8:00pm: What Are We to Make of President Trump and Events of This Week? Are We Headed Toward Civil War?

The topics in this week’s 339th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: What Are We to Make of President Trump and Events of This Week? Are We Headed Toward Civil War? How Do We Deal With the Deepest Darkness? Did the Rebbe Ever Speak About Mental Illness, Suicide and Related Issues? How Should I Address My Husband Who Chooses Not to Connect and Provide Unconditional Love to His Children Because They Are More Modern? What Can We Do About Our Son Who Suddenly Stopped Talking to Us?

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JEM: Perfect Timing

At 10:30pm on the eve of 24 Teves 5573 (1812), the Alter Rebbe, founder of the Chabad movement, passed away, in a small town in Eastern Europe. At that exact moment one hundred and fifty years later, in Brooklyn, New York, his successor the Rebbe, held a unique farbrengen. Rabbi Leibel Shapiro recalls that special commemoration.

Friendship Circle Chanukah Recap 5781

The Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted its annual Chanukah celebration for children and young adults with special needs and their families. Over 500 men, women and children got together for an evening of song, dance and tradition. Watch a Recap of the event.

Video of the Day

Hut-Hut-Hike! Two UPS employees took a quick break from delivering packages Tuesday afternoon to help a group of Crown Heights boys deliver a touchdown while playing football. With one acting as referee, the other took the position of quarterback, giving the boys a great time and on-point passes.

Opening Chabad House Doors a Little Wider

An accessible Sukkah Mobile in Arkansas, sign language interpreters at Chabad events in Alabama, and in Virginia, a lowered bimah that allows people in wheelchairs to be called up to the Torah. These are just a few of the accomplishments of the Ruderman Chabad Inclusion Initiative (RCII). Established in 2014, the initiative is a partnership between Chabad and the Ruderman Family Foundation to create a welcoming and inclusive environment in Chabad centers around the world.

Urban Aeronautics to Provide Four Flying Ambulances to Hatzolah Air

Israel-based Urban Aeronautics has announced that it will provide four of its CityHawk vertical take-off and landing aircraft to Hatzolah Air, an American-based company that provides emergency medical service (EMS) applications, reported Calcalistech.com. The news follows an initial agreement with Hatzolah AIr in August 2020 to develop, produce, and market the CityHawk aircraft.

Rabbi Braun Calls for Chabad to Support Tahareinu

In the decade since its inception, Tahareinu has grown and now not only helps Shluchim around the globe, but has offices in 9 countries and helped bring over 2,000 babies into the world. For two days on Tuesday and Wednesday, Tahareinu is raising a million dollars in a campaign that does not contain matchers, and they are counting on your support.