Chabad at Stanford
Wisdom Center
By: Rabbi Manis Friedman

I think we can all agree that in our world today, in the free world certainly, there is an intimacy ... Read More

By: Rivkah Slonim

The world's natural bodies of water-its oceans, rivers, wells, and spring-fed lakes-are Mikvahs ... Read More

By: Rabbi Manis Friedman

There are two kinds of love: the intrinsic, calm love that we feel for people to whom we're related by ... Read More

By: Simon Jacobson

Most of us are familiar with the story in the Talmud of the man who asks the sage Hillel to teach him the ... Read More

By: Yitzchak Ginsburgh

The Talmud relates (Yevamot 63b) that it was customary in ancient Israel to ask a newly wed groom: "Have ... Read More

By: Rabbi Manis Friedman

Conventional wisdom says that sexuality is a natural instinct. It's a very common and innocent human ... Read More

By: Rabbi Simon Jacobson

Is the mystique and the romance, the music and the moonlight, just nature's way of hoodwinking males and ... Read More

By: Rabbi Dov Greenberg

Socrates, the great Greek philosopher, once said to a disciple, "My advice to you is to get married. If ... Read More

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