by Rabbi Israel Rubin
This article includes all the laws, customs & traditions of Shavuot.
Dmitry Star of David Salita is undefeated (20-0) in his professional boxing career. He tells about his relationship with G-d and how he keeps Mitzvot.
by Larry Domnitch
On the morning of Shavuoth, June 15 1967, after the liberation of Jerusalem following the Six Day War, the Old City was officially opened to the public.
By Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski
There is a much more efficient way of managing unacceptable ideas and feelings.
By Simon Jacobson
What is it about the love between man and woman that inspires endless fascination bordering on obsession?
by Steve Hyatt
An exquisite book has impacted many souls since a family member first acquired it so many years ago.
By Bella Schapiro
G-d made the most unsubtle revelation so that afterwards His presence should become so subtle that it could fit in my mind, my heart.
by Rabbi Y. Jacobson
On Shavouth, as on Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Passover, Jews assemble for Yizkor services to shed a tear and say a prayer for departed family and friends.
by Yanki Tauber
Adapted from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, this article discusses the deeper state of Torah.
By Marion Fish
Chabad's Children of Chernobyl rescues children from Russia and brings them to Israel to recuperate from radiation left from a nuclear accident in 1986.
By Rabbi Dr. Breitowitz
The Torah constantly juxtaposes the ritual commands and the interpersonal ethical obligations.
By Dov Greenberg
Thinking about how ones obituary will read can make us rethink our direction in life.
by Miriam Karp
If you see a lovely young mother of Asian appearance pushing a stroller up the rocky Jerusalem road, it may well be Rachel, the ex-Rockette, using her strength to connect her family with the eternal Rock of Israel.
by Judith Segal
What Shavuoth recipe could be more appealing than old-fashioned strawberry shortcake?
by Tzvi Freeman
Which takes precedence, the Torah or the Jewish people?
By Dr. Wendy Mogel
Judaism recognizes that food can be a vehicle for holiness and family unity.
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