Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Beshalach. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How should one view the challenges and difficulties in doing what G-d wants?
Daily Archives: January 7, 2014
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According to Rabbi Yosef Y. Biston, the spiritual leader of the Chabad of Parkland, the regional headquarters for Chabad of North Broward and South Palm Beach, “The Chabad philosophy does not measure success in physical terms — with figures, tables, charts, graphs and numbers. We don’t keep a list — every mitzvah is a success in itself. We’re not counting. We’re doing.”
In an effort to satirize the recent controversies regarding The Call of the Shofar, Yossi Berktin, a Chabad filmmaker and comedian, produced the following video featuring an interview with the leader of The Tent of Avraham, a (fictional) Jewish ‘health and happiness therapy spa.’
In anticipation of the United Lubavitcher Yeshiva Chinese Auction, which will take place January 19, Meir Kalmanson sets out to discover what is the best way to raise money for charity.
On Sunday evening thousands of listeners tuned in to a live broadcast with Rabbi Shea Hecht, which was organized by CrownHeights.info in order to bring clarity and closure amid the uproar over the infiltration of the Call of the Shofar ‘cult’ into our community.
The business partner of slain Chasidic landlord Menachem Stark, is “distraught” and “outraged” by a report that he may be considered a suspect in the recent murder of his friend, his lawyer told The Algemeiner on Tuesday.
When Mrs. Shulamis Saxon wrote a letter to the Rebbe just days before her Bas Mitzvah, instead of simply asking for a blessing, she decided that she would bless the Rebbe as well.
Real estate prices in Brooklyn’s booming neighborhoods could make it harder for drivers to find gas in the future. In Crown Heights, some are blaming the closure of two neighborhood gas stations in the past month on the rising rental market.
After Israeli veterinary authorities received a number of complaints, inspectors were dispatched to Kfar Chabad to check on the welfare of two donkeys owned by a local resident.