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Kislev, Month of

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Kislev, Month of: Hebrew month corresponding to November - December
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The Kabbalah of the Jewish months
Learn the mystical dimension of the Jewish month embedded in its Hebrew name, mazal, tribe, attribute and more. The Hebrew zodiac for Kislev is “keshes” (bow and arrow), a.k.a. Sagittarius.
The month of Kislev is replete with chassidic milestones, beginning with the Maggid of Mezeritch (successor to the Baal Shem Tov) and the Alter Rebbe (founder of Chabad), and concluding with our Rebbe. This class will address this phenomenon and its power...
Concealment and Revelation
Kislev is the month that begins the winter season, when the light of the summer becomes hidden and we enter into a place of spiritual concealment. But it is through our surrender to the darkness that we can reveal and manifest the greatness of who we are.
The Month of Kislev and the Power of Light
The inside story of the horror and pain felt by Chasidim after the Rebbe's heart attack on Shemini Atzeret, and the jubilant joy at his miraculous recovery and finally returning home on Rosh Chodesh Kislev. This presentation lets you experience the timeli...
Dr. Louis Teichholz is a leading cardiologist. In 1977, he was a Head of Cardiology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. When, on the holiday of Shmini Atezers in 1977, the Rebbe suffered a massive heart attack, he was asked to join a team of doctors trea...
On Shmini Atzeres in 1977, the Rebbe suffered a massive heart attack during the dancing. For the next five weeks, Jews around the world prayed for the Rebbe’s health and wellbeing. Rabbi Mendel Groner, whose father was a personal secretary of the Rebbe, w...
How caring for the Rebbe influenced my life
Following the Rebbe’s severe heart attack in 1977, Dr. Ira Weiss was entrusted to treat the Rebbe, which led to a special personal relationship for many years. (Recorded at a tribute for the Rebbe’s 20th yahrtzeit at the Eastside Torah Center in Bellevue,...
The Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s Cardiologist
On Shemini Atzeres 1977, after the Rebbe suffered a massive heart attack, Dr. Ira Weiss flew in from Chicago to join the medical team treating the Rebbe. Subsequently, he became the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s cardiologist.
On Shemini Atzeres, 1977, the Rebbe suffered a massive heart attack during the Hakofos celebration. Dr. Ira Weiss flew in from Chicago to join the medical team treating the Rebbe at 770. Subsequently, he became the Rebbe's cardiologist.
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