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What is the difference between the teachings of Chabad and other Chassidic streams?

Rabbi Eliezer Gurkow: Welcome to the Rabbi's one on one chat room, how can I help you today? Yehudah: whats the diffrence between the teachings...

What is “tzimtzum”?

According to the teachings of Kabbalah, before the creation of the universe, G-d’s infinite glory was omnipresent. This was somewhat problematic...

Attaining Immortality

What is the Jewish perspective on death? What is the proper way to commemorate a person’s passing? Today it is fashionable to pay homage to the...

Passover: A Matter of Taste?

“In every generation a person is obligated to regard himself as if he had come out of Egypt” - The Haggadah. Though the seder traditionally...

Moses – The Executive

The Achilles Heel Friends of mine, who are blessed with a wonderful marriage, have recently confessed that money is the Achilles heel of their...

Nazirites and Nunneries

The mightiest man in the Bible was, of course, Samson. He took on the most savage of beasts and leveled a stadium with his bare hands. In the end, Samson...

What is "Tikun Olam"?

The concept of Tikun Olam actually derives from the daily Liturgy. In the second half of the Aleinu prayer we say "... to perfect the world...

Can People Change?

Most people never really change. Sad, but true. Some people never even try. But those of us who do try often experience great frustration and...

A discussion about Jewish meditation and its relation to prayer

Rabbi Eliezer Gurkow: Welcome to the Rabbi's one on one chat room, how can I help you today?Steve: Does Jewish tradition emphasize transendence and/or...

Why is the name "Elohim" plural?

Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Welcome. I'll be with you in a moment...what's on your mind?Anina: why is elohim plural?Rabbi Shlomo Chein: Because it refers...