‘Soul Talk’ Online Course Reveals the Spiritual Reality Behind All Existence

Look around the world and observe a dizzying array of elements, movement, color and creativity. What’s behind it all? Is there purpose in the seemingly endless struggle for survival and the human quest to live better? Is the soul for real?

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Retail and Customer Service Associate

As counter server, you make the day for e-biz owners, teachers and 100s of others who rely on smooth shipping and print services.

TO DO:

Project calm, capable attitude while working efficiently
Advise customers on shipping/printing
Develop rapport with ongoing customers
Manage/maintain equipment
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1+ year customer interaction
Patience and an easy smile
Windows, MS Word, PDF
Skill for learning functions/procedures
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Live at 6pm: Historic Event in Hebron

Join the 770 participants of JLI Land & Spirit: Israel Experience for a farewell event at Mearat Hamachpela in an event which will feature a Parade with Kristallnacht Torah rescued from the ashes of the Holocaust, Musical Entertainment, Fireworks, a Lightshow and an address by the local Shluchim.

Op-Ed: Crown Heights: We Need to Talk

People are talking smack about you, this might come as a shock, so I wanted to just touch base. I’m only doing this because I care about you. I wasn’t going to say anything, but it’s what people out of town are thinking, I thought you should know.

Day 4 of JLI’s Land & Spirit Tour of Israel

120 shluchim and shluchos along with 770 Chabad House community members arrived in Israel on Monday to participate in JLI’s Land and Spirit Israel Experience. The group, traveling from across the US, Canada, Australia, as well as from Central and South America, is the largest group to visit Israel this year.

In Bustling Jerusalem Market, One of the Smallest and Busiest Chabad Centers in the World

It’s still early Friday morning, but Agripas Street is already wide awake. Those staying in town for Shabbat are rushing to the historic Machane Yehuda market (also known as the shuk) to buy food, challah, wine and other staples for the day of rest. And those leaving the city are rushing to the central bus station nearby to get to places all over Israel before the buses stop running an hour before sunset.