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One of thirteen Houston branches of Chabad Lubavitch of Texas, Chabad of Uptown is located in the heart of the trendy Uptown area, near the Galleria, River Oaks and Memorial areas, offering Shabbat services, classes, holiday programs, a vibrant young professionals group and a mommy and me among other outreach activities.
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  • Why Is the Torah Not Always Pronounced as Written?At times, it is only
    a slight variance, but at others, it can be a completely different word.
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Daily Thought
“Today” (appearing 336 times in Moses’ words in Deuteronomy) And what happens if I keep these mitzvahs because of yesterday? Because they are the traditions of my forefathers, and therefore I cherish them? Or if I keep these mitzvahs because of tomorrow—so that I will achieve spiritual heights, arrive after this life in a lofty Garden of Eden, revisit this world renewed as the World To Come? Then I am a blind fool, a willing captive of a passing dream. A sheep that surrenders in silence as they shear its wool. In a mitzvah right now, I hold the ultimate experience of truth, of life, of G‑d Himself in my hands—and I look to the past or to the future, to what I can get out of this?! Maamar Tzion...