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Video: Do You Own Your Judaism?

After being freed from prison on yud beis Tammuz, The Frierdikker Rebbe told of a meditation he said he had used to manage to get through his ordeal in prison. But why would the Freirdikke Rebbe need help to make it though? Surely he was aware that everything Hashem does is ultimately for his best interest? Rabbi Yisroel Glick explains.

Video: Life Is Like a Good Beer

Life is like a good beer…well…sort of. Jewish philosophy says that nothing bad comes from on High. Everything is ultimately good, although not everything is always perceived by us to be good. Some events, in fact, appear to us to be quite bitter. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that during those tougher moments, its important to remember that life, like a good beer, can be bitter and still be good.

Video: Perspectives in Friendship

At their recent volunteer end-of-year event, Friendship Circle volunteers and their mothers got to hear about the many wonderful programs and events hosted by the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn. The highlight of the evening was hearing what the Friendship Circle means to others, and what their perspective of friendship circle is.

JEM Shares Elusive Video

As thousands of viewers watched this past week’s Living Torah, they were dismayed to find that one of the videos suffered a technical glitch during the video production causing playback issues. In response, JEM’s offices were inundated by calls and emails over the last couple days from viewers asking for the clip.

8:00pm: Is Independence Healthy?

This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 169, will air tonight, Sunday, here on, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Chassidus Applied to Yud Beis Tammuz; Is Independence Healthy? Lessons from July 4th; “Atzmus in a Guf” – What Does that Mean? Are Introverted People at a Disadvantage? Should I Twiddle My Thumbs Until I Get Married? Tzedaka: How and Where to Give?

Video: Tribute to the Rebbe in UN Assembly Hall

Rabbi Yehuda Kaploun, President of Water-Gen USA and a Lubavitcher chassid, chose to sign off his public address at the United Nations Headquarters by mentioning that the day coincided with the third of Tammuz, and reiterating the berachah delivered by the Rebbe at the end of every Farbrengen: “May we merit the building of the Beis Hamikdash in Yerushalayim Ir Hakodesh, with the coming of Mashiach Tzidkeinu.”

Video: When Life Seems at a Standstill

At one point or another many people feel as if life were like a giant hamster wheel. We may have a period where we feel that things are just an endless routine and that we aren’t really progressing anywhere. We feel stuck. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that sometimes those are the very moments which are shaping us for greatness.

Video: Power of the Flame

Chabad of Moorpark, CA, co-director Devorah Leah Heidingsfeld created this video to explain the meaning behind lighting Shabbos candles, in honor of her daughter’s third birthday. She is sharing it with the public so that it can inspire others to begin lighting Shabbos candles, and teach more about it to those who already do light.