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You sent the captions, pictures, and mementos with your trust of an album’s completion. And there your pictures sat. For years...
“Every act of charity is a victory over our selfish nature,” explained the chassid. “I just can’t resist the opportunity to score two victories for the price of one . . .”
“Hundreds of mitzvot were about to be performed in Shchedrin! Never mind the eighteen rubles that will be raised—considering the sums of money that the yetzer hara deals with, this is a mere pittance. But the mitzvot . . . !”
“He has such a high opinion of himself,” the rebbe was told, “and has assumed all sorts of pious customs and practices. But it’s all superficial: on the inside, his character is as coarse and unrefined as ever.”
"This was all good and well," explained the old navy diver, "when the ship had been under for a month or so. After that it would begin to rust and the hooks would bring up only huge chunks of iron, leaving the rest of the ship behind"
For a while, it seemed that all was lost... then came a leader's bold response to the crippling tragedy
Editor's note: In light of the recent tragedy which struck the Chabad-Lubavitch community, we find the following account, penned more than fifty years ago, particularly poignant--and most relevant
He took the ram’s horn to his lips, ready to blow. Yet, try as he might, not a sound issued from the horn.
He was so concerned that someone would attempt to steal his horse that he built a well-fortified barn, replete with iron doors and locks.
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