This union of body and soul finds further expression in the eternal life of the Future Era. (What is unique about the present times, our generation, is that there will be no interruption [no death separating the finite life of this world from the everlasting life of the World to Come]).
Entries in #943 (12)
R’ Zalman Notik, mashpia for Anash in Yerushalayim and Yeshivos Tomchei T’mimim, talks about traveling to the Rebbe, particularly at this time of the year, how to prepare for the trip, and what chiddush there is in the seventh generation. * A holiday interview.
About shluchim and their yearning for their home base, the place of the meshaleiach, 770. * Although in most cases the Rebbe discouraged the Shluchim from leaving their flocks during the High Holiday season, a time when other Chassidim, young and old, converge on 770 from all parts of the world, their minds and hearts are with the Rebbe in 770.
A point from the weekly D’var Malchus with a relevant message. * How are we supposed to look at what might seem to us as a random confluence of events in time and find the connection to the weekly sidra?
Many Israeli soldiers in the recent war were inspired to put on t’fillin every day. The problem is that many of them cannot buy their own t’fillin. * The one who came to their aid is the shliach in Chevron, R’ Yossi Nachshon who found himself running an organization T’fillin L’Chayal. * Every day he sees miracles in his fundraising efforts and he has moving stories that testify to the extent of the awakening of the hearts of the Jewish people.
Since this column was initiated, in which we tell of a Chassid who passed away in connection with his yahrtzait, we have written about many Chassidim. This week, we have the privilege of writing about R’ Sender Reinin, a Chassid whom the Rebbe himself mentioned and asked that his yahrtzait not be forgotten. * About a quiet Jew who was all alone, who was a friend of Beis Rebbi by three of the Rebbeim, and who even lived in the Rebbe’s house for a short period.
Shabtai Bibi was on Kol Yisroel for decades, first as a technician and then in an impressive series of positions until he became manager of Moreshet which broadcasts religious programming. * He first became acquainted with Chabad on the Beirut-Damascus highway in the Lebanon War where he met Chabad Tankistin and conducted his first broadcast. * In this interview with Beis Moshiach, Bibi tells of his special relationship with Chabad over the years
“Where did I put it? I must remember…” It was the somewhat hoarse voice of old Sholom. With one hand he adjusted his glasses on his nose and with his other hand he rearranged the string that tied the glasses around his neck. “Where can that paper be?” he asked himself over and over.