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Dovid Zaklikowski

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A recent discovery on an 8mm film of a recording of a choir in Jaffa, Israel, sheds light on an innovative program initiated by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory.
Are you sick of a world that spins so quickly? I am. Sometimes I just want to move to some far-off island, where there are no cars, computers and only seldom would I be able to catch a signal for my cell phone...
Many marital issues, arguing and bickering, stem from a spouse screaming across the house demanding something s/he wants.
As anyone who has experienced it knows, moving to a new home could be one of the most difficult things one ever does. Stress often reaches peak levels.
As promised, here is an article by Dan Patir, a high-ranking advisor to Israeli politicians, describing Israeli President Zalman Shazar's fist visit to the Rebbe after being elected to the presidency.
A response to the man who was bored by the world
In the 1940s, Leibel Posner, a student in the central Chabad-Lubavitch yeshivah, met a student, a brilliant individual, who claimed that people bore him.
What Holtzman was not expecting when the senior advisor to Shazar, Rabin and Begin arrived for his interview was an album of pictures...
Artist Michoel Muchnik
Surrounded by original paintings and bas-relief mosaics, long-white-bearded Michoel Muchnik was working on a 3D mosaic of Shabbat and holiday candlesticks when I arrived at his Brooklyn studio.
The Rebbe asked my parents when they are making the Bar Mitzvah celebration...
Life is controlled by time. If utilized properly, time lingers; otherwise, time evaporates into thin air. So what's to be done when one cannot utilize time for Torah study?
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