There are absolutely no limits to the feeling of z’rizus, excitement and enthusiasm that gives rise to a constant spiritual state of alacrity. * The above should inspire us to action. First off, to publicize that we are presently in “the end of days,” “eis keitz,” during which time, “Many shall refine themselves and make themselves white, and be purified…”
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“You should not leave the entrance of the Tent of Meeting for seven days until the concluding day of your days of inauguration… You should stay at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting day and night for seven days, and must guard your appointed duty to G-d…”
Throughout the year, Rabbi Eliezer Krugliak is a teacher in Oholei Torah in Kfar Chabad. But when Pesach approaches, he becomes a dynamic shliach, campaigner, publicist and producer, with one goal: to bring the Moshiach seuda to every Jewish home. * In an interview with Beis Moshiach, R’ Krugliak tells how it all began, about the first Moshiach seuda, about a simple way to get people to fulfill this custom, about the Rebbe’s approach to strengthening this mivtza, and why specifically a Moshiach seuda. * Also, about a moving Moshiach seuda in the heart of the inferno in Jenin.
A personal diary recorded by R’ Saadia Maatuf, describing his year on k’vutza, from Nissan 5733-Iyar 5734. In his emotionally charged diary, he provides a unique perspective of a child of Yemenite immigrants to Eretz Yisroel coming to the Rebbe for the first time. * Part 1 – the first encounter with the Rebbe, the Rebbe’s visit on Seder night to the Seder held by the bachurim, kos shel bracha in the place of matzos for the residents of Bareket, the drama surrounding the yechidus for the shluchim to Australia and other observations from Nissan 5733 with the Rebbe.
Last year, on the morning of the Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach’s birthday, when I began saying the morning blessings, thoughts came to me in the spirit of the day. I thought it would be nice to share them with you, my fellow Chassidim
Hiskashrus to the Rebbe begins with our thinking about another Jew. Thinking about how to connect another Jew to the Rebbe and also connect him to the tremendous chain of the Nasi Ha’dor. To put the Rebbe’s wishes before us at all times and to push aside our egos which diminish others in our eyes.* Presented for 11 Nissan
Uzit Schneersohn of Kfar Chabad speaks about the two minyanim of children she brought into the world. She describes the hardships, how she handled things, as well as the joy and health that are granted to the mother of a large brood. * Presented for the holiday in which children are the centerpiece, “When your child will ask …”
“I met him for the first time at the Central Bus Station,” said R’ Refael Cheruti, of Nachalat Har Chabad in Kiryat Malachi. “It was when I was a young man starting to take an interest in Judaism and Chassidus. I went for my first Shabbos to the yeshiva in Kfar Chabad, and at the Central Bus Station a Lubavitcher bachur noticed me. He came over and asked, ‘Did you put on t’fillin today
Pirsum Rishon: In honor of the upcoming holiday of Pesach we present letters of the Rebbe to the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) in honor of the holiday of Pesach, and the response of the JDC to the Rebbe * The Rebbe’s Letters
They tell a story of three people who were schmoozing about what type of eulogy they would like to be said at their funeral. The first one said, “I would like the Rabbi giving the eulogy to stand up, look at the coffin and say that the person lying there was known to be a very smart and learned man.” The second person said: “I wish that the Rabbi would get up, look at the coffin and say that the person lying here lived with Mesiras Nefesh for Yiddishkait and the education of his family.” The third one said: “I think it would be great if at my funeral, the Rabbi would get up, look at the coffin and say… ‘He’s moving! He’s alive
A small house made of old wood stood on the side of a mountain, among the mountains between Kitov and Kosov, as though hiding in its shade. As far as the eye could see were the Carpathian Mountains in their full glory. G-d’s creation is magnificent indeed.