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Chassidic Discourses (Maamarim) by the Rebbe

Chassidic Discourses (Maamarim) by the Rebbe

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An English translation of the last Chassidic discourse written by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Shneersohn, Yud Shvat 1950, and the first Chassidic discourse delivered by Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, Yud Shvat 1951.
Two classic discourses, traditionally recited at weddings. The first of which was delivered by the previous Rebbe at the marriage of his second daughter to the Rebbe in 1928. The second, on the same verse and topic, was delivered by the Rebbe in 1954. Also included is an anthology of wedding customs listed in Sefer HaMinhagim.
Includes the classic Maamar explaining the significance of visiting the grave of a Tzaddik.
Awakening the desire for the Redemption can only be accomplished through learning about it. The Rebbe details different aspects of the Redemption, the role of Moshiach, and how we can prepare ourselves for this new era.
Awakening the desire for the Redemption can only be accomplished through learning about it. The Rebbe details different aspects of the Redemption, the role of Moshiach, and how we can prepare ourselves for this new era.
A-donai Sefasai Tiftach 5712 and Vayigash Eilav Yehuda 5725
A fresh, very readable adaptation of chapter five of the classic maamar, Basi LeGani.
Wisdom, it turns out, is prototyped not by its answer, but by its question. But what is the question that wisdom never ceases to ask?
Kabbalah provides a map of all relationships, from their origin.