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Hayom Yom: (lit. “From Day to Day”); an anthology of aphorisms and customs, arranged according to the days of the year, assembled from the talks and letters of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch (1880-1950), sixth Lubavitch Rebbe; compiled by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, seventh Lubavitch Rebbe
Reading Between the Lines of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's Holocaust Era Calendar
Harnessing adversity as a paradoxical opportunity for good, the Ha-yom Yom calendar imbued time itself with a special urgency, encouraging and intensifying the study of Torah, the performance of mitzvot and the devotional service of God in an attempt to a...
Reflections on the Daily "Hayom Yom"
Study the daily entries of "Hayom Yom," a book of short daily insights which was compiled by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, in 1942.
How Hayom Yom Became a Jewish Classic
The Rebbe’s first book, Hayom Yom, has traveled a distance from its original conception as a calendar to what it is today. At the time of its initial publication in 5703 (1943), one could naturally count on the date and day being in sync with day-to-day l...
1942-1943
The Jewish calendar and its festivals endow the passing days and seasons with a cycle of significance prescribed by Jewish law.
1860: Birth of the Rebbe Rashab on the 20th of the Jewish month of Cheshvan (the 5th of November). 1875: Married his cousin Rebbetzin Shterna Sara after the close of Shabbat, on the 11th of the Jewish month of Elul (the 11th of September). 1880: Begins hi...
Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 1
How one student interpreted the master's teaching and made it accessible for others.
Hayom Yom: From Day To Day …"its every day is indeed a day." A treasure of aphorisms and customs for every day of the year.
Hayom Yom, an expression which translates as "Day by Day," is a collection of concise thoughts, often relevant to the season or portion of study when it appears, which gives the reader food to sustain the soul each day of the year. HaYom Yom was written t...
Learning how to live in the world with G-d
Here are five simple principles embodied by five verses from the Torah, each beginning with another letter of the word teshuvah, “return” or “repentance.”
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