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Customs for the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit, based on a letter he wrote before the previous rebbe’s first yahrtzeit.
Customs for the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit, based on a letter he wrote before the previous rebbe’s first yahrtzeit.
Following the established custom, Joseph composed a lengthy letter to the Rebbe.
Their first meeting, which was supposed to be just an introductory encounter, lasted seven hours, and went well into the night
The Torah contains a complex code of purity laws. Why are Jews not careful about these laws nowadays?
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Daily Thought
Every step along the way, keep one thing in mind: The same G‑d who runs the big, wide world is without a doubt the same G‑d who runs the little world of each one of us. Just as He knows what is going on in the macrocosmos, so He is well aware of what is happening in your microcosmos. And you can rely on Him to direct it for the good. It is up to you not to mess things up. And how can a person mess up G‑d’s plans? By stubbornly grasping the wheel...
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Daily Quote
The Talmud (Berachot 6b) says, "A person should always be scrupulous about the Minchah prayer." The special quality of Minchah is that it comes in the middle of the day, when people are occupied and busy with their personal affairs, yet they interrupt these to pray to G-d.
R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi (Hayom Yom, 22 Adar I