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Issachar: Son of Jacob and Leah. Ninth of the Twelve Tribes. Progenitor of the Tribe of Issachar, famed for their assiduous Torah study that was financed by the Tribe of Zebulon.

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The Torah-Business Partnership Parshat Vezot Haberachah RankRankRankRankRankRank
The arrangement whereby one person supports the other who learns Torah, and the reward is shared between the two of them, has come to be known as a “Yissachar-Zevulun” partnership.
The incident involving the mandrakes (dudaim) which Reuben, the eldest son of Jacob, found in the field "during the time of the wheat harvest"--recounted in Genesis 30:14-18--occurred on the fifth of Sivan of the year 2197 from creation (1568 BCE).
Issachar of the Jasmines Gate of Reincarnations: Chapter Thirty-Three, Section 1c RankRankRankRankRankRank
The final rectification of Cain came through Issachar, Leah’s fifth son.
Where the mind and heart converge
Letters on death, mourning and the afterlife from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachm Mendel Schneerson
Our sages say that Jacob never died alive. What is the message to us and can we reconnect to our deceased loved ones?
Contemporary Purim messages excerpted from the letters of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
No manner of assimilationism provides an escape from the Hamans and Hitlers; nor can any Jew sever his ties with his people by attempting such an escape.
During the entire year that the decree was pending, the Jews remained steadfast in their faith and loyalty to G-d, although there was but one avenue of escape from certain death...
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