The truth is that Moshe did not die. If the public accepts these words – all the better. However, if they have difficulty understanding it, then, when a child asks a question to his teacher and the teacher doesn’t know what to answer, he slaps him on the face and tells him: “when you grow up, you’ll understand!” So you should answer the Jew who asks questions: This is the fact, even if you don’t understand!
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They claim that they want to draft the ultra-Orthodox in order to save the country, to increase the level of partnership, to enable all to join in bearing the national burden, and to prevent the Chareidi sector from being cut off from Israeli society. However, the truth is that they only want to draft the ultra-Orthodox out of a desire to show them who’s the boss.
Moshiach will judge by using his sense of smell. This is a metaphor for his ability to “sniff out” any miscarriage of justice. Moshiach will be endowed with Divine Inspiration that will guarantee the integrity of justice.
His Tzafnas Paneiach, despite meaning unlocking that which is hidden, is still rather obscure till this day, even to great scholars. It was written with great brevity and with subtle references. It is full of ayeinim – look here, look there, with sources cited without explanation.
What took place on Purim 5681, the first Purim after the passing of the Rebbe Rashab? * They knew what the regime did with those who broke the law. But the Rebbe did not stop the simcha and niggunim for even a moment. He continued until those evil ones left without saying a word about all the “crimes” which they had witnessed.
In Moscow, Tashkent, in displaced persons camps, in Paris, and in Kfar Chabad, during peacetime and war, R’ Zalman Sudakevich a”h was a model of unconditional chesed. He helped individuals and the public at large. * The life of a Chassid who recently passed away at the age of 98.
He is the son, grandson, and great-grandson of a number of Admurim from various Chassidic courts, but he got a taste of Chassidus and became a Lubavitcher Chassid. Today, he farbrengs and is mashpia in many places around Eretz Yisroel and inspires people to connect to the Rebbe, to write to him, and to live with Moshiach and Geula without cutting corners. * A fascinating interview with R’ Yisroel Schneebalg who tells how he came to Lubavitch and about the tremendous drift towards Chabad in the Chassidish and Litvishe worlds.