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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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Nigun “Ani Amarti”
Disc: 195 / Program: 777 | Timeless Moment
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
Nigun composed for the Rebbe’s 81st birthday with words from Psalm 82.
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Back to the Fundamentals
Disc: 178 / Program: 710 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
The world seems to be so unstable these days. Time and again, the news is filled with stories of senseless violence in schools and on the streets. The politicians continue to debate on an appropriate response, but in the meantime, a generation of children is missing out on experiencing life to the fullest. ExpandMore
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Beinoni Nigun
Disc: 141 / Program: 564 | Timeless Moment
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
Chasidim sing the Beinoni Nigun at a farbrengen marking the liberation of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, from Soviet imprisonment.
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Unity in Purpose
Disc: 129 / Program: 516 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
There are many activities that can bring people together. Eating, drinking, and working together for a common goal are just a few examples. ExpandMore
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Behind Closed Doors
Disc: 129 / Program: 514 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
The release of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson from Soviet Russia was more than a victory for an individual. The approach which proved to be successful in lobbying the Soviets to agree to his release was one of quiet yet forceful diplomacy, far away from the public arena. ExpandMore
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Your Own Voice in the Senate
Disc: 63 / Program: 251 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
Senator Jacob “Chic” Hecht visits the Rebbe: To be “with” me is not enough, you must be “ahead” of me, because you are the one in the Senate. But you will have double power — for me and for you!
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“Nyeh Zhuritsi Chlopsi”
Disc: 54 / Program: 216 | Timeless Moment
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
Sung by Chassidim as they traveled to the town of Lubavitch to visit the Mittler Rebbe, the words of this Nigun allude to their hopeful yearnings: When they reach the Rebbe, they will drink from “the well of Torah and Chassidism,” and lack nothing.
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From One, Many - Part 2
Disc: 46 / Program: 182 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
Those working to free the millions trapped behind the Iron Curtain must not forget to free themselves, as well. By taking a staunch moral stance against injustice, the individual fulfills his role in this world and becomes a light unto many. ExpandMore
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From One, Many - Part 1
Disc: 46 / Program: 181 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
The Zohar teaches that the world was created through the Hebrew letters, with the Torah as its blueprint. In turn, the entire Torah is encapsulated in the Ten Commandments, which is further concentrated in its initial letter, the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet: Alef. This letter alludes to the Creator, Who is one and unique. Through this one solitary letter, G-d constantly creates the multifarious universe with all its myriad components. ExpandMore
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Nyet Nyet Nikavo
Disc: 12 / Program: 48 | Soul Strings
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
A song in Russian: “G-d is One, His name is One, besides Him there is no one.”
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This World is Not a Jungle
Disc: 2 / Program: 8 | Talk
Event Date: 12 Tammuz, 5743 • June 23, 1983
What prevents anyone with financial, military or academic power from doing as they please? G-d is ultimately the Master of this world, and His wish will prevail. This is not a question of religious belief, but a matter of fact. ExpandMore
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