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Chabad Lincoln Park delivers a warm, inviting, and soulful Judaism to Jews in Lincoln Park. It melds a classical approach with a modern twist. Judaism and one's relationship with God could be dynamic, beautiful, personal and deeply sincere. A special formula of excellence has catapulted Chabad Lincoln Park into the success story it is. Hundreds of children, college students, young professionals and local families have made their way through our doors: learning, praying, connecting, eating, taking ownership of their Judaism, and asking themselves how will I make a difference to the Jewish people?
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Some people think there is no conflict between their work and their time for study, meditation and prayer. But, on the contrary, they complement one another: Start your day by connecting it to Torah—the day shines and all its parts work in synchronicity. Work honestly, carrying the morning’s...
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Daily Thought
Some people think there is no conflict between their work and their time for study, meditation and prayer. But, on the contrary, they complement one another: Start your day by connecting it to Torah—the day shines and all its parts work in synchronicity. Work honestly, carrying the morning’s inspiration in your heart—and your work itself rolls out the deepest wisdom of Torah before your open eyes.