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Practical Parshah—Kedoshim
A detailed explanation of how the commandment “Do not destroy the corners of your beard” (Lev. 19:27) is understood in various communities.
Meir Bastomski wasn’t raised in a Lubavitch family, so as he began to look and dress more like a Chabad Chassid, he also began to worry about any upset it might bring to his parents. It became so uncomfortable, that he was reluctant to return home for fea...
Kasriel Oliver lives in Melbourne, Australia. In 1975 after becoming acquainted with Lubavitch, he came to spend the summer in 770. While there he had an audience with the Rebbe.
“You should enjoy your beard as much as I am enjoying it.” (Collage)
Examining questions raised by the opponents to Chassidism
When Reb Berel Wiess, a successful businessman, asked the Rebbe for a blessing to have both wealth and Torah knowledge, the Rebbe told him that this particular blessing requires a special vessel which Reb Berel was yet to acquire. (1980's)
During the Yom Kippur War, Reb Efraim Mol was stationed at Israel’s southern border with Sinai, when intelligence came in about a possible imminent chemical attack by the Egyptians. Ordered to shave his beard in preparation to don a gask mask, Efraim conv...
Rabbi Yosef Krupnik shares a Sixties Yechidus.
Thirteen dollars in honor of growing your beard, which draws down G-d’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy. Checking your Tefillin and Mezuzos will help the psychiatric patients who come to you.
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 16 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
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