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  • 3 TammuzThis year, 3 Tammuz is observed on Thursday, June 25, 2020. Traditionally, this is a day for reflection, learning, prayer, re-commitment and, above all, positive action. Read More
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Motivated by a profound love for every Jew and spurred by a boundless optimism, Chabad of Kirkland sets into motion a dazzling array of programs and services to educate, inspire, and uplift Jews from all walks of life with unconditional love and acceptance.
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  • Focus on the IndividualIn 1927, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, was arrested for his... Read More
  • Chukat-Balak Parshah QuizTake this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Chukat-Balak. Read More
  • The Crouching LionThe details differ but the basic story is the same. Read More
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  • Who Was Elisheva?Elisheba appears just once in the Torah. To learn more, we dig deep into rabbinic and kabbalistic... Read More
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Daily Thought
Look deeply and you will see that the Torah does not know of man and woman as separate beings. Each act is performed once through a single body—a body that in our world may appear as two, but which the Torah sees as one. On the contrary, for both to be assigned the same mitzvah would be redundant, for why should one half of the body do that which the other has already accomplished? Just as a man fulfills the mitzvah to be fruitful and multiply through the agency of his female counterpart, so does a woman wrap tefillin or wear tzitzit on the body of her male counterpart. For just as man and woman were first created as a single form...
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