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Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson
The life and legacy of the Rebbe’s father
Honoring Groom and Bride
Menachem and Devorah Emanuel were married in Crown Heights in 1983. On the day of their wedding, they received an invitation from the Rebbe to hold their first Sheva Brachos at the Rebbe’s Farbrengen...
Exile + 1 = Redemption
Hebrew, the Holy Tongue, is utterly precise. In Hebrew, “Exile” is called “Golah.” But this very word also hints the path to redemption. By inserting the letter Alef, the word “Golah —...
Constant Connection
“And they shall build for me a Sanctuary and I will dwell within them.” The Sages explain: “within them” – within the heart of every single Jew.
Reb Levik’s Nigun
Timeless Moment
Take it to Print
Eye to Eye
A Son’s Obligation
My Encounter
Mesirut nefesh -- Hebrew term for self sacrifice -- means both "giving of life" and "giving of will." Self sacrifice is not just the willingness to die for one's beliefs; it is the way in which one lives for them. It is the willingness to sacrifice one's "self" -- one's desires, one's preconceptions, one's most basic inclinations.
— The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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