With chaos and turmoil around the world, Shloime Daskal performed Mordechai Ben David’s hit classic – Shir Hashalom [Song of Peace].
This weekly fast moving — yet inspiring — 1-minute video on the weekly Parsha is created by Yitzchok Schmuckler, a Bochur from Montreal. This week’s video for Parshas Shemot is titled: People are People and G-d Runs Everything.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha — Shemot. This week he answers the question: How can we experience the redemption now? – based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Stars and community activists got together in Monsey, New York to recreate the “Unity for Justice” video that was produced seven years ago to raise awareness for the unusually harsh sentence imposed on Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin. At the event they were joined by Rubashkin, who sang together with the performers.
Around two years ago Levi Raskin, a Lubavitcher living in Israel, uploaded a video of himself playing the piano and singing a song he composed. French born signer, Namuel came across this video and immediately ‘connected’ to it.
JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. Here is this week’s … Continued
This lecture by Rabbi Manis Friedman delves into the receiving of the Torah and its containing more than just surface meaning. Like layers of an onion, an infinitely more so, the bed of the Torah sea is forever deepening. Take this chance to delve into each letter, word, and phrase, deciphering the hidden messages between the lines.
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 195, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Can I Get Married If I Don’t Love Myself? What Is Our Attitude to the Secular New Year? How to Respond to Someone of Another Religion About Their Faith? How to Deal with Married Children Who Are Not Frum? The Rubashkin Phenomenon Cont’d; Suggestions to R’ Jacobson.
For this week’s Living Torah video, JEM presents an amazing collage of individuals involved in the screenwriting and filmmaking business visiting the Rebbe.
Technology has changed so much about the way we connect as human beings. When was the last time you actually laughed out loud when you responded with “LOL”?
The heart of the average person desperately seeks that which is beyond the mundane. Animals do not have these cravings. When an animal fulfills its biological function or drive, it stops. Why is addiction unique to human beings? Addiction is born out of human discontent, and ultimately due to a lack of spirituality. The individual attempts to fill a spiritual void with physical objects or pleasures. These give very temporary relief, but never satisfy the deeper spiritual craving. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that the addiction itself is not the addict’s problem, it’s his attempted solution. The only true solution is to treat the spiritual void.
This weekly fast moving — yet inspiring — 1-minute video on the weekly Parsha is created by Yitzchok Schmuckler, a Bochur from Montreal. This week’s video for Parshas Vayechi is titled: Washing Clothes in Wine.
Simcha Dubov, the special son of Rabbi Sholom Ber and Devorah Leah Dubov, Shluchim to Orlando, Florida, recently celebrated his Bar Mitzvah, where he surprised everyone with an inspirational speech that touched everyone’s hearts. His six older brothers, Levik, Sruly, Mendy, Tzviki, Dovid and Tzaly, had a surprise too: a song they all recorded together just for him.
Through the prism of Postville, Iowa (population 1,500), this award-winning PBS documentary examines what happens when a once homogenous town becomes a new model for the American melting pot. Filmed before the infamous ICE raid that destroyed Agriprocessors and sent Sholom Rubashkin to Prison, this video investigates the roots of cultural misunderstanding, explores the meaning of community, showcases the manifestation of underlying racism and offers a glimpse into what might be the future of small town America.
The first time Benny Friedman ever sang publicly was at the age of 13 in Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin‘s backyard in Postville, Iowa, at a Lag B’Omer picnic for the entire Jewish community in 1998. At the end of the clip you can see Sholom Mordechai waving to the camera.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha — Vayechi. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Where do we find strength to deal with exile?
Rabbi Naftali Silberberg tells a truly inspirational story about Harav Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman, OBM, a leader of Torah Jewry, who passed away before Chanukah.
Last fall, Rachel Freier, a 52-year-old grandmother, was elected as a judge, even though she is a member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Continuing our series She’s Got Faith, Megyn Kelly welcomes the woman The New York Times has called “the Hasidic superwoman of night court.”
In Buenos Aires, the grand Menorah lighting at La Plaza Republica Oriental del Uruguay has become a tradition, and the way all parts of the Jewish community celebrate Chanukah.
JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video is titled: A Silver Lining.
Documenting the breathtaking anti-Israel bias that entirely dominates the United Nations’ General Assembly, Human Rights Council, and other UN bodies.
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 194, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 2:00pm (Due to Nittel Nacht). This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Why the Exuberant Celebration over Rubashkin’s Release from Prison? Is There Any Significance to Trump’s Announcement About Jerusalem? Chassidus Applied to Nittel; How Much Can Bitachon Change? Why Don’t We Have Pictures of All the Rebbeim? What Are Oros D’Tohu in Kelim D’Tikkun?