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Fully Winterized House for Sale in Mei Menuchos

Fully winterized detached house in Mei Menuchos, South Fallsburg, NY for sale.

Two floor house, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (one in the master bedroom with soaker tub), 2 Large kitchens, wraparound deck, Washer/dryer on each floor, central a/c and heating. Hardwood floors upstairs. Each floor accessible from the inside as well as have their own entrances (so can be used as an income generating rental), large beautiful grounds, Chassidishe and tzniusdik environment.

Day camp, swimming pool, 2 playgrounds, Shul and mikve on premises. Shopping close by. Accessible all year. Available fully furnished.

Call/Message 347-578-2558 for more info.

Here’s My Story: Who Is A Chassid?

After earning a Ph. D. in biological sciences and studying medicine at Oxford, Dr. David Weiss was appointed assistant professor in the Department of Immunology and Bacteriology at the University of California in Berkley. When he took up this post in 1957, he moved with his family to the San Francisco area. While there, he befriended Rabbi Shlomo Cunin, who was the Rebbe’s emissary to California, and believes that it was Rabbi Cunin who brought him to the Rebbe’s attention.

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Weekly Letter: Geyrous – Pesach to Shavuos

In honor of Shavuos we present a letter in which the Rebbe explains the importance of performing milah [circumcision] the Jewish way and its connection with the geyrus [conversion] process of the Jewish people – which began in Egypt on Pesach  and concluded at Mount Sinai on Shavuos. The Rebbe’s emphasis on performing milah in accordance with all the details, including metzitza (which some misguided individuals object to) – is so relevant and speaks to us today as well. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s trusted secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel.

Weekly Story: The Pnimiyus (Inner Dimension) of Shabbos

In the final chapter of the Tanya [kuntres acharon] the Alter Rebbe speaks about the laws of Shabbos and states that they can be divided into two categories; the external dimension and the internal one. There he explains the external dimension of Shabbos, are the laws which instruct us to refrain from doing anything on Shabbos that the Torah defines as work.