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Yud Shevat (the tenth of the Hebrew month of Shvat) is the anniversary of the passing of the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn. On the day of the passing of a righteous man, “all his effort... for which he toiled throughout his ...
On the day of a person’s yahrzeit, we think about that person. But we are not just remembering—we are learning from his good deeds. This is especially true on a day like Yud Shevat, when we celebrate the yahrzeit of the Previous Rebbe. The Previous Rebbe ...
The Catalyst of Redemption The celebrated letter of the Baal Shem TovTo his brother-in-law, R. Gershon Kitover, printed in Kesser Shem Tov. See also the conclusion to the Sichah of Parshas Vayeitzei in this series. Note also the explanation of this letter...
Yahrtzeit candles, Mishna study, and more customs to be practiced on the day of a yahrtzeit.
Love, leadership, childhood, marriage, aging, rebellion, sleep, money, anxiety, death, life, and 43 other things according to the Lubavitcher Rebbe
What if someone said to you, "I love you, but I don't like your children"? You'd probably say: "You don't know anything about who and what I am, and you don't know what love is, either!"
Our sages teach that “Jacob never died. As long as ‘Zaro – his seed’ is alive, he too is alive.” What is the significance of the word “zaro – his seed?” “Zaro” can mean “his children,” but it can also mean “what he has sown.”
Bring Heaven Down to Earth
The sages state that “all sevenths are cherished.” This is the reason, they explain, why Moses was the one who merited to bring G-d’s Presence into this world—because he was the seventh from Abraham.
Excerpts from the address when the Rebbe formally accepted the leadership of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement: “The leaders of Chabad demanded that their disciples take personal action—not to rely upon the rebbe, and certainly not to rely upon a rebbe’s son-...
A concise synopsis of the major themes dealt with in the discourse series known as 'Bati LeGani' by the last two Lubavitcher Rebbes—'a literary edifice of the 20th Century'.
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