Looking at the brain, could you imagine the complexity of what it can do? Look at the universe and realize that the complexity is infinite. Rabbi Tzvi Freeman and Dr. Michael Kigel learn together about the bridges that G-d provides to connect his infinity with our finite selves. This video has a uniquely engaging presentation style.
Daily Archives: November 2, 2017
The Chabad Rabbi on the Caribbean island of St. Martin fears American Jews might stay away from the hurricane-stricken island this winter when it needs their support the most.
Two of New York City’s most popular neighborhood news websites have ceased operations just one week after reporters and editors voted to join a union.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner, University of Illinois President Timothy Killeen and other university administrators were joined by Rabbi Avraham Kagan of Lubavitch Chabad of Illinois on a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem Tuesday night.
Dozens gathered in Jerusalem to accompany Rabbi Yeshuah Hadad, OBM, one of the Rebbe’s earliest Shluchim to Milano, Italy, and a renowned master of Chassidus and Kabbalah, to his final resting place on Har Hazeisim.
Water shot stories into the high, at one point up to 50 feet, so forceful it uprooted a tree, after a huge main break occured on Albany Avenue in the northern section of Crown Heights, forcing dozens of people from their homes before dawn.
The Hon. Zed Seselja, Federal Senator for the ACT and Assistant Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs, toured the Chabad-run Jewish community centres in Canberra, Australia’s capital territory.
What do you do when someone you love disappears without a trace? Friends and family of Jesse Galganov, a Montreal native who was last heard from in Peru on Sept. 28, have been living that nightmare for more than a month now.
Dr. Naftali (Tali) Loewenthal presently directs the Chabad Research Unit, while lecturing at the University College on the subject of Jewish spirituality. He resides in London and was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in December of 2010.
With thousands of people still displaced two months after Hurricane Harvey flooded swaths of eastern Texas, leaving heavily damaged homes and property, Chabad of Houston is directing funds raised towards immediate uses.