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R. Shmuel of Lubavitch (Maharash)

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R. Shmuel of Lubavitch (Maharash): Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch (1834-1882), fourth Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch.
Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch The "Rebbe Maharash" RankRankRankRankRankRank
The life and teachings of Rabbi Shmuel of Lubavitch, the fourth Chabad Rebbe, known as the Rebbe Maharash
In his short leadership, Rabbi Shmuel strengthened Chassidus, combatted anti-Semitism, and prepared the ground for Chabad's global reach
Late in the afternoon, the Rebbe emerged from his room and instructed that the circumcision commence. The only clue to his delay was the mysterious sentence that passed his lips, "Ay... the Polotzk burial society..."
Gathering in Honor of the Fourth Chabad Rebbe 13 Tishrei: Yahrzeit of the Rebbe Maharash RankRankRankRankRankRank
Gathering in Honor of the Fourth Chabad Rebbe
The 13th day of Tishrei is the yahrzeit (anniversary of the passing) of the fourth Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Shmuel Schneerson (1834-1882). His successor, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, would convene a special gathering (known as a farbrengen) t...
Question: Coming from the midwest, I have always been told that I'm going to hell, that I'm wrong and evil and over all, I feel hated. Naturally I don't believe what they tell me, but it concerns me that I just want to lash back. Just like the hate they g...
Prayer is an admission of sorts. We admit that we have a tendency to be intellectually disingenuous throughout the day.
"I know he is critically ill and the doctors have just about despaired of his life. For every Jewish family he helps, I promise him one month of life and health."
Advice to ministers, counselors and advisors: change your clothes
The rebbe’s youngest son, Shmuel, who was seven years old at the time, wandered around the room, talking to the men who sat tearfully reading Tehillim as they waited to be received by his father . . .
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