Shabbos (Shabbat) is the Hebrew name for Saturday. Shabbat means rest. G-d commands the Jew to rest on Shabbat from 39 forms of creative labor called “Melachot”, and celebrate the day with prayer, Torah study, formal dress and festive meals. Read more here.
A wig worn by a married woman."Beauty is a divine gift, and Jewish tradition encourages both men and women to care for their appearance and always look presentable. Jewish tradition also encourages modesty; not in order to detract from our beauty, but rather to channel our beauty and attractiveness so it be saved for where it belongs — within marriage."
A Yiddish word that has come to refer to Jews that adhere to the basic principles of Jewish Law, generally keeping the Sabbath, eating kosher and family purity. However, the Lubavitcher Rebbe was adamant to stress the importance of a person constantly growing and working on themselves above all else.