On the occasion of Yud Shvat 5720, the Rebbe MH”M makes the case that a Rebbe’s claim about another Rebbe is equally intended as a claim about himself. This principle is fundamental in establishing what the Rebbe MH”M wished to communicate about his pivotal role in the era of the threshold of Redemption, especially in the wake of Gimmel Tammuz 5754.
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Another installment from the memoirs of R’ Zalman Chanin about the special shlichus from the Rebbe, together with his friend R’ Laibel Zajac, to print the Tanya in Russia. * R’ Zalman tells how frightened his father was of the trip to Russia, about the welcome they got at the Russian hotel, the endless rounds they made in the attempt to find one heater in all of Moscow, and about the bottles of mashke that were exchanged for bottles of gasoline. * Part 3
This week in our open forum: We have a responsibility to the Jewish people. If we have connections, we need to use them for the greater good and only after that for our personal matters, as important as they may be
R’ Mendel Morosov, a senior Lubavitcher Chassid and unique source of reliable stories about Chabad Chassidim of previous generations, shares childhood memories. * About a trip to the Rebbe, t’kios with the Tzemach Tzedek, and the beginning of the Rebbe Maharash’s nesius
The impassioned speech delivered by Levi Friedman, a representative of Camp Machane Moshiach, at the Tzeis’chem L’Shalom gathering for all the guests who had come to the Rebbe for Tishrei 5773.
…Cham did not want his father (Noah) to have another child. His reason was: “Adam had only two sons yet one killed the other because of the inheritance of the world and our father has three sons yet he still seeks a fourth son!” In truth, Cain and Abel were not concerned solely about material possessions…
The following is a small glimpse into a quiet initiative that is gaining momentum and expanding into endless circles, a modern day phenomenon whose influence is burrowing deep into the hearts of Lubavitcher women and manifesting in a more refined outward appearance. Yes, the seemingly impossible is actually happening; groups of women are joining together out of a deep and true desire, sitting together and discussing how to increase the nachas to the Rebbe MH”M, and to represent him in a dignified manner. Here you will read about the latest “trend” to come out of Kfar Chabad, whose ultimate goal is to take the reigns of the fashion world in its hands, by getting ever more Jewish women to model the fact that greater modesty equals greater beauty
The shliach waited in the terminal of the Bombay airport for his flight. Suddenly, he felt a hand on his shoulder – someone he had never met before wanted to speak with him. It turned out that the man had received an amazing answer that morning from the Rebbe MH”M, thereby closing a thrilling and miraculous circle
From being a lonely Jewish child, totally ignorant of his Judaism and living among countless Gentile children, Rabbi Zalman Yaffe followed a long journey until he began serving as the Rebbe MH”M’s shliach in Volgograd, Russia. The city that earned its place in history when it halted the Nazi invasion had been virtually gutted of any Jewish presence; only a few Jewish sparks still remained. Rabbi Yaffe and his family came to the city and created a massive Jewish revival. In an interview, Rabbi Yaffe tells his life’s story, along with the story of his shlichus and the ever-present Divine Providence