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Wednesday
Sep132017

MOSHIACH BY ANOTHER NAME

Is there a Torah precedent to refer to one person in another’s name with the intention that both are indeed one and the same?

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Wednesday
Sep132017

EVERYONE HAS A STORY 

“Are you the father of Yitzchok Berger?” I was asked. I figured it was the Doctors’ office that wanted to make an appointment for a routine checkup for the ten-month old baby. But when I said yes, I was surprised to hear the following. “This is Tzivos Hashem. Your son won a ticket to the Rebbe.”

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Wednesday
Sep132017

TEARS FLOWING IN THE SANZER MIKVEH

Despite the thousands of miles separating Brooklyn from Eretz HaKodesh, the Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach, felt the struggle in the heart of a young Jew returning to his roots, crying in the Sanzer mikveh in the Old City of Tzfas, whose inner world was thrown into deep emotional turmoil threatening to drive him away from Yiddishkait… A moving story that took place decades ago, reaching its final conclusion via a detour through the Holy City of Yerushalayim.

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Wednesday
Sep132017

SPREADING THE WORD

As you put the chicken in the oven on Friday afternoon, dozens of bachurim and men go to spread Chassidus in hundreds of shuls across Eretz Yisroel and New York. * More than 30,000 brochures of “Acharis HaYamim” and other Chassidic pamphlets are distributed every week to a broad spectrum of communities, which include the teachings of Chabad written in a way that anyone can understand. When people go to shul for Shabbos, they are exposed to fascinating Chassidic ideas thanks to men and bachurim who spread the light of Chassidus. * Beis Moshiach brings you behind the scenes.

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Wednesday
Sep132017

THE COUPLE WHO BUILT AN EMPIRE FROM SCRATCH

Rabbi Sholom Mendel Kalmanson, who arrived in France as a refugee, was a model of a true Chassid. With great fortitude he undertook the founding of a Chassidic school for Jewish children who did not even know the alef-beis. * With bittul and kabbalas ol, Rabbi and Mrs. Kalmanson founded “Shneor.” They did whatever it took to realize their educational vision, and were constantly guided by the Rebbe. * A moving saga of a Chassidishe couple, based on the book written by R’ Sholom Dovber Friedland. * Part 2 of 2

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Wednesday
Sep132017

THE SEVEN STEPS OF CLOSENESS

One of the most frequently cited verses in the Torah is: “For this thing is very near to you, in your mouth and in your heart, to observe it.”

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Wednesday
Sep132017

SEVENTH MONTH; SEVENTH GENERATION

This Shabbos (Nitzavim-VaYeilech, 25 Elul) is Shabbos Mevarchim Chodesh Tishrei. While the minhag Chabad is to say T’hillim and have a farbrengen on this Shabbos as we do every Shabbos Mevarchim, we will not say the “Birchas HaChodesh” in davening.

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Wednesday
Sep132017

aRE STYROFOAM CUPS TREIF?

Question: It’s forbidden to have non-Jews do work for us on Shabbos, because amira l’nachri shvus (telling or a gentile do a forbidden act on Shabbos on behalf of a Jew, or even having them do it of their own initiative, is forbidden by rabbinic decree). How is it that many shuls have non-Jews doing work for them on Shabbos? Are they doing the wrong thing, or are there things that may be done by non-Jews?

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Wednesday
Sep132017

BIRTHDAY DISCUSSION

Yitzy: What do you mean? He comes to all the events, to davening and farbrengens. Compared to the rest of the regulars who come to the Chabad House, he is actually quite active!

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