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Futerfas, Reb Mendel

Futerfas, Reb Mendel: 1906-1995; a Chabad spiritual mentor of the twentieth century

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It is a mitzvah to love and fear this glorious and awesome God, as [Deuteronomy 6:5] states: "And you shall love God, your Lord" and, as [Deuteronomy 6:13] states: "Fear God, your Lord." What is the path [to attain] love and fear of Him? When a person...
I. Rabbi Judah was the son of Rabbi Simeon ben Gamliel and was elected "Prince" (Nassi) after the death of his father. He was born on the very day that Rabbi Akiba died in the hands of the Romans. In the Mishnah, Rabbi Judah the Prince (Yehudah HaNasi) is...
1. We have the merit to gather together during Pesach, the “Season of our Freedom,” the time when the Jewish people were redeemed from the Egyptian exile — and from whence also comes the strength to be redeemed from the other exiles including the present...
Daily Zohar - Re'eh Day 3 Based on Zohar Mishpatim 150b
Come and see, "but he went perversely in the way of his heart," followed by, "I have seen his ways, and will heal him: I will lead him also, and bestow comforts on him and on his mourners." (Isaiah 57:17-18) "But he went...
Do All Believe? Vchol Maaminim RankRankRankRankRankRank
While he was reciting the Musaf service and singing the hymn V'chol Maaminim, which declares how all men share in the belief in G-d, he stopped and thought: Why was he in a hard labor camp? Because there were people who did not believe...
We all have free choice. We could either ignore these people, these opportunities, these events, or we could see everything in our life as a G-d-sent opportunity.
How do we walk this tightrope called “life” without stumbling?
To my right sat my friend Berl, and to my left my friend Zalman. Yossel sat in front of me. The melamed was tall, with stern eyes, but with a warm and loving smile.
"This was all good and well," explained the old navy diver, "when the ship had been under for a month or so. After that it would begin to rust and the hooks would bring up only huge chunks of iron, leaving the rest of the ship behind"
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