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Tuesday
Apr172018

WE FOLLOW THEIR LEAD AND PROCLAIM: MENACHEM IS HIS NAME

Parshas Acharei contains the commandment and warning that there should not be a “ratzo – a yearning to cleave to G-d through spirituality” without a “shov – a return to the mission of perfecting the physical world, making it a dwelling place for G-d through Torah and Mitzvos.”

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Tuesday
Apr172018

WHERE WOULD WE BE TODAY IF NOT FOR RAV WOLPO

As activists and educators kick into high gear their drive to register more and more children for a Chabad chinuch al taharas ha’kodesh for the upcoming school year, Beis Moshiach gathered a representative group of Anash who nostalgically told of Rabbi Sholom Dovber Wolpo’s house calls to their parents. During these visits, he registered them in Chabad schools in Kiryat Gat. Thanks to him, these children have since established many dozens of beautiful Lubavitcher families. * On this occasion, the participants celebrated their spiritual father’s birthday. Part 1 of 2

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Tuesday
Apr172018

UNFORGETTABLE PRAYER

The Chassid, R’ Pesach Malastovker, who was known by the name of the city he came from, was a great Chassid. He was an extraordinary amkan (deep thinker) in Chassidus, an oveid (one who toils in prayer and self-correction), and someone with elevated character traits. He used his deep grasp to delve into drushei Chassidus and maamarim that he heard from our Rebbeim.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

THREE ROADS TO REDEMPTION

This week we read a double portion consisting of Tazria and Metzora, both of which discuss the laws relating to a person afflicted with a skin disease called tzaraas.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

THE WORLD ISN’T A JUNGLE AND THE TEACHER IS NOT A TARGET

The attitude of liberalism and the rights of the student, so prevalent in this generation, has tragically seeped into our schools too. * The educational spirit of love between Chassidim and deep closeness has almost disappeared and has been replaced with guidance sessions between parents and teachers, with teachers trying to defend themselves regarding the ever-tougher rules and more rigid regulations, and parents trying to cover over their failures.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

The Ultimate Combat Training Guide

We are now in the weeks between Yetzias Mitzrayim and Mattan Torah. We are counting s’fira, counting down to accept the Torah anew from Hashem.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

"NO LEMON, PLEASE.”

Attributing titles to Rabbanim is halachically acceptable, even when they are a bit excessive. Similarly, we are encouraged to compliment a baal t’filla (cantor), baal tokeia (shofar-blower) and the like, even if we are effusive in our praise and stretch the truth a bit. Beis Hillel is quoted in the Gemara regarding praising a kalla (bride) as na’ah v’chassudah (beautiful and graceful), even if the compliment deviates a bit from the truth—and we are warned against highlighting her shortcomings. Likewise, if someone shows us something they acquired, we are to admire their purchase, and not demean it.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

PILLAR OF CHESED

He was an accomplished Chassid, a prodigious Torah scholar, clever, very wealthy and a tremendous baal chesed. Above all else, he considered himself an ordinary person. Once he became involved with Lubavitch, he enjoyed a special relationship with the Rebbe, and on the Rebbe’s behalf, he carried out many secret missions. * Presented to mark his passing on 11 Iyar.

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Tuesday
Apr172018

NO EFFORT GOES TO WASTE

This story took place over 40 years ago. Reb Yitzchok Nemes, of blessed memory, a stamp dealer who lived in Crown Heights, was offered a deal that would earn him a lot of money. R’ Yitzchok went to meet with Tenkel, another stamp dealer. They sat down to discuss the deal but in the end, the idea was dropped.

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Saturday
Apr142018

PARSHOS TAZRIA - METZORA / MONTH OF IYAR

Monday
Apr092018

ONE WHO HAS NO REBBE HAS NO CONNECTION WITH G-D

There are those who question why it is necessary to have an intermediary interceding on our behalf before G-d. The person with this question is a learned man, a Torah scholar, etc. He is great enough – he claims – to negotiate his relationship with G-d without an intermediary. He doesn’t need a Rebbe! * Nadav and Avihu, of course, were extremely great, having attained the loftiest spiritual heights, but since “they taught Torah law in the presence of Moshe, their master,” they were severely punished –on account of their lack of proper deference to their master

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Monday
Apr092018

NO MORE JEALOUSY

This week we read of Moses’ instruction to Aaron on the day the Mishkan was to be dedicated

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Monday
Apr092018

LEARNING THE D’VAR MALCHUS WITH CLOSED EYES

“Did you learn the D’var Malchus for this week yet ?” The answer is probably yes. Learning the D’var Malchus of 5751-2 is basic spiritual nourishment in the life of a Chassid, without which he cannot begin to appreciate the sweetness of the holiness of Shabbos

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