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Chabad of New Mexico, headquartered in Albuquerque, was established with the blessing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1992, and is directed by Rabbi Chaim Schmukler and his wife Devorah Leah.

Chabad of New Mexico has helped foster Jewish awareness, education, assistance and service throughout the State of New Mexico. Since its establishment, Chabad of New Mexico has had the privilege of touching the lives of thousands of people throughout the State with the help of its wide array of educational and social programs.
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  • How Rabbi Yehuda Became One of the Most Authoritative Rabbis in HistoryWho was Yehuda bar Ilai, most cited sage of the Mishnah. Read More
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There is a difference between intellectualizing and knowing Truth. In both, the mind eventually finds an axiom, a dead end where it must surrender and say, "This is so because it is so." If you are simply intellectualizing, then it is up to you to accept or reject those axioms--because the results are beautiful or because they are unpleasing; because they are elegant or they are convoluted; because they fit so nicely into everything else you know or they are just too radical. Ultimately...
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