Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.
Register »

Lubavitcher Rebbe; adapted by Dovid Zaklikowski

Authors » L » The Lubavitcher Rebbe » Lubavitcher Rebbe (Adaptations) » Lubavitcher Rebbe; adapted by Dovid Zaklikowski
Sort by:
What are the holidays purpose?
Every detail of the holidays we celebrate, including their chronological order, has something to teach us in our daily life today. Adapted from a letter of the Rebbe, of righteous memory.Vol. 29, p. 54.
The days that we commemorate the miracles that occurred to our ancestors—their purpose is for us to contemplate and meditate on what we are commemorating, until we feel as if it is actually happening to us in our day and age. Adapted from a letter of the ...
When G-d instructs us to do something, He also gives the strength and capability to fulfill the instruction. This is not to say that it will be easy; at times it will require great effort. But our Sages tell us that true effort will always be rewarded wit...
Upon seeing a wounded soldier, one is immediately struck by the fact that this is an individual who protected him (the one observing the soldier), his family, and his people—while placing himself, willingly, in mortal danger. In fact, the “signature” of t...
The duties that a soldier performs are not for his own interests, but rather are intended to benefit the entire army as well as the people it is charged to protect. For this reason, the soldier must comply with every order, without thought as to whether i...
G-d gave the doctor permission – and by extension, the ability – to heal. Adapted from a letter of the Rebbe, of righteous memory.Vol. 29, p. 23.
The good accomplished yesterday has not disappeared. The good that you need to do today is much easier to do when you have yesterday’s good to support it. Adapted from a letter of the Rebbe, of righteous memory.Vol. 29, p. 166.
Mothers could also be involved in the workplace, especially in the field of education. However, the education and upbringing of her children always takes priority. Every mother must calculate how much time she should and could work. Adapted from a letter ...
Our Sages say: “One who has a hundred wants two hundred; one who has two hundred wants four hundred.”Midrash Kohelet Rabah 1:13. Achievement whets the desire for even greater achievements, and at a faster pace. This is true regarding material wealth, and ...
Browse Authors Alphabetically:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z