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Living Torah Archives

An archive of the "Living Torah," the weekly video magazine featuring the Rebbe's application of Torah to timely events and issues.

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G-d’s Capital
Disc: 166 / Program: 663 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Tevet, 5751 • January 06, 1991
A conversation during the Gulf War: Your daughter studying in Jerusalem is in G-d’s capital and shouldn’t even consider leaving. This is true for all Jews since we’ll all be going there soon with Moshiach.
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Do Not Fear
Disc: 102 / Program: 405 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Tevet, 5751 • January 06, 1991
“There are Jews who are frightened about going to Israel, and they are frightening others as well. Publicize that you’re going and that there is nothing to fear. It is actually the safest place because it is the location of the Holy Temple.”
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Simple Prayer
Disc: 64 / Program: 255 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Tevet, 5751 • January 06, 1991
The Kabbalistic Meditations of prayer are certainly important, but most important is that the simple meaning of our prayers be fulfilled — beginning with our prayers for Moshiach!
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Visit Israel!
Disc: 59 / Program: 235 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Tevet, 5751 • January 06, 1991
You must publicize that you are visiting Israel, because there are Jews who are scared, and scaring others, about going to Israel. Publicize your trip, and that there’s nothing to fear, because it is the safest place — the place of the Holy Temple.
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To Be a Chassid
Disc: 52 / Program: 208 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Tevet, 5751 • January 06, 1991
If, as you say, you believe in a Rebbe’s power, then be a Chassid. And see to it that your children are Chassidim as well. Much success!
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