“A single Mitzva” – one action, one utterance, one thought – “he inclines himself and the entire world to the side of favor, bringing to himself and to the others salvation and deliverance.” Then, every single Jew will experience eternal life in the literal sense.
Entries in #949 (8)
R’ Adir Salama was born and raised in the Revivim neighborhood of Rishon L’Tziyon and he returned there as a shliach two years after he married. * His knowledge of every corner of the neighborhood has helped him make impressive achievements. * He has advice for his fellow shluchim about how to get money and in a timely fashion.
In our previous article, we outlined the purpose of this current series on Chinuch, which is to clarify the Rebbe’s approach to chinuch in our generation in general, and more specifically in our current times, when the Rebbe stressed that everything we do has to be permeated with Moshiach.
Dr. Aryeh (Arnie) Gotfryd’s encounters with non-Jews surrounding Mivtza Moshiach and Sheva Mitzvos – including an excerpt from his new book, out just in time for the kinus: The Abraham Principle: Where Faith & Science Meet. Part 1.
It is fifty years since the start of the Rebbe’s Torah revolution in learning the simple meaning of the Torah text with Rashi’s commentary. * After in-depth research, including interviews with R’ Tuvia Blau, author of Klalei Rashi, R’ Leibel Groner, the Rebbe’s secretary, and R’ Nachman Schapiro, member of the Vaad L’Hafatzos Sichos, a picture emerged of an amazing era in the course of which the Rebbe revealed not only a new method in the study of Rashi but also changed the nature of farbrengens and revealed new dimensions in the bond between Rebbe and Chassidim. * Part 1
Our reporter Yaron Tzvi met with R’ Yaakov Dovid Cohen, a Lubavitcher Chassid who is a familiar figure in the corridors of the United Nations building. He articulately conveys the Rebbe’s message about the Seven Noachide Laws. * A one-man public relations machine: a television program with a million viewers a week, an Internet site, a Facebook page, a few documentaries and a book that has been translated into English, Chinese and Korean. * An ambassador at the UN.
“Did you hear who wants to visit our class?” Moishy asked, as he excitedly waved his hands around. At this, the boys gathered round him and he continued. “Do you remember old Sholom from the print shop, the one that Berele wrote about in the Tzivos Hashem column? I heard from Berele that he is planning on visiting our class!”