Over the course of time, the Rebbe reconnects “the rope of his soul,” rejoining even the individual strands that had been severed. How much more so does the Rebbe have an impact on those who reflect the positive aspect of “amo” (as above Section 5), helping them attain a state whereby the ruach shtus is unable to cover over the truth, etc.
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His heart was wide open to all aspects of tz’daka and chesed. He supported the Kupas Bachurim that pays for medication for talmidim who are not well and he would go into the pharmacy now and then and pay the Kupa’s bill.
Sergeant Shimon Cohen, who fought in the mortar unit along the Suez Canal, saw horrific scenes which still replay in his head. * After four decades in which he kept his experiences to himself, he shared with Beis Moshiach the instructions, letters and encouragement from the Rebbe that saved his life and gave him the strength to vanquish the enemy and establish a Chassidic family. * An exclusive interview marking forty years since the Yom Kippur War.
Shvat is the 11th month of the year. According to Kabbala (and elaborated upon in the sichos of winter 5752) the number 11 represents the supernatural revelation that will be in the times of Moshiach. The number 10 reflects the natural perfection that the world can attain on its own, while 11 represents the G-dly force that is hidden in creation being revealed and elevating the entire creation.
“The kibbutznikim told us: ‘It’s simply amazing. The holiness came to the kibbutz and drove out the impurity…’ They understood that G-d had arranged this shlichus for us.” A person thinks that he runs his own affairs, signs contracts, or sets out in search of a certain goal. Suddenly, he realizes that the Hand of Alm-ghty G-d directs everything …
Despite the fear and constant surveillance, the talmidim continued to learn every day. They were well trained in the event of an unexpected inspection. When they heard that a policeman was walking about outside, they quickly implemented their getaways.
… why it was necessary for the miracle of the non-barking dogs to prove this point? Wouldn’t it have sufficed for the dogs simply not to attack the Jews? Furthermore, the mere fact that the Jewish people did not suffer any of the earlier plagues should have amply demonstrated that the Jews were worthy of being spared. Why the need for this unusual miracle of keeping the dogs silent?
R’ Einhorn turned white. This was certainly not the answer he expected. That he should take all the murders and crimes this lowly man had committed upon himself? With a burden like that on his shoulders, his life was no life!
In the Hebrew Wikipedia, the title is explained as an idiom which means when a young student tries to teach his learned and experienced teacher. Sometimes the student turns out to be a fool who would be better off listening to his elders, but sometimes the young student actually comes up with good ideas. How does this tie in with the hisgalus of Chassidus and the avoda of shlichus? Read on…