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Project Likkutei Sichos: Project Likkutei Sichos is an initiative to study and complete all 39 volumes of the Rebbe's seminal work "Likkutei Sichos" in 8 years.
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Exploring Rashi’s commentary on the Egyptians begging Pharaoh for food
How does Rashi know that Joseph wanted the Egyptians to circumcise before he would give them food? And why did he need them to do so, anyway? (From Likutei Sichos vol. 10, Mikeitz sicha 2)
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on Yehuda traveling upward
Rashi insists that the town of Timna was perched on a mountainside, which teaches us an important lesson about spiritual growth. (From Likutei Sichos vol. 10, Vayeishev sicha 2)
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on the words ‘Shabbos to Hashem’ by Shemittah
Shabbos is a weekly rest, while Shemittah is agricultural pause every seven years. Together, they teach us how a Jewish person should engage the world. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 12, Behar (sicha 1)
What we can learn from the way in which Hashem spoke to Moses—with a booming voice that only he could hear. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 13, Naso (sicha 2)
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on Moses describing the spies complaints
Rashi draws our attention to a nuance in the text that highlights why Moses could save the whole Jewish nation from G-d’s wrath, but not the twelve spies. A lesson in the importance of a Moshe figure. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 13, Shelach (sicha 2)
Why does the Torah tell us to “remember the Shofar” on Rosh Hashanah? An analysis of Rashi’s commentary. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 12, Emor (sicha 2)
Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 13, Massei (sicha 1)
We engage with Torah in three ways, the ultimate being to receive the gift of G-d’s wisdom.
Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 14, Devarim (sicha 2)
Why does Moshe interrupt his recollection of the story of the spies to mention that he also could not enter the Promised Land?
Rashi insists that the Torah delineates Israel’s borders to teach us about Mitzvah observance. The Rebbe derives from this an empowering message for our personal growth. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 13, Massei (sicha 2)
Rashi explains why Moshe forgot a relatively straightforward law, and the Rebbe develops the theme with a magnificent insight. Learning Likutei Sichos vol. 13, Pinchas (sicha 1)
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