Who is the new rising star in football, and which biblical characters does he resemble?
What did the Rebbe say to a Conservative rabbi who wanted to know what makes Chabad unique?
Jacob’s Final Wish In this week’s Torah portion, Jacob passes away. Shortly before his death, he tells Joseph his final wish: “Please do not bury me in Egypt.” Joseph immediately acquiesces: “I will do as you say.” Nonetheless, Jacob isn’t satisfied. “Swear to me,” he tells Joseph — and Joseph takes an oath. And then, the Torah tells us, “Israel bowed at the head of the bed.” This dialogue...
Adolf Burger’s job in the Third Reich, and Yosef’s many cries in the Parsha.
We are often faced with the task of dealing with a difficult child. When Rabbi Feigelstock was faced with a similar situation, he was taught a new approach. A touching lesson from this week’s parsha.
Animals don’t have grandchildren; that is something that is appreciated only within the human race. What does Torah say about the obligations of grandparents (and great-grandparents)?
When two Chabad teenagers were spreading the message of Chanukah, they didn’t expected to have a reunion with a long-lost friend.