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On the night of the Seder, on his way home from evening Services, the Rebbe would stop in to visit the numerous public Sedorim that were held in the vacinity of Brooklyn's Crown Heights.
At one such Seder the Rebbe asked the child who was tasked with asking the 4 questions, "do you know the ...

 
 

The Eternal Flame

The special portion, for which a second Torah scroll will be removed this Saturday, is called “Hachodesh.”  It deals primarily with the Passover service.  However, as indicated by its name, “Hachodesh,” the month, it opens with a brief instruction pertaining to the ...

 
   
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Take a Friday Night off with your family and relax with Chabad in a true, wholesome, and full, Shabbat experience
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Make use of your mental Photoshop program and insert yourself into the picture. You ...
 
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From the second night of Passover until the day before the holiday of Shavuot, the ...
 
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Certain opportunities and potentials are so lofty that they cannot be accessed by the conscious self and they can only come about "by mistake." An example of this is the mitzvah of "shikchah" (Deuteronomy 24:19) which can only be fulfilled by forgetting
— The Chassidic Masters
 
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