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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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  • (Why) Must a Bar Mitzvah Boy Read From the Torah? There is a prevalent custom for boys to read
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At first, there was punishment. There were prophets who warned the people—for there is no punishment without warning. There were people who understood what they were doing and did it anyways—for there is no punishment without conscious intent. And so, up to and including the destruction of the First Temple, there was punishment. But then came a time when there were no prophets to provide due warning. And rare was the man who had the power of mind to intentionally sin. The suffering that occurred then, since the time of the Second Temple, cannot be called punishment. Instead it is called...
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Daily Thought
At first, there was punishment. There were prophets who warned the people—for there is no punishment without warning. There were people who understood what they were doing and did it anyways—for there is no punishment without conscious intent. And so, up to and including the destruction of the First Temple, there was punishment. But then came a time when there were no prophets to provide due warning. And rare was the man who had the power of mind to intentionally sin. The suffering that occurred then, since the time of the Second Temple, cannot be called punishment. Instead it is called “tikun”—healing, repair. Souls of past generations returned to this world to be repaired by standing firm despite great challenge and tribulation. Then came the master of the hidden wisdom, the great Ari. According to his disciples, with his teachings he repaired all the...