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Entries in Mivtza Tefilin (9)

Tuesday
Dec112018

HAVE YOU MET R’ TANCHUM YET?

You will probably find it hard to believe that the man with the long white beard, one of the veteran and outstanding personalities of the southern city of Beer Sheva, was born in Minsk and went through numerous fascinating life journeys until he came to the Chassidic community in Samarkand. He later moved to Eretz Yisroel, had yechiduyos with the Rebbe, and was one of the pioneers in Chabad mivtzaim in Beer Sheva. * The fascinating story of Rabbi Tanchum Boroshansky.

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Wednesday
Oct242018

MIVTZA TEFILLIN FOR A NEW ERA

Recently, a revolutionary new app was developed under the name “wrapp,” to serve as a mobile platform for mivtza tefillin on a worldwide scale, in the form of a user based initiative to connect between anyone who owns a pair of tefillin and those who want to put in a request to “wrap.” It is the same idea as the one behind the worldwide phenomenon of “car service” apps, such as Uber and Lyft, except that the “wrapp” provider earns a mitzva instead of money.

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Tuesday
Feb272018

“AND YOU SHALL BIND THEM … AND YOU SHALL LOOK UPON THEM”!

The bachurim from the Eilat yeshiva were sitting at the farbrengen called to strengthen ‘Tefillin Campaign’ activities in the city, when a Litvishe student came in and tried to cool off their enthusiasm. However, just then, the door suddenly opened, and by an incredible case of Divine Providence, there entered a living and breathing testimony to the success of Mivtza Tefillin.

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Wednesday
Jul122017

MIVTZAIM REVOLUTION IN OTHER CHASSIDIC CIRCLES

Friday afternoon, in the center of cities like Ramat Gan, Beit Shemesh, Ashdod etc., you will see them at t’fillin stands. No, they are not Lubavitcher bachurim, they are bachurim and married men from Poilishe Chassidic groups who do Mivtza T’fillin every week! * In a conversation with Beis Moshiach, Yisroel Chaim Detz, who runs a t’fillin stand and is a former Poilishe Chassid, told about the challenges of this new phenomenon – the men who go far away from where they live so they won’t be identified, the bachurim who need to hide from their mashgiach, and a personal story about the rain that fell and the Chassid that blossomed

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Thursday
Jun012017

TO EVERY DATE, THERE’S A TIME

This is the story of two young men who became acquainted in a ‘Mitzvah Tank’ – a Lubavitcher chassid and a Jew who knew little about his Judaism. While initially the connection between them grew stronger, they eventually lost contact with one another as each of them followed his own path in life on different sides of the globe. Then, due to an error in a wedding invitation, they were shown evidence of the amazing ruach ha’kodesh of the Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach.

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Tuesday
Jan102017

AN ETERNAL COVENANT

The tremendous hustle and bustle of Manhattan did not faze the two bachurim who stood that day, in the summer of 1979, on Seventh Avenue near a Mitzva Tank. They invited Jewish passersby to enter the tank and put on t’fillin.

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Monday
Aug152016

TWO AND TWO = T’FILLIN 

The Mitzvah of wearing T’fillin is mentioned in the Torah four times; twice in the book of Exodus and twice in Deuteronomy. These four sections are written out and contained in the T’fillin. In the Hand T’fillin they are all written on one scroll, whereas in the Head T’fillin they are written on four separate scrolls and inserted into four separate compartments.

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Wednesday
Aug032016

PREPARING FOR THE BEST

Rabbi Danny Yaffe is a shliach and rabbi of a Young Adult Chabad Club at a shul in Sydney, Australia. A young man who lives overseas, who was hospitalized in Australia and was in an isolation ward, called him. His doctors thought he had only a short time left to live

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Tuesday
Jun072016

ONE PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED T’FILLIN

Leibel Khazanovich and Adam Nesenoff decided to give a unique gift to the Rebbe for his birthday, his picture comprised of 1500 photos of Jews putting on t’fillin, many of them for the first time in their lives. * We met with the two bachurim to hear all about it. * Their tip is never leave the house, not even for the nearby grocery store, without a pair of t’fillin. There are opportunities to use them all around us. * Presented for the start of the fiftieth year since the launch of Mivtza T’fillin

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