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The teachings of Chabad Chassidism open the gates to the chambers of wisdom and understanding, enabling one to know and to recognize--with intellectual comprehension--"He who spoke and the world came into being." This awakens the feelings of the heart so that it is aroused with the emotion engendered by that particular intellectual comprehension. And Chassidism shows the way that each individual -- commensurate with his innate abilities -- can "approach the Sacred," to serve G-d with his mind and heart.
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Upcoming Holiday:

Yom Kippur

September 27 - 28, 2020

Weekly Magazine
Here’s your chance to rethink some things that “everyone knows” about the holy day.
Many of us—some for the first time in our adult lives—will be celebrating Yom Kippur alone. Here are our pro tips to making your at-home Yom Kippur meaningful, pleasant, and memorable.
Contrary to what one may expect, Kol Nidre is neither flowery nor inspiring (at first blush).
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