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R. DovBer of Lubavitch (Mitteler Rebbe)

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R. DovBer of Lubavitch (Mitteler Rebbe): (Yiddish, lit. “the Middle Rebbe”): Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch (1773–1827), the second Chabad rebbe, son and successor of the Alter Rebbe, and uncle and father-in-law of the Tzemach Tzedek
“Will I be able to do my job?” the Evil Side asked. “Will people really listen to me?”
The Chassid noticed that the young "Rebbe's Son" was all too aware of his own achievements.
When two Jews get together and one tells the other what ails his heart, the result is two G‑dly souls taking on a single animal soul.
“I knew,” the Rebbe said, “that there must be something in me that could relate to his situation . . .”
"If you realize that the entire day you spend in the store is just so you can learn for one hour, you will never lose touch with the Torah.”
The following account was recorded by Rabbi Yaakov Kaidaner, 19th century author of Sippurim Nora’im. My friend, who worked in the tobacco business, had set his sights on the town of Nyezhin in Ukraine. Although a close friend to many chassidim, he himsel...
Informed that his son was in grave danger, the rebbe merely motioned with his hand to continue the festivities.
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