Find out all about the month of Sivan
Meet Ruth, King David, the Baal Shem Tov, and other personalities associated with the holiday of Shavuot.
Order of prayers for Shavuot under lockdown; saying Yizkor at home; a practical guide to reading the 10 Commandments at home and more...
In Iyar we embark upon the first leg of our journey, that links Passover to Shavuot, and so brings us from birth to betrothal....
Iyar is the second month on the Jewish calendar counting from Nissan. Although Iyar does not contain many “special days,” every single day of the month is included in the Sefirat HaOmer counting—the mitzvah to count each of the 49 days between Passover and Shavuot. Sefirat HaOmer is a period of introspection and self-refinement, as we prepare ourselves to receive the Torah anew on Shavuot. Each day of Iyar represents another step in this spiritual journey toward Sinai.
On the day of Rebbe Shimon Bar Yochai's passing, Lag B'Omer, he revealed great secrets
A glimpse into the Rebbe's times and teachings. Discover a life of empathy, leadership and a touch of the miraculous.
Read fascinating biographies, stories and encounters
Learn about the relevance and significance of Passover. The unleavened bread, slavery and freedom, the Plagues, the splitting of the sea, and more...
Coronavirus meets Passover, How to Talk to Kids about Coronavirus, Jewish Responses to Epidemics throughout History, and much more
The Torah says regarding the passing of Moshe Rabbeinu that G-d “buried him in the valley”. Yet the Talmud teaches that the life of Moshe did not end. In the words of our sages “Moshe did not die”. How can this be reconciled?In this talk, the Lubavitcher Rebbe analyzes the concept of eternity in several areas, including the everlasting life of Moshe, and the timelessness of the Torah.