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R. DovBer of Lubavitch (Mitteler Rebbe)

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R. DovBer of Lubavitch (Mitteler Rebbe): (Yiddish, lit. “the Middle Rebbe”): Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch (1773–1827), the second Chabad rebbe, son and successor of the Alter Rebbe, and uncle and father-in-law of the Tzemach Tzedek
(5534-5588; 1773-1827)
Rabbi Dov Ber was the famous son of a very famous father-Rabbi Schneur Zalman, the founder of Chabad, and of the distinguished line of the Schneerson family of Lubavitcher Rabbis. Rabbi Dov Ber was the oldest of three sons, and he succeeded his father as ...
“Will I be able to do my job?” the Evil Side asked. “Will people really listen to me?”
A new exhibit in the central Chabad-Lubavitch library provides a rare public glimpse into some unknown aspects of the life of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
10 Kislev 5587 (1826)
Careful note was taken of all written materials, and anything else they considered suspicious. Additional investigators measured the rebbe’s study hall; the astonished chassidim could not figure out what they were trying to find . . .
1826
In 1826, Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch (see calendar entry for yesterday, Kislev 9) was arrested on charges that his teachings threatened the imperial authority of the Czar, but was subsequently exonerated. The date of his release, Kislev 10, is celebrated am...
1773; 1827
Kislev 9 is both the birthday and day of passing of Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch, son of and successor to the founder of Chabad Chassidism, Rabbi Schneur Zalman·of Liadi. Rabbi DovBer was known for his unique style of "broadening rivers" -- his teachings wer...
A brief biography of the second Chabad Rebbe
Known for the breadth and depth of his Chassidic teachings and his incredible love for every Jew, Rabbi DovBer dedicated his life to the servicing of the Jewish community, spiritually and physically.
Ethics 2:4
“Do not judge your fellow until you have reached his place.” But since a person can never really be in his fellow's place, why doesn't the Mishnah simply say, “don't judge your fellow”?
The Chassid noticed that the young "Rebbe's Son" was all too aware of his own achievements.
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