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Letter & Spirit - Personal and Public Correspondence of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Send Us Your Letters Letter & Spirit - Personal and Public Correspondence of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
In our religious and spiritual life, also, we have the seasons and festivals which recur year after year . . .
When we find ourselves in an “after unset” situation, strong faith will illuminate our lives.
In the winter of our lives, it often seems that spring will never come . . .
If Rabbi Akiva’s motto was “Love your fellow as yourself,” why were his disciples disrespectful to one another?
A Letter from the Rebbe to Children
The Ten Days of Teshuva is given to us to enable us to atone and repent for any wrong deeds accounted for during the previous year, and to better our way of life in the new year.
The Chanukah Lights are expressly meant to illuminate the “outside,” symbolically alluding to the duty to bring light also to those who, for one reason or another, still walk in darkness...
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