Tu B'Av: the greater the descent, the greater the ascent
There are few more blazing passages in the whole of religious literature than the first chapter of the book of Isaiah, the great “vision,” chazon, that gives its name to the Shabbat before Tisha B’Av, the saddest day of the Jewish year.
The Book of Eichah is read on Tisha B'Av. Join Chabad.org’s presenters for classes that examine the text, context, message, and meaning of the Book of Eichah
We often hear about listening to the voice of your soul. Allowing your spiritual aspirations to express themselves. Some call it: Freeing your spirit. But did you know that your body too contains many messages for you?
Remember, your body and soul have been traveling together through your life. And just as your soul has memories so does your body.
Reuven Bauman’s heroic rescue on a Virginia beach echoes his grandfather’s lifesaving deed 50 years earlier.
Muslim Paramedic Tells Guests at Jewish Wedding How He Saved Bride’s Life After Car Crash – Menachem Av 5779
A Muslim paramedic who is part of a response unit for United Hatzalah shared a story at a Jewish wedding about how he saved the bride’s life in 2009.
Sarah Chana Ratcliffe gives pointers on how we as parents ensure that our children do not grow up into rage-aholics whose lives will be soured by unhappy relationships and constant tension.
A modern day story of Sarah and Avraham
In this month both the first and Holy Temples were destroyed, but we also celebrate 15 Av, a marriage holiday
What is hiding under the serious face of the Month of Av and the Ninth of Av and how does it turn into a month of comfort? A journey in the wake of the ninth letter of the alef-bet and the treasure that is hidden in it