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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 ‘We Want Moshiach Now’
Disc: 167 / Program: 666 | Timeless Moment
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
Children lead the crowd in singing ‘We Want Moshiach Now’.
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Joy Breaks Through
Disc: 72 / Program: 285 | Talk
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
All of Torah and Mitzvos must be done joyously. Maimonides writes that a Jew must strive to emulate King David, who literally “hopped and danced before the L-rd.” ExpandMore
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Parenting 101: Teaching to Read Between the Lines
Disc: 65 / Program: 259 | Talk
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
On the very first word of the Torah, “Breishis”, the Talmud comments: “Do not just read it ‘Breishis — In the beginning’, but ‘Bara Shis — He created a foundation.’” The very first step in the service of G-d is to learn to see beneath the world’s surface, to its “foundation” — G-d, the Creator. ExpandMore
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The Most Special Office
Disc: 31 / Program: 121 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
You may not be running for any government office like the others here, but you have a very special office: To spread Judaism around you.
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Discovering Your Inner Jewish Child
Disc: 26 / Program: 104 | Talk
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
“And all your children shall be disciples of G-d.” G-d blesses children with a unique nature for their journey on the path of G-dly discovery. Thus, there is much that adults can learn from them, in their own service of G-d. ExpandMore
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A Torah of Peace
Disc: 25 / Program: 98 | Talk
Event Date: 20 Av, 5741 • August 20, 1981
The exile was caused by a lack of love and unity amongst Jews. The Evil Inclination tries to convince a person that quarreling can achieve some good. But Maimonides states that Torah was given, “only to bring peace to the world” – “Her ways are pleasant ways, and all her paths are peace.” Division cannot lead to peace between man. ExpandMore
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