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Dear reader,

My father-in-law, Rabbi Yankel Weisberg o.b.m., devoted his life to building up Torah institutions and communal organizations. In this capacity, he regularly consulted with leading Torah figures. Rabbi Yitzchak Hutner, the rosh yeshivah (dean) of Yeshivat Chaim Berlin, was one such individual.

In 1950, soon after the passing of the Previous Rebbe, the chassidim wanted his capable...

Despite our delusions, having more doesn’t equal being more content. It’s learning to live life on G‑d’s terms, which brings both inner peace and happiness. Wealth happens on the inside.
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Wife: "That's because women have to say everything twice."

Husband: “What?”

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