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A 19 Kislev Gathering
Rabbi Shlomo Yaffe leads a chassidic "farbrengen" and asks those present to examine and recommit themselves to the core ideas of the Alter Rebbe who was released from imprisonment on this day in 1799.
The liberation of the Alter Rebbe from czarist imprisonment
Three complete talks of the Rebbe at a farbrengen in 1981.
Why does success evoke arrogance in some and humility in others?
What is the key to graciously accepting blessings in life while not growing callous because of them? Rabbi Schneur Zalman offers the answer, through a study of the words of Jacob, the archetypal beneficiary.
The 19th of Kislev is a historic day on the Jewish calendar, marking the liberation of the Alter Rebbe from imprisonment in 1798 by the Czarist government.
A deeper look at the day commemorating the deliverance and release of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the first Chabad Rebbe, from Czarist incarceration. The weekly parshah for this date talks of Joseph sold as a slave to Egypt; a striking similarity betwee...
A mitzvah is made to be performed only when it is clothed in the ways of nature.
A mitzvah is made to be performed only when it is clothed in the ways of nature.
A leading role model for pro-Israel activism actually lived long before the founding of modern State of Israel
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. XV, p. 281ff. I. Several interpretations are offered for the verse: Bereishis 32:25. “And Yaakov remained alone.” Among them: a) The Talmud states Chulin 91a. (and this interpretation is quoted — with slightly different wording — by ...
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