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 – ...

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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

The Heart that Never Sleeps: The Voice of M...

Feb 18, 2014No Comments

Teshuva begins with the spontaneous sensing of one's heartbeat. This is called "arousal from above", since any spontaneous sensation of spiritual light is a gift given

The Heart that Never Sleeps: Yet My Heart I...

Feb 18, 2014No Comments

Here, "heart" does not refer to the emotive powers of the heart, such as the conscious love of G-d. These powers, along with the power

The Heart that Never Sleeps: Open to Me

Feb 16, 2014No Comments

In order to "see" the Creator, the initial "arousal from above must be followed by "arousal from below". In the Song of Songs G-d and

The Heart that Never Sleeps: And My Locks w...

Feb 13, 2014No Comments

Only with the most intense yet sublime might can infinite kindness and leisure be conveyed to finite recipients. This might effects the contraction (tzimtzum) of

Bati Legani 5710 – "I have come to My...

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10th and 11th of Shevat Farbrengen – ...

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Download the PDF here: 11-Shevat-5769a