When a Jew cries out “Daloi galus! (Enough with exile!)” and “Moshiach now!” – were he simply to want it sincerely it would be fulfilled at once, without any delay (and there is no need to wait even the short duration described in the verse, “His word runs swiftly”), being that the redemption is already here in the world and a Jew must simply reveal it! * The lesson of the mahn.
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This coming week is 13 Iyar. Yud Gimmel Iyar marks the yahrtzait of Rabbi Yisroel Aryeh Leib o.b.m., the brother of the Rebbe. Rabbi Yisroel Aryeh Leib was born in Nikolayev on the 16th of Sivan, 5669. That same year, the family moved to Yekaterinoslav, as Rabbi Levi Yitzchok took up the position of Rov of the city. He was known as a child prodigy and was famous for his diligence.
R’ Yosef Bentzion Reizes is familiar to those who frequent 770 as the Chassid who reviews the D’var Malchus every Shabbos during the Rebbe’s farbrengen at 1:30. In a conversation with “Beis Moshiach,” he told about reviewing Chassidus in the early years of the Rebbe’s nesius and the yechidus he had in connection with this; about his mobile library and about his father who merited special signs of affection from the Rebbe.
Fifty-one years have passed since that Friday, 9 Iyar 5723/1963, when R’ Pinchas Todros (Pinye) Altheus passed away. * He was a Chassid and dynamic askan who was mekushar to the Rebbeim. He one of the founders of Kfar Chabad and was involved in all aspects of the development of Chabad in Eretz Yisroel. * To mark his passing, his relatives and friends held a farbrengen in which they shared memories and stories.
The prophecy in the Zohar about the children of the generation of Geula has come true. * A group of T’mimim who felt that this was a burning issue decided to take action. * The difficulties, the mother who complained about the delay in publishing – the full story behind the series “D’var Malchus L’Yeladim” published by Tzivos Hashem in Eretz Yisroel.
There was a commotion among the talmidim. From moment to moment it increased as the news spread. Rabbi Yitzchok, the Tanna Eloki, would be addressing the crowd. Excitement reached fever pitch and the huge beis midrash filled up with talmidim grabbing places in order to hear the lecture…