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Mordechai was "great ... and accepted by most of his brethren." Why just most? Was it just "politics"?
Rabbi Nochum Cohen is an educator and rabbi serving the needs of diverse Jewish communities across Israel. During a trip to the United States in the 1970s, he had an audience with the Rebbe.
By the Grace of G-d 22nd of Adar I, 5725 Brooklyn, N.Y. [February 24, 1965] Greeting and Blessing: This is to acknowledge receipt of your letter of February 16th, and the previous one. Subsequently, I also received the circulars. May G-d grant that all th...
You say that you wish you had more time to study Torah. I was never elected to any office so I don’t know what it’s like, but surely if you try you can find the time to do both.
You need to be more active. You’re working and working, but where are the results? May you have blessings and success and report good tidings.
By the Grace of G-d 24th of Teves, 5726 Brooklyn, N.Y. [January 16, 1966] Greeting and Blessing: After not hearing from you for a very long time, I received your recent letter, in which you report about the latest events in Manchester, both in regard to c...
By the Grace of G-d 10th of Iyar, 5725 Brooklyn, N.Y. [May 12, 1965] Greeting and Blessing: I am in receipt of your recent letter, as well as your previous correspondence. I will remember in prayer those mentioned in your letter. In reply to your question...
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