, diadem of Ariel Crown of the Torah, wellspring of wisdom He practiced the righteousness of G‑d and his judgements with Israel And many did he turn away from sin Our master and teacher Schneur Zalman, son of Baruch, may his soul rest in Eden Longing for holiness, his soul returned to G‑d On the first day of the week, 24th of Tevet In the year 5573 from Creation Continue to read at Lubavitch.com/revisiting-r-schneur-zalman-the-alter-rebbe/
Shabbat Shalom! Design by: @@mussi.sharfstein
Ep. 15: How A Cambodian Princess Embraced Judaism Listen & subscribe to the latest episode of "Lamplighters"! Online: www.Lubavitch.com/podcast Apple Podcast: www.Lubavitch.com/apple Spotify: www.Lubavitch.com/spotify Google Podcasts: www.Lubavitch.com/googlepodcast Transcript: www.Lubavitch.com/episode15transcript Chabad of Henderson Chabad of Fresno
"Should I let my Jewish children go caroling? If I add some Chanukah songs, does that make it ok?" Rabbi Yarden Blumstein answers this common Jewish parenting conundrum as posed by a Jewish Mom. Read more and share your thoughts.
When unprecedented flooding cut thousands of British Columbians off from food supplies, Chabad of the Fraser Valley wanted to help.
Wishing everyone a Shabbat Shalom! This week is Parshat Vayechi - when we conclude the book of Genesis! Design by: @mussi.sharfstein
Tempting danger makes for a good story, but moral responsibility makes for a better life.