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  • Welcome to The Capt. Hyman P. Galbut Jewish Learning Center Chabad (JLC)The Capt. Hyman P. Galbut Jewish Learning Center Chabad (JLC) is part of the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch Movement and is under the auspices of Florida’s Lubavitch Headquarters. Under the guidance and vision of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneersohn. Read More
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  • Kids ZoneCheck out the "Kids Zone" featuring fascinating and engaging games, activities, stories and more on Jewish holidays and other Jewish topics, geared towards children.
  • Daily StudyStudy Torah daily with our Daily Study portal. Lessons include: Chumash with Rashi, Psalms/Tehillim, Tanya, Rambam and Hayom Yom.
  • Weekly KiddushThe JLC Shabbos Kiddush / Lunch is sponsored by Gershon and Miriam Fink in honor of Eitan’s Bar Mitzvah! Mazel Tov !! The JLC Kids Shabbos Program is sponsored by the Anavim Family in

    honor of the birthday of the Rebbe, Nasi Hador V’Navi Hador. For sponsorship opportunities please call 305-535-0094.
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  • PrayerJewish Prayer: How do we converse with God? When is the proper time to do so? What's the objective? Explore the world of Jewish prayers -- as illuminated by the teachings of kabbalah and chassidism.
  • PassoverPassover (Pesach) celebrates the deliverance of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. Our Passover megasite has tools, guides, insights, stories, inspiration—and just about everything you need to celebrate Passover. (But bring your own wine.)
  • Was Matzah Always Hard and Thin?I’ve heard people say that matzah used to be soft—something like pita or laffa—and that it was only when it began to be mass-produced that it become this hard, cracker-like stuff. Is this true? And if it is, can I use pita for my matzah? More
  • Is the Haggadah's Retort to the Wicked Child Wicked Parenting?Redeeming the Wicked Child of Passover Read More
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I followed along in my prayer book as the service progressed, on high alert for the arrival of the inspiration that was surely imminent. Maybe on the next page? Woven between the notes of the next melody? But alas, I left feeling … the same.
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When my master and teacher [R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi] was in a state of d'veikut (lit. "attachment," a trance-like state of ecstatic cleaving to G-d) he would cry out: "I want nothing at all! I don't want Your 'garden of eden,' I don't want Your 'world to come'... I want nothing but You alone."
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