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The Lubavitcher Rebbe, R. Menachem Mendel Schneerson

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The Lubavitcher Rebbe, R. Menachem Mendel Schneerson: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory (1902-1994); seventh leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, lived in Nikolayev and Dnieperptrosk (Ukraine), Leningrad, Berlin, Warsaw, Paris and New York; built upon and expanded his predecessors’ work to revolutionize Jewish life across the globe; known simply as “the Rebbe”
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The second section of the Book of Genesis is named after its central character, Noah (Noach in Hebrew), and begins with the account of the great Flood that washed the world clean of the depravity and degeneration into which humanity had sunk since the cre...
Ramban, in his Commentary to the Torah, explains that chronology is not accidental, but follows a pattern paralleling the six days of creation. In that scheme, each day of creation represents a millennium.As our Sages comment on the verse, “A thousand yea...
In the 1950’s, Rabbi Yitzchak Groner, the Rebbe’s shliach (emissary) in Australia, once came to the Rebbe with good news. After several years of effort, he had succeeded in bringing the enrollment in the Lubavitch Girls School, to 250. Happy with his succ...
In Berditchev, a small town just outside of Kiev, there lived a Jew who did not believe in G‑d. From time to time he would meet the holy Berditchever Rebbe, Reb Levi Yitzchak, and they would talk. Once the Rebbe told the non-believer, “You know, that G‑d ...
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. X, p. 24ff.
I. [When speaking about the animals that came to the ark,] the Torah states:Bereishis 7:8. “from the pure [species of] animals and from the [species of] animals that are not pure.” [Commenting on this choice of wording,] in the Talmud, our Sages state:Pes...
Shabbat Parshat Noach, 6 Mar-Chesvan 5743
This is the sign of the covenant... I have placed My rainbow in the cloud... and the rainbow will be in the cloud."All footnotes to which an asterisk (* ) was added represent parenthetic remarks included in the Rebbe's discourse. The others are translator...
In this Sicha, the Rebbe brings together two related lessons of this Sidra: The virtue of Shem and Japheth in covering their father’s nakedness and averting their eyes from it; and the use of a lengthy euphemism in place of the word “unclean,” which teach...
In commenting on the verseBereishis 8:1. “G-d (Elokim) remembered Noach….”, Rashi notes: “This Name (Elokim) is the Name of the Attribute of Justice. It was transformed to Mercy through the prayers of the righteous.” Why did this remembrance have to come ...
The Torah portion Noach begins with the words: “These are the children of Noach. Noach was a righteous individual….”Bereishis 6:9. But only in the second verse does the Torah mention his three children, Shem, Cham and Yafes. RashiIbid. explains this seemi...
The Midrash states:Bereishis Rabbah 5:1; see also Eichah Rabbah 1:52. “At the very beginning of the world’s creation, G-d’s praise came solely from the waters…. When the generation of the Flood arose and rebelled against Him… G-d said: ‘Let these [rebels]...
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