Beis Moshiach presents the maamer the Rebbe MH”M delivered on Yud Shvat 5716, in accordance with the custom established by the Rebbe to review each year a section of the Rebbe Rayatz’s maamer Basi L’Gani of 5710. • This year we focus on the sixth section of the profound and foundational Chassidic discourse.
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A few days after the passing of the Frierdiker Rebbe, the Rebbe’s first Shluchim were sent to Morocco, to fulfill a request of the Frierdiker Rebbe * The Shlichus was sponsored in part by the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) * This week we begin a series exploring this unique Shlichus, as seen from the JDC Archives * Part One
There is no parent or teacher who doesn’t want to instill a Chassidishe chinuch and chayus in his children. The critical question is: how much is he really interested, and what is he willing to “pay” for it.
This Shabbos, Parshas VaEira, is also 28 Teves, the birthday of Rebbetzin Chana a”h, the mother of the Rebbe MH”M. In her honor,
R’ Gershon Kitover, brother-in-law of the holy Baal Shem Tov, experienced many difficulties before he was able to make his way to the secret yeshiva of the holy Ohr HaChayim. Even when he was accepted there, he only merited to bask in the glow of the holy Ohr HaChayim for three days.
“His friend for forty years,” wrote the Rebbe about himself to the Chassid, Rabbi Moshe Yitzchok Hecht, one of the first shluchim of the Rebbe Rayatz in the US. He was the shliach and dean of the Yeshivos Achei T’mimim in Worcester and New Haven. After his passing on 27 Teves 5752 the Rebbe delivered an entire sicha about him
What are the principles for giving a good shiur in Chassidus? How do we translate the deep concepts in Chassidus into terms of everyone’s daily life? What is the proper way to construct a shiur in Chassidus? What can you say and what can’t you say, and how long should each shiur take? * Principles, advice, and examples in giving a Chassidus shiur. * First article in a series