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Excerpts from an event in Philadelphia exploring the Rebbe’s personal notebooks
"Maybe Alone, Never Forsaken" presents readings inspired by excerpts from the Rebbe's journals, against the backdrop of rare archival film depicting the times and circumstances in which they were written—in the period directly before and during World War ...
In the Rebbe's correspondence and his annotations to Chassidic texts, there are occasional references to his reshimot--“journal” or “notebooks.” Three such notebooks came to light about a month after the Rebbe's passing, when they were discovered in a dra...
Archival videos contextualize creative readings of Holocaust-era journal
“The life of a tzaddik,” wrote Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, “is not physical but spiritual,” consisting of “faith, awe and love” of G‑d. Accordingly, the passing of a tzaddik—a righteous person or holy man—from earthly life should correctly be viewed as...
The "Reshimot"
Three notebooks of notes by the Rebbe, of righteous memory, came to light about a month after his passing, when they were discovered in a drawer in his room. The entries in these journals date between the years 1928, the year of the Rebbe's marriage, and ...
The spiritual significance of the design and measurements of the entrance to the Heichal – the most sacred structure of the Holy Temple. (Based on Reshimah dated Nissan 2 5740, Paris)
The Sages of the Talmud differ as to the positioning of the Menorah in the Holy Temple, whether east to west (along the width of the temple) or north to south (along the temple’s length). This class reveals the spiritual underpinnings of this discussion a...
The three sections in the Holy Temple represent three levels of reality. Explore components of the Beit Hamikdash and their mirroring mystical attributes.
Three Phases in the Holiday of Sukkot
How the mitzvah of building a sukkah is performed in three epochs of history: before the giving of the Torah, after the giving of the Torah and after Moshiach comes.
Who has not fallen prey to the oh-so-human tendency to compare his life to the lives of others? “If only I had So-and-So’s mind (or talent, or money), then I’d be able to make a difference and have some impact on the world!″
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