Study Reveals Chabad’s Impact on Students

A groundbreaking study of Chabad’s work on American college campuses nationwide was published this week, and concluded that the impact that Shluchim and Shluchos leave on their students is quite significant.

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Dr. Rosens Pediatric Office Open on Yom Tov!

ER Medical P.C.
864 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11213
Tel: 718-735-6002

Dear Patients,

Good News!

We wish to advise our patients that for your convenience the Pediatric Office on Eastern Parkway will be open on the first and second day of Rosh Hashana (Monday October 3rd and Tuesday October 4th), 12:00pm to 5:00pm.

This is for pediatric patients under the age of 21, ONLY.


Wishing you and your family a Shana Tova!
Dr. E Rosen, Dr. A. Gottesman & Associates!

Weekly Story: Passing the Ultimate Test

The Maggid had 120 outstanding talmidim. However, there were other great talmidei chachomim who came to the Maggid, but for reasons known to him, they weren’t accepted as his students. Some of them returned home; however, others refused to be denied. If they wouldn’t be accepted as a talmid, they would serve as a shammas. They would clean the beis hamidrash and take care of errands. They would learn from the great Maggid through serving him.

Weekly Letter: Doing Teshuva Right

As we approach Rosh Hashana, we present a letter from the Rebbe in which he explains the right and the wrong way of doing teshuva. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s personal trusted secretary, Rabbi Nissan Mindel.

Boruch Dayan Hoemes: Eli Gradon, 11, OBM

With great sadness and a heavy heart, we inform you of the untimely passing of a young boy who inspired tens of thousands to say Tehilim and do good deeds on his behalf, Eli (Elimelech ben Menachem Mendel Malkiel) Gradon of Los Angeles, CA. He was 11 years old.

Photos: Shechiyanu Fruits for the New Year

With Rosh Hashana falling out very late in the calendar year many of the usual ‘Shehecheyanu Fruit’ are either out of season, or net yet in season. Catering to their customers Mr. Greens went and imported many varieties from places as far as Australia and South America.

Here’s My Story: Faith and Reason

Rabbi Moshe Tendler is a Professor of Jewish Medical Ethics and a Professor of biology as well as a Rosh Yeshiva at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in Brooklyn in May of 2010.