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Hillel Baron

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Rabbi Hillel Baron is the rabbi and spiritual leader of the Lubavitch Center of Howard County in Columbia, Maryland. An avid collector of stories and spirited storyteller since his teenage years, Rabbi Baron has continued to tell stories to adults and youth through his 35 years in Maryland, most recently telling a story every week on his “Welcome Shabbos” zoom sessions.
Many children were sick and dying despite all the efforts of the local doctor, and the townspeople were desperately seeking a spiritual remedy.
I decided that if this city has such fine, humble, generous folk, how could I ever think of stopping to serve?
The beggar blessed me that the barrel would not run out until the final feast celebrating my youngest son’s wedding.
"If you have real claims against G-d," the Rebbe said, "then you need to take Him to a Din Torah (court case)."
The story of the pious peddler who had come from his grave to help a poor widow.
The entourage came across a half-frozen girl, and the king instructed his doctor to spare no effort in reviving her.
“Suddenly, I saw an angel walking toward me. It blocked my way forward, and began to drag me back out of Gan Eden!”
The Rebbe picked up a note: “Who wrote this note? His name glistens and shines!”
Rabbi Avraham Abish of Frankfurt Circa 1690-1769. He served as rabbi of multiple communities, culminating with the position of head of the rabbinical court in Frankfurt. was born into a family of great Torah scholars, but he did not quite fit in. He exper...
The men of the chevra kadisha were not inclined to believe him, and did not plan to honor his request.
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