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Torah knowledge is not measured merely by the academic wisdom one acquires, but by the way it transforms the person’s life.
1942-1946
R. Menachem Mendel constantly encouraged people in possession of manuscripts to publish them, and scholars to publish their own works.
1935 - 1939
By the mid 1930s Paris was home to increasing numbers of East European Jews and refugees from the threat of Nazism and there was growing pressure on R. Menachem Mendel to play a more public role.
1923
The early 1920s were years of turmoil for Russia in general, and for the Chabad-Lubavitch movement in particular.
Throughout the ages, it just wasn't a possibility for most people to publish their own Torah ideas. But today, authentic Torah study must be encouraged. Even if you are uncertain, don't hesitate when it comes to writing and publishing Torah.
How a Tsarist ban on Hasidic books encouraged a boom in the dissemination of handwritten texts. Insights from a Hasidic manuscript collection in the Moses Gaster Collection of the John Rylands Library.
As well as a resource for knowledge and inspiration, manuscripts are points of connection between rebbe and chassid
How and why Isaac Israeli's 'Yesod Olam' (Toledo 1310) underwent textual changes.
Judith Olszowy-Schlange traces the history of the oldest complete manuscript of the Babylonian Talmud, completed in 1342.
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