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Monday
Aug212017

HIS SOUL IS WITHIN ME

Chapter 16 of Rabbi Shloma Majeski’s Likkutei Mekoros, Volume 2, responds to the questions: Where does the Rebbe explain why he refers to the Pervious Rebbe when he actually means himself? Where does the Rebbe state that he and the Previous Rebbe are one and the same?

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Monday
Aug212017

THE KING GOES OUT TO THE “FIELD” OF CROWN HEIGHTS

There probably isn’t a Lubavitcher Chassid who can’t repeat the Alter Rebbe’s parable about the king in the field in the month of Elul, when “all who wish have permission to go out and welcome him, and he welcomes all graciously.” * Not many know that the minutes that the Rebbe spent on the city streets were special moments of kiruv and chesed for passersby.* In honor of the month of Elul, we present a compilation of stories about the “king in the field,” when the Rebbe walked down the street and was gracious to all

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Monday
Aug212017

THE THREE ROADS TO GEULA

One of the institutions in the Land of Israel mentioned in the Torah several times is the Cities of Refuge. These cities were intended as refuges for one who committed criminally negligent homicide. In such cases, the victim’s relatives had the right to avenge the death by killing the murderer. To prevent these follow-on killings, the murderer was provided with six Cities of Refuge where he would be safe.

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Monday
Aug212017

PUBLICIZING THE PROPHECY ON THE FRONT LINES

How is it that the years that have passed have not weakened in the least bit the forcefulness and trust in the prophecy and in publicizing it? How are publicity about the prophet and his prophecy viewed by different groups? * How does knowledge about a prophet and his prophecies affect people in their daily lives? Do we really have the ability to carry out the instruction to publicize it to all people of the generation, without exception? * The shluchim and activists tell about their work and share their insights and conclusions. They urge continuing to publicize the Besuras Ha’Geula until the imminent hisgalus

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Monday
Aug212017

THE POWER OF T’HILLIM

As Chassidim, we are constantly encouraged by our holy Rebbeim to add in our recitation of T’hillim. As the Rebbe writes (HaYom Yom 24 Shvat): “If you only knew the power that lies in the verses of T’hillim and their effect in the celestial heights,” the Tzemach Tzedek once said, “You would recite them all the time. Know that the chapters of T’hillim break through all barriers and soar aloft from level to level, unimpeded. They intercede before the Master of the Universe and secure their effect with kindness and mercy.”

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Monday
Aug212017

MAY I RECITE KIDDUSH BY HEART

There are two parts to the Torah: Torah sh’Bichsav (the Written Torah) and Torah shebe’al peh (the Oral Torah). The halacha is, “D’varim sh’Bichsav ee ata rashai le’omram al peh” (Verses from the written Torah may not be recited by heart); they should be read from a k’sav (a written text). However, the common custom is that people do recite verses from Torah sh’Bichsav be’al peh (by heart)—and there are no less than ten explanations given as to why and when it’s permitted.

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Monday
Aug212017

THE REBBE’S DEFINITION OF A G’VIR

R’ Efraim Reich is a Sanzer Chassid who was a shamash for the Sanzer Rebbe zt”l. One time, R’ Efraim was present at a Melaveh Malka meal that took place at a hall in Petach Tikva. R’ Efraim was given the honor of relating a Chassidic tale, as is customary to do on Motzaei Shabbos. R’ Efraim surprised everyone when he told a story about the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

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Monday
Aug212017

EYES TO SEE

Remember how we started off this series—with the story of Rabbi Levi Yitzchok by the river on Rosh HaShana? The chassid he was walking with asked him where we see—in physical reality—the spiritual elevation of the world that takes place on Rosh HaShana. Rabbi Levi Yitzchok leaned over the bridge, stared at the river for a while and then said, “The river is flowing in an entirely different manner

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