Monday, / January 17, 2022
Articles Filed Under “Holiday & Shabbos”
Tu B’Shevat: Where’s the Fruit?
This plant-based holiday takes place in the middle of winter. Considering that the fruits of the trees haven’t yet begun to grow, why celebrate the…
Michal Oshman: Golden Time
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
Make It Holy: The Uses And Abuses Of Shabbos
Since the advent of the 40-hour week, we haven’t had to work on Shabbos. What, then, is the Day of Rest for?
Rifka Chilungu: It’s Mine Now
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
My Day Of Arrival: Peter Himmelman
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
Shabbos In Tokyo: Liane Grunberg Wakabayashi
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
My Grandmother’s Candlesticks: Diane Abrams
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
A Place At The Table
Four students share why they choose to claim their place at the table
Coming To Shabbos: Batsheva Eadan Hay
These are the personal Shabbos stories of an eclectic group of influential personalities
It’s A Lemon. It’s An Orange. It’s An Esrog!
It may bear resemblance to its cousins, but the esrog is no simple citrus.
An Out-of-the-Box Way to Celebrate in the Sukkah
Those peculiar huts are popping up again on driveways and porches in Jewish neighborhoods around the world. The Feast of the Tabernacles, or Sukkot, is…
Memories of Sukkot 1991
Sukkot 1991 was different. The crowds were enormous. But this time, the Rebbe remained standing in the sukkah for the next six and a half…
Home Alone on the Holidays
For many of us, the High Holidays will look quite different this year. This year, we are called upon to lead those services ourselves, to…
Remembering Sinai, Reliving the Experience
A survey by Kelton Research found that less than six in ten Americans knew the sixth commandment, “Thou shalt not kill”
Purim Notes From The Chasidic Rebbes
Mordechai “The Jew” Mordechai was a Benjaminite, but he is called “Yehudi,” literally meaning a descendant of the tribe of Yehudah. Likewise, the Megillah refers…
From Fruits to Roots
Two generations came together to celebrate Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for trees, at the Friendship Circle of Free Hebrew for Juniors in Montreal, Canada,…
Ancient Scroll Sparks New Journey For Iranian Teen
It was about thirty years ago when an old Sephardic Jew named David Abtan walked into my office and said ‘Rabbi, I need a favor…
Sukkah On Wheels – Around The World! {Updated}
Send in your pictures to our inbox (info@lubavitch.com) to feature your city’s Sukkah on wheels!
Lag B’Omer Innovation Under Lockdown
On Monday evening at 18:00 sharp, 45,000 individuals tuned into the livestream at 18for18.com.au. Narrated and presented by children and individuals from Jewish communities across Australia…
A Shabbat Dinner for Wine Country Survivors
With California’s wine country reeling from this week’s horrific wildfires—the most destructive of their type in California’s history—Chabad of Sonoma County is rallying the forces…
Moving Out
To get her sukkah to Inwood Park in Manhattan on Sunday, artist Shaina Denburg detached its walls. But even in pieces, it didn’t fit in…
A First for Sukkot in Shanghai
Rabbi Shalom Greenberg has celebrated Sukkot in Shanghai every year since 1998, but this year’s the first that he’s been able to legally import the…
Dinner Raises Money for Free Meals in South Florida
How to raise money for dinner? Why, host a dinner, of course.
Repost: Chabad Marks Birthdate of Movement’s Founder
On 18 Elul, Jewish communities the world over will mark the anniversary of the birthdate Rabbi Schneur Zalman on Liadi, founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.
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