The intended result is, therefore, certainly achieved – that there should be the revelation of the name of Moshiach, and even the revelation of Moshiach himself (as he is beyond his name).
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This Shabbos (Emor) is the Yahrtzait of the Rebbe’s brother, Reb Yisroel Aryeh Leib Schneersohn, and is also the Shabbos before the big Yom Tov of Lag B’Omer. This Yom tov is very special to the Rebbe. Starting from before the Nesius, the Rebbe would participate in special parades catering specifically to children and would speak to the children and watch them march by holding banners, and floats that display Jewish ideas and Jewish pride.
They are young shluchim, energetic and active on a large scale, but are mainly focused on kabbalas p’nei Moshiach Tzidkeinu. * R’ Shneur Chaviv met with R’ Yehuda Lifsh of Ramat Aviv, R’ YY Levkivker from Rishon L’Tziyon, and R’ YY Amitai of Hertzliya for a discussion about The Goal, and ways of conveying the message of the Besuras HaGeula and hiskashrus to the Rebbe among all types of people
It was before Pesach when a nice couple came to our Chabad House. During a quiet moment we sat down with them and they said that after twenty-five years of making Pesach at home with their family, they decided to do something different and mark the occasion at one of the Chabad Houses in India. They had been planning this five week trip to India for a long time.
Apropos of our recent column about the quality of Bitachon according to Chassidus (that the focus is on strengthening the connection to Hashem rather than viewing Bitachon as a vehicle to obtain what I need), what follows is an excerpt of a sicha of the Rebbe about davening that elaborates on this point.
It’s springtime and the natural world around us is blooming. In this article, about another time of growth, Mrs. Avishag Solomon of Kfar Chabad shares two experiences with us from which she grew, and how
The life story of R’ Yerachmiel Benjaminson, an alumnus of Yeshivas Tomchei T’mimim in Lubavitch and a distinguished Chabad rabbi, a genuine Chassid, a man of peace who served as rabbi in Zhlobin alongside the rabbi of the non-Chassidim in brotherly love, but who knew how to be a man of war in the Rebbe Rayatz’s war against the communists. * Part 1 of 2
The Book of VaYikra (Leviticus) is directed primarily to the Kohanim-the Priestly family. It delineates the obligations the Kohanim have when they perform the service in the Beis HaMikdash. It therefore also details the laws concerning sacrifices and other rituals that were performed by the Kohanim.
Nechemia is a boy from Yerushalayim who is not Lubavitch. Although he is only two months older than me, he knows all the alleyways of the Old City where he lives and he can navigate them with his eyes closed. I live in another city but the distance does not keep us apart. For years now we are good friends.