The Chassid and the Fool at the Leipzig Fair “I don’t understand,” he complained. “You wanted to spend Shabbat with the rebbe, and you promised to hurry with your prayers. Now you’ve ruined all our chances of reaching Lubavitch on time!”
FridayLight A campaign encouraging one million Jewish women to experience a weekly moment of inner peace through the ancient practice of lighting Shabbat candles. Join us won't you? And, together we can light up our world!
Language of the Soul Seven words -- kindness, discipline, compassion, endurance, humility, connection, and dignity -- which enable us to explain to our children the nuances of our drives, motives and actions
The 120-Day Version Of The Human Story It’s all there: the underpinnings of creation, the saga of human struggle, and the ultimate triumph which arises from the imperfections and failings of man—all played out in a four-month period . . .
Children's Torah Scroll Which is the most important letter in the whole Sefer Torah? Maybe the first
one? Or the last one? Or the one in the middle? Do you think there might be one
letter that the Torah just can't do without?
The Rebbe's Call The Rebbe's relentless call for every Jew to never rest The Rebbe's message was as old as the Torah itself, yet his approach was as rousing as dawn. He urged each person, in personal and communal life, to never be satisfied with yesterday's achievements
Achieving True Peace in Israel The Torah Solution to Achieving True Peace in Israel. Throughout Jewish history, through times serene and turbulent, the People of Israel looked to the Torah for guidance and stability. Only through steadfast adherence to Torah principles, - the Rebbe insisted - can Israel achieve true peace.
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Essays, Insights and Letters and Stories Essays, insights and letters, stories and first-person accounts, and an online biography of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory
Shabbat Candle Lighting Times Zurich, Switzerland:
A voice is heard on high, lamentation, bitter weeping; Rachel weeping for her children, she refuses to be comforted for her children, for they are not. So says the L-rd: Refrain your voice from weeping and your eyes from tears, for there is reward for your work, says the L-rd, and they shall come back from the land of the enemy...