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To one whose self is his body, death of the body is death of the self. But for one whose self is his love, awe and faith, there is no death, only a passing. From a state of confinement in the body, he makes the passage to liberation. He continues to work ...
Afterlife is a very rational, natural consequence of the order of things.After all, nothing is ever lost—even the body only transforms into earth. But nothing is lost. So too, the person you are is never lost. That person—that soul—only returns to its ori...
Everything about the Rebbe was pure kindness. Even his idea of “hell” was as kind and generous as could be: People have a misconception of Hell. Let me tell you what Hell really is. Hell is a spiritual place where everything that exists in our world exist...
Heaven isn’t just somewhere you go. Heaven is something you carry with you.
There is another aspect to the customs of the Yartzeit. There is a practice to fast on a Yartzeit and especially on the Yartzeit of a Tzaddik. However, we do not find such a practice recorded in the customs of Chabad nor in Chabad books.the Tanya, Torah O...
On the Shabbos that follows the cessation of Kaddish a new system begins for the soaring soul and it also introduces a new order revealed in the physical world, because the new order is not only for the soul but also for the one who says the Kaddish. And ...
We may now fathom the logic for saying Kaddish once again at the close of the 12 months. The recitation of Kaddish for 11 months was for the purpose of helping the soul rise from level to level. In continuation to those ascents we say Kaddish again after ...
Another example of this may be found in the mitzvah of tzedakah. The mitzvah of tzedakah represents a basic and simple good deed. It is an act which anyone may perform and it is certainly one of the initial steps in a person’s Divine service. One can easi...
It is a manifestation of the infinite mercy of the Holy One, Blessed be He, that He set the route of salvation to depend on the recitation of Kaddish by the mourners: “Yisgadal — exalted and hallowed be His great Name.” It is this prayer which causes the ...
One of the earliest Talmudic sources which deals with the Kaddish prayer directly associates the recitation of Kaddish with the mourners and makes the point that the Kaddish alleviates the judgment of the wicked. The following story is told about Rabbi Ak...
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