Chabad is a combination of the first letters of the words Chokhmah, Binar, and Da’at, which represent the three stages of wisdom.
Chokhmah is a kind of inspiration, the kind of wisdom that makes you say, “I get it!” Binner is a systematic knowledge that is understood by the mind, and Da’at is a state in which wisdom is reflected in the way we live. Judaism emphasizes the observance of the commandments in the dimension of behavior, while the Chabads emphasize not only the observance of the commandments in the superficial dimension of behavior, but also the integration of the way of life that observes the commandments through wisdom. The Chabads are part of a group called the Haredi who are the most faithful to the commandments and traditions. Chabad is also a movement that arose under the leadership of a leader called Rebbe Lubavitch, and its participants.
Many Haredi groups prefer to live together as Jews in order to adhere to the commandments given to them by the Creator. Chabad also has this kind Jewish village in Israel, but the most prominent character of Chabad is to make Chabad Houses worldwide outside the Jewish communities. The purpose of this is to provide an environment where Jews who live outside the Jewish community and have difficulties in keeping the commandments can live in accordance with the commandments. It can be said that we focus on helping more people to keep the commandments given to us by the Creator.
Although there are many Chabad Houses in the world, each Chabad House basically operates independently according to the guidelines of the Rebbe. What unites the Chabads are the teachings of the Rebbe and our Chabad schools.