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The Heart that Never Sleeps – Index

Mar 27, 20142 Comments

The Heart that Never Sleeps: Conclusion: My Perfect One Revisited – Part 1 The exile of the Jewish soul–the apparent loss of Jewish identity–is compared to

Battling Giants: From Moshe to David to Mas...

Aug 29, 2016Comments off

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Paths of Divine Service: From Kabbalah to B...

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

In parshat Re’eh, the Torah restates that there are only a limited number of kosher cattle, “This is the cattle that you may eat, ox, sheep

BATI LEGANI 5710–"I HAVE COME TO MY G...

Feb 16, 2014No Comments

YUD SHEVAT, THE 10TH DAY OF THE MONTH OF SHEVAT, MARKS THE PASSING OF THE FRIEDIGER LUBAVITCHER REBBE, RABBI YOSEF YITZCHAK SCHNEERSOHN IN 5710 (1950). A

The Righteous Academy (Now Accepting Admiss...

Feb 21, 2014No Comments

One of the most famous figures in the Chassidic world is Rabbi Elimelech of Lizensk, who is also sometimes referred to by the name of

Secrets behind mankind's creation – J...

Aug 04, 2016Comments off

"Let us create man in our image and our likeness." Who was God addressing before creating man? The sages offer four different answers, the deepest

Where Chabad and Breslov Meet

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

[Translator’s note: the key word in this article is תְּמִימוּת which generally refers to “sincerity” (Yiddish: ehrnstkeit). Since it has a number of different nuances it has

19 Kislev: Prisoners’ Solidarity – ...

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

Click here for part 1 Rabbi Shneur Zalman coined the phrase, “living with the times” which means to live life in the light of the

19 Kislev: Redoubling our Efforts to Spread...

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

Anyone who is released from prison must thank God. But, only under very special circumstances does such an event become a festive day that is

The Heart that Never Sleeps: My Perfect One...

Feb 18, 2014No Comments

The Jew reaches the highest level of service–"my perfect one"–when he perfects" G-d in His relationship to the world (in His revealed presence in the

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