Jewish Home and Family Life

Two Messiahs in Every Home

Feb 05, 2020Comments off

Print this article in PDF format   Mother and Father: the Two Messiahs in Every Home In the Torah’s inner dimension, marriage symbolizes the unification

The Rebbe’s Crown in the Merit of His Mot...

Nov 06, 2019Comments off

The Lubavitcher Rebbe was very careful about honoring his mother, Rebbetzin Chanah Schneersohn. Whenever he would finish his daily visit with her, he would take

Chassidic Marriage Tips

Oct 24, 2019Comments off

Did You Find a Wife or Did You Find Yourself? In the Land of Israel they used to ask the groom under the wedding canopy,

Q&A: What does the Torah Say About Ado...

Sep 12, 2019Comments off

Q: What does the Torah say about adoption of children? A: According to the simple meaning, there is no mitzvah greater than raising an orphan

Jewish Feminism: a Chassidic Vision

Dec 18, 2014Comments off

Rebbe Schneur Zalman of Liadi set a milestone for the development of authentic Jewish feminism by predicting the rise of female consciousness and the transformation

Rachel: Understanding Infertility Part 1

Nov 09, 2014Comments off

Click here for Part 2 Click here for Part 3 Click here for Part 4 Although the Torah teaches us that there are four Matriarchs,


Aug 15, 2014Comments off

There were no days for Jews as good as Tu B’Av (The Fifteenth of Av) and Yom Kippur, on which the girls of Jerusalem would

Men, Women and Vows

Jul 24, 2014Comments off

How many mitzvot and prohibitions can someone have? In addition to all the 613 regular mitzvot and all their details, anyone can commit themselves to

The Unique Spirituality of Women and Childr...

Mar 27, 2014No Comments

The women are commanded to observe hakhel in order to hear the reading of the Torah. The shmiah, or listening, of the women is in some way higher than

The Inner Meaning of Challah

Mar 09, 2014No Comments

The Mysteries of Jewish Femininity Series listen to the audio lecture Given by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh at Rachel’s Tomb Eve of Rosh Chodesh Adar I (29th of Shvat, 5765