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Repentance. Yom Kippur

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The eighth day of Hannukah

Eight is a central number is Jewish life.It represents the uniquely Jewish concept that man has the ability to transcend his nature.

The eighth day of Hannukah

Weekly Tanya video\lecture: The Epistle on Repentance

The Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to answer the great personal and existential questions of life.

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For we are Your people

Preparing for Yom Kippur.

For we are Your people

Weekly Tanya video\lecture: The Epistle on Repentance

The Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to answer the great personal and existential questions of life.

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Weekly Tanya video\lecture: The Epistle on Repentance

Rosh Chodesh Elul is the beginning of the month of mercy and forgiveness leading up to the High Holydays.

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For 3 Tammuz: Tanya video\lecture: The Epistle on Repentance

For the Rebbe's yahrzeit: The Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to answer the great personal and existential questions of life.

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Weekly Tanya video\lecture: The Epistle on Repentance

Teshuva is the greatest gift G-d gave to man - and once you learn about it in the Tanya, you will not be the same as you were before.

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To be Reborn - Shabbat Teshuvah and Yom Kippur

We must feel such a great rupture with the past when we repent, that it is as if we have no previous reality.

To be Reborn - Shabbat Teshuvah and Yom Kippur

A letter to Hashem

My yearly report to You on the state of Your people as perceived from this world, not from Your world of absolute truth.

A letter to Hashem

The beginning of time

When man became mortal and was faced with the prospect of death, the passage of time became an issue of great importance.

The beginning of time

Synagogues, Holy Places Full on Rosh Hashannah

Hundreds of thousands of Jews worshiped at synagogues all throughout the country in honor of Rosh Hashannah

Synagogues, Holy Places Full on Rosh Hashannah