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Farbrengen: 11 Nissan 5737 (1977)
The Rebbe’s 75th birthday: Today’s gathering is not about a private individual. It is only that I had the good fortune to be able to help others to grow in Torah and Mitzvos, to assist and encourage...
The Fifth Son — The One Not (Yet) at the Seder
A landmark public statement by the Rebbe exactly sixty years ago
Why Would G-d Let the Torahs Burn?
It was the 1960s, and a large synagogue in Toronto, Canada, had been set ablaze . . .
Women Lead the Way
When it came to contributing materials to build the tabernacle in the desert, it was the women who were first to step up to the task, followed by the men.
"I am a stranger and a resident amongst you" (Abraham to Ephron the Hittite, Genesis 23:4). The Jew is a "resident" in the world, for the Torah instructs us not escape the physical reality but to inhabit it and elevate it. At the same time, the Jew feels himself a "stranger" in the material world -- his true home is the world of spirituality, holiness and G-dliness from which his soul has been exiled and to which it yearns to return. Indeed, it is only because we remain a "stranger" that we can maintain the spiritual vision and integrity required to reside in the world and sanctify it as a "dwelling for G-d."
— The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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