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Chabad Jewish Center of Ridgefield is a Jewish educational organization serving Northern Fairfield County CT.Our goal is to ensure Jewish continuity through increasing Jewish pride, knowledge and commitment. We serve the Jewish community with unconditional love for every Jew regardless of background or affiliation.At Chabad, Jewish learning and holidays come to life with our classes, events and programs serving children, youth and adults.Whether it be our Hebrew School , Adult Education or Holiday Events, you are sure to find some way that Chabad can serve you and your family.
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Some of us think it is of Jewish origin, while others believe it comes from the Greeks.
Can belief in G-d be counted as one of the 613 mitzvas?
With three tracks, suitable for all ages and levels, daily Rambam is the perfect study program for every Jew.
It’s all very poetic, but what exactly happened that inspired them to burst into this serenade?
Sometimes the term “clouds of glory” is used, while at other times it simply refers to “clouds.” Why is this?
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Daily Thought
They think self-surrender means to say, “I have no mind. I have no heart. I only believe and follow, for I am nothing.” This is not self-surrender—this is a denial of the truth. For it is saying there is a place where G–dliness cannot be—namely your mind and your heart. G‑d did not give you a brain that you should abandon it, or a personality that you should ignore it. These are the building materials from which you are to forge a sanctuary for Him, the earthly home in which the divine presence yearns to dwell. Don’t run from the self with which G‑d has entrusted you. Instead, connect it to its...
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