Yehoyada, father of B’nayahu and Head of the Sanhedrin was utterly righteous, and tzaddikim, even in their death are called alive. * If the soul were to fall from its height, no longer maintaining its state of yearning to cleave to G-dliness, it is called death. The advise is to study and contemplate the teachings of Chassidus…
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Internet addiction is a rarity amongst us. However, as shluchim, parents and mechanchim, we need to know about it and how to prevent it. * Fascinating parallel between the various parental reactions to a personal Mitzrayim and how the Jewish people reacted upon leaving Mitzrayim. * The real solution: moving onward.
46 years ago, shortly before the Six Day War, the Rebbe announced Mivtza T’fillin. * T’fillin as the prototype for all mitzvos. * T’fillin in the head or on the head? * Mivtza T’fillin – an antidote to habit. * Another article prepared for Beis Moshiach that was discovered after R’ Ashkenazi’s untimely passing.
The serious damage inflicted upon Israel’s anti-terror operations is a direct result of the submissiveness demonstrated by these PR mavens. Their approach is based on feebleness and apologetics, instead of national pride.
The previous owner of the building had died and his wife and only son decided to donate to the yeshiva the rest of the sum that the vaad was supposed to pay them over the coming years. * From the life of R’ Yehoshua Shneur Zalman Serebryanski a”h
During the Tahalucha, Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Levkivker, one of the more prominent members of the Chabad community in Tzfas, came to a Chassidic shul in Williamsburg to spread the joy of Yom tov. Just as he was about to depart, one of the elder Chassidim asked if he could tell him a fascinating story that began in remote Siberia, where a bogus wartime trial was held for an exiled rabbinical leader.
About the Chassid who was a mashgiach in yeshivos Tomchei T’mimim in Russia, Austria, and Australia and who became one of the greatest disseminators of Chassidus in New York. * To mark his passing on 27 Sivan.
Upon the abdication of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Holland got its first new king in over 100 years. After 33 years on the throne, Beatrix, 75, said that it was time for “a new generation” to reign. Her son, King Willem-Alexander is 46. * Among the official guests to the ceremony was the Chief Rabbi and shliach of the Rebbe, Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs.