The Moshiach of the generation is the judge and the prophet of the generation. Moshiach’s main prophecy is “L’alter l’Geula” and “hinei zeh Moshiach ba.” * Chapter Thirteen of Rabbi Shloma Majeski’s Likkutei Mekoros.
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Avi Krauss and Assaf Fasi run a successful advertising agency. Their company burst upon the national scene when they ran Naftali Bennett’s election campaign. They are a young and fresh team who think out of the box and know how to touch people’s hearts. * Twenty-five years ago, the Rebbe said we need to publicize his prophecy, so we asked them for tips on how to publicize the Rebbe’s message.
This article is being written as we are finishing this special and successful year of 5776, the year of Hakhel. On 28 of Elul 5748, the end of a Hakhel year, the Rebbe asked that the Chassidim should still use out the last moments of that special year to do activities of Hakhel (Toras Menachem 5748 Vol. 4 page 380).
I visited R’ Yisroel Grossman in his home in Battei Warsaw. When I walked in, he was learning Gemara but he immediately stopped and held out his hand in greeting and began talking as though he had all the time in the world for me. * Memories and personal stories from R’ Yisroel Grossman a”h.
There are laws in many countries that forbid the use of wireless service belonging to another without permission. In the United States, federal and state laws restrict “unauthorized access of a computer network,” though what constitutes unauthorized access and to what extent it is penalized varies greatly from state to state.
On the eve of the High Holidays, a time of continual prayer and a deeper connection to the concept of “Cause Me to reign upon you,” we turned to Rabbi Meir Wilschansky, mashpia and rosh mesivta at Yeshivas Chassidei Chabad in Tzfas, with several practical questions: What is the best way to connect our children to t’filla? How do we connect them to the idea of accepting the sovereignty of Heaven and T’kias Shofar? Is fear a proper way to educate the younger generation? A heartfelt discussion about practical tools for educating our children.
“Gamliel! Fill the clay pitchers with sweet water, seal them with wax and load them on the donkey. We need to leave already!” Chananel ordered his young son. Gamliel hurried to fill the pitchers with clear water that he just drew from the deep well on the edge of the village.
This year the new school year began in Eretz Yisroel for the religious schools and the public schools at around the same time. This is somewhat anomalous, as the religious schools start on Rosh Chodesh Elul while the secular schools begin around September 1, which, in most years, are several weeks apart.