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Rabbi Sholom DovBer ("Rashab") Schneerson

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In ch. 30, the Rebbe Rashab quoted our Sages statement,Sanhedrin 99b. “Whoever studies the Torah generates peace among the hosts Above and peace among the hosts below.” In chapters 30 to 32, he explained that generating peace among the hosts Above refers ...
In these chapters, the Rebbe Rashab develops the theme with which he concluded the previous chapters — that the harmonious balance between revelation and tzimtzum, which ultimately makes possible the creation of our world, results from the revelation of a...
In these chapters, the Rebbe Rashab explains that this same dynamic — the functioning of Chochmah and Binah and the synergy between them — applies on an even higher spiritual plane. He introduces certain fundamental Kabbalistic concepts, beginning with a ...
In these four chapters, the Rebbe Rashab describes the interrelation between the Sefiros of Chochmah and Binah. As mentioned, Chochmah is characterized by contraction and concentration, on the part of both the mashpia and the recipient. Hence, it is repre...
From this point until the end of the maamar, the Rebbe Rashab discusses the unity that characterizes G‑d’s name Havayah, in greater detail. The Rebbe Rashab never completed Kuntreis Heichaltzu. Chapters 21-32 explain the unity and synergy between the firs...
There is a common saying, “Knowing the ailment is half the cure.” Only when an ailment is recognized and understood can it be treated. Nevertheless, this awareness is only half the cure — there must also be a working therapeutic remedy for healing to occu...
In these chapters, the Rebbe Rashab revisits the theme that yeshus can taint a person’s Divine service and create discord between individuals and within a community. He explains that even as one serves G‑d with joy, it is possible for that service to be s...
In the following two chapters, the Rebbe Rashab suspends his discussion of yeshus, and introduces two positive approaches to avodah. In ch. 12, he discusses Divine service motivated by joy. Meditating on the greatness of G‑d, and the wondrous expression o...
At the beginning of ch. 8, the Rebbe Rashab resumes the abstract discussion of bittul and unity as the hallmarks of holiness, and yeshus and discord as the hallmarks of kelipah. However, in the middle of that chapter, the Rebbe shifts focus from the abstr...
How does one restore the divine unity to our fragmented world? By delving even further into its plurality. An essay based on the famed chassidic discourse Heichaltzu 5659 by Rabbi Shalom DovBer of Lubavitch, which explores the significance of what may wel...
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