The Talmud compares the miracle of finding a soulmate to the miracle of G-d splitting the Red Sea.
A Guide To Shidduchim & Marriage Based On The Teachings Of The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson Shidduchim
A Guide To Shidduchim & Marriage
Based On The Teachings Of The Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson
Some key ideas to help anyone looking to get married
Is it normal to have doubts during an engagement?
What is of most important to us? What do we truly value? When it comes to our money, everything must be under lock and key, safe and sound, with ironclad securities. Are we as careful with our children?
Are blind dates just a waste of time? Dating is emotionally exhausting. Is there any message of hope for the dated out?
My Jewishness is making it harder for me to find love. The more I get involved in Jewish life, the less options I have for girls to date. To be honest, it is making me hesitate before becoming more observant.
How do you find the 'right' one? Do I have only one soulmate?
Why is dating so hard these days? Never in history have people struggled with relationships so much. So many of my friends are still single and looking.
I think we can all agree that in our world today, in the free world certainly, there is an intimacy crisis. We have a problem with intimacy. Were afraid of intimacy, yet we agonize over the lack of it.
A wise man once said that the most difficult question to answer is a question that has a simple answer.
Avrohom decided to send his trustworthy disciple and right-hand man, Eliezer, to find a suitable wife for Yitzchok. The modern mind finds it difficult to understand why Yitzchok agreed to allow Eliezer to choose a wife for him. Is this a matter in which one can rely on others?
When I was a kallah (bride), a friend of my husband-to-be asked me to introduce him to one of my friends in Boston, where we all were at that time.
An often asked question, it is one laden with assumptions, misconceptions and truly good intentions.
My best friend just got engaged after only a month and a half of dating. She met the guy through the Jewish dating system, a Shidduch, and they are an amazingly well-suited couple.
I liked your take on traditional Jewish dating, and can see some of its advantages over modern dating. But one thing doesn't make sense. In traditional circles, you only live together after marriage.
I've found myself going out on many many dates and I'm wondering if I'm being too fussy. I'm waiting to meet someone and get a good feeling about him, and of course have things in common, good chats, and similar long term goals.