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Under the direction of Rabbi Elia and his wife Chaya, Chabad of Encinitas, founded in 2016 offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday celebrations and many more community services.
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  • 12 Facts You Should Know About Rabbeinu Gershom Me’or HagolahKnown as the "Light of the Diaspora,” he was the first major leader of Ashkenazi Jewry. Read More
  • The Summer of the KishkaHere was genuine culture, a living tradition, a way of preparing for Tisha B’Av
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Known as the "Light of the Diaspora,” he was the first major leader of Ashkenazi Jewry.
What do you know about the man who demonstrated zealotry for G-d?
According to some, this confusion goes back to the time when the walls were breached and the Temple was destroyed.
Does time, as well, have a topography?
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Daily Thought
“Whoever builds a home,” the sages say, “goes broke over it.” Midway, you run past your budget. To complete, you borrow and fall into debt. It’s only then that your home is built and your investment pays off. It’s the protocol of life—every success is preceded by despair. But why? Because our minds and hearts are too small to reach their own fulfillment. But once we hit that point of desperation, we call upon something much deeper, something we never knew we had. We borrow from our innermost, hidden powers. And only then can we build a home. So it is with our own homes. So it is with the home we...