To be human is to have an innate desire for greatness—a drive to pursue our noblest dreams, to actualize our highest potential.
In this lesson we will focus on how to capitalize on our strengths. We’ll learn how to draw upon the things about us that are fundamentally good, and transcend our self-perceived limitations to take them to the level of “great”—and, considering the vast reservoir of potential within us, there is never a limit to how great we can become.
Lesson 5 of Chabad's Rosh Chodesh Society for Women!
Behind the Animals and the Altar
Charity, prayer, and study are easy to understand. But why on earth would G‑d want us to burn animals on an altar? This lesson explores the meaning of the sacrifices in the Temple, providing a new dimension to a somewhat confusing part of Judaism.
How can Jews claim to be free if they must obey the laws of Judaism? Why did we leave the bondage of ancient Egypt only to become the unquestioning servants of G-d? It is time to redefine what freedom is. Can this cherished value mean something other than “do what you want”?