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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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The Strength of Our people
Disc: 163 / Program: 651 | Talk
Event Date: 14 Adar I, 5746 • February 23, 1986
At the first possible opportunity, we begin teaching our young about their precious heritage. And while the obligation to educate our children only begins once they reach the age of five or six, there is much we can teach them even before then. ExpandMore
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Nature and Nurture
Disc: 146 / Program: 581 | Talk
Event Date: 14 Adar II, 5746 • March 25, 1986
Every child has natural born traits, some positive, some negative. As the child grows and develops, it is the parent’s sacred duty to reinforce the positive ones, and address the negative ones. ExpandMore
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Why Purim Has a Persian Name
Disc: 137 / Program: 547 | Talk
Event Date: 14 Adar II, 5746 • March 25, 1986
The names of the Jewish festivals and other dates on the Jewish calendar are all in Hebrew, the Holy Tongue. There is, however, one exception: The festival of Purim. ExpandMore
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Who You are Today
Disc: 117 / Program: 466 | Talk
Event Date: 14 Adar I, 5746 • February 23, 1986
Maimonides teaches that “genuine” repentance is when the “Knower of Secrets,” G-d himself, can attest that a person will never commit the same sin again. Yet practically, Jewish law judges a person only by his current, observable deeds and not by what he has in his heart, or what the future may hold. ExpandMore
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Nature and Nurture
Disc: 100 / Program: 399 | Talk
Event Date: 14 Adar II, 5746 • March 25, 1986
Every child has natural inborn traits, some positive, some negative. These often become apparent in the earliest stages of childhood. It is the parent’s sacred duty to caution the child against the negative ones and to teach him discipline ExpandMore
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