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R. Hillel of Paritch

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R. Hillel of Paritch: Hillel of Malisov, born in Khometz, Russia in 1795. In his youth, he was a disciple and chassid of Rabbi Mordechai of Chernobyl, but was drawn toward Chabad chassidism by his study of Tanya and an encounter with Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi. In 1815 he began to travel regularly to Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch and, after the latter's passing, was a chassid of Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch. Rabbi Hillel served as rabbi in the towns of Paritch and Babroisk. He passed away in Kherson in 1864. Author of Pelach Harimon, a book of chassidic philosophy.
This heartfelt melody divided into three sections, begining with soft moving devotional tones
From his hiding place, Rabbi Hillel heard the rebbe enter the room. But before he could make a move, he heard Rabbi Schneur Zalman exclaim: “If a young man has a question regarding ‘Appraisals,’ he had best first evaluate himself!”
A heartfelt nigun attributed to illustrious chassid Reb Hillel Paritcher.
R. Hillel of Paritch was one of the outstanding followers of the second and third Rebbes of Lubavitch, R. DovBer and R. Menachem Mendel Schneersohn. He was an exceptional scholar and served as rabbi of Paritch and then of Babroisk. Additionally, he would ...
With time, the tailor turned gray and decided to travel to visit his daughter…
This melody sung in two parts, celebrates the Exodus from Egypt and is sung with great joy and enthusiasm, particularly during the Passover holidays
The nineteenth of Kislev marks the liberation of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi from Czarist imprisonment for his efforts in spreading chasidic teachings.
Monday 24 Adar I 5703 Torah lessons: Chumash: Vayakheil, Sheini with Rashi. Tehillim: 113-118. Tanya: For whereas (p. 145)...on a (transitory) thing. (p. 145). To R. Hillel Paritcher's question whether to review Chassidus even in towns where the people ha...
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