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Lubavitcher Rebbe (Own Works)

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By Grace of G‑d 3rd day of Weekly Sidra Lech Lecho, 5728 Brooklyn, N.Y. To All Participants in the Annual Dinner of the Yeshiva "Achei Tmimim" in Newark, NJ Greeting and Blessing: I send greetings to all participants in the Annual Dinner, together with...
When Do We Celebrate the New Year? On why we don't celebrate the New Year on the day the world was created
It is significant that the anniversary of the Creation is not celebrated on the first day of Creation, but on the sixth, the day when Man was created.
To an organizer of community events for Jewish women, who commented to the Rebbe that it was "taking little effort on her part."
Understanding the Crowd By the Grace of G‑d 18th Teveth, 5716 [January 2, 1956] Brooklyn Mrs. Rachel Altein Blessing and Greeting: I received your letter of Rosh Chodesh Teveth. I have been waiting for this kind of letter for a long time, and I am glad to...
Educating the Next Generation of Jews Excerpted from a conversation with Hillel Directors, August 27, 1959
We are now in an era when we must approach every individual according to his unique personality.
"Man possesses a body and а soul. And just as there is material poverty (in food, clothing and shelter), so there is spiritual poverty, where the deficiency is in spiritual things..."
Why has G‑d chosen certain numbers for special significance?
Indeed, there cannot be one without the other; there can be no real freedom without accepting the precepts of our Torah guiding our daily life; pure and holy life eventually leads to real freedom.
"In this blessed country of freedom and opportunity, such total identification with the spirit of the "Season of Our Liberation" pertains more to the inner self than to outside factors which are often beyond one's control."
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