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The Impeachment of President Trump and the Demotion of Rabbon Gamliel: A Study in Contrasts – Yated.com

| February 5, 2020

Obviously, there is no comparison. One is a mere human being who happens to occupy the highest office in the land. The other is a kedosh elyon, a pillar of Torah Shebaal Peh and our eternal teacher in the holiest of dimensions, the chain of Torah from Moshe Rabbeinu

The Rebbe: He Wanted to Change Human Nature – Lubavitch.com

| February 4, 2020

Wednesday, the Jewish calendar date of 10 Shvat, marks 70 years of the unfolding of the Lubavitcher Rebbes vision. On that date (January 28) in 1950, Rabbi Joseph I.

Headband Nation – Tablet Magazine

| February 4, 2020

Wearing a headband can signal many things, including marriage, modesty, athletics, or fashion. But recently, among a small but growing group of traditional but egalitarian Jewish women, headbands have become a unique way of expressing both their gender and their Judaism. As more and more women take on the practice, a community has sprung up among what one wearer, Deborah Sacks Mintz, calls the #HeadbandNation.

Saying goodbye to ‘The Good Place’ from my place (Judaism) – The Jewish News of Northern California

| February 4, 2020

The Good Place, which ended a four-season run on NBC on Jan. 30, was a magically weird cocktail of sharp, funny writing (including outstanding food puns), messy and indelibly endearing characters, and a crash course in philosophy and ethics. And while the show avoided most direct connections to organized religion, the series did provide enough Jewish food for thought to fill 26.1 Jeremy Bearimys (the shows measurement of how time in the afterlife flows relative to time on Earth).

Actually, You Really Are the Center of the World – Why We’re All Different and Why We All Count – Chabad.org

| February 4, 2020

Your mother told you so many times. Your highschool principal didnt seem so convinced. Certainly not your employer

Why Is 70 Special? – And ten instances in Jewish tradition where 70 is significant – Chabad.org

| February 4, 2020

In honor of of 10 Shevat 5780, which marks 70 years since the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, assumed leadership, we present this article on the significance of the number 70. Theres something special about the number 70.

Introduction and Summary – On the Essence of Chasidus – Chabad.org

| February 4, 2020

Preface On the Essence of Chasidus, a discourse by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of blessed memory, is a definitive, systematic exploration of the nature and idea of Chasidic philosophy. The discourse, originally delivered by the Rebbe on the 19th of Kislev 5726 (1965) and subsequently printed as Inyana Shel Toras HaChasidus in 5730 (1970), delves deeply into the essential nature of Chasidic thought, describing the unique role Chasidus plays within Torah and its fundamental connection with the soul

5 myths and realities about women’s heart health – Journalist’s Resource

| February 4, 2020

In January, Journalists Resource attended a four-day fellowship on cardiovascular health, Covering the Heart Beat, organized by the National Press Foundation.

Why the Sea Needed to Split – Torah Insights – Parshah – Chabad.org

| February 4, 2020

Looking at the ocean, all we see is water. The ocean is full of life

Orthodox Jewish Women Take A New Lead In Talmud Study In Israel – NPR

| February 3, 2020

Orthodox Jewish women are increasingly joining a custom called Daf Yomi, Hebrew for "daily page," which involves reading a page a day of the Talmud, a centuries-old, multivolume collection of rabbinic teachings, debates and interpretations of Judaism. Here women read the last pages of the cycle at their first women's mass Talmud celebration in Jerusalem in January. Tanya Habjouqa/NOOR for NPR hide caption Orthodox Jewish women are increasingly joining a custom called Daf Yomi, Hebrew for "daily page," which involves reading a page a day of the Talmud, a centuries-old, multivolume collection of rabbinic teachings, debates and interpretations of Judaism.


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