Reb Berel replied, “If the Rebbe instructs me to jump off the roof, I will do so. However, if the Rebbe instructs me to jump from the ground on to the roof, as much as I would like to fulfill the Rebbe’s desire, it is an impossibility and can’t be done.”
Daily Archives: November 18, 2016
“It has come to our attention that our Chulent Mix date code # 091218 as well as #090518 and # 090522 has been found to have some instances of infestation,” wrote an executive of the Kedem company, which markets foods under the Gefen brand.
A slew of google users, including one vocal Lubavitcher, were cut off from all their Google accounts as “punishment” for reselling a Pixel phone, which violates Google’s policies, reports the Associated Press.
The family of 4-year-old Dinush Rivkin, who has suffered since birth from a rare condition called Esophageal Atresia, happily accepts a check for over one and a half million Shekels that was raised from generous donors all over the world, which will help pay for specialized surgery that may cure her at a hospital in the United States.
On Monday evening, a gathering will be held to commemorate the Shloshim of a beloved father, husband and member of the Crown Heights community, Reb Mendel Brikman, OBM, who passed away last month after a prolonged illness.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Efraim Mintz, Executive Director of the JLI, will lead a discussion on the topic of Chof Cheshvan.
The new winter season of Avos U’bonim kicked off this past Motzoai Shabbos Vayera at the Tzemach Tzedek Shul in Monsey.
Is hosting friends considered “Hachnasas Orchim”? Do I really need to go “all out” for this Mitzva? What if the guests are not as pleasant and “fun” for my liking? Is it a “Chassidishe thing” to be into this Mitzva? Rabbi Avrohom Brashevitzky, Shliach to Doral, FL, shares his thoughts on this week’s Parsha – Vayeira.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe during a Farbrengen, circa early 1960s.
In the wake of the sudden and shocking passing of R’ Moty Scheinfeld OBM, his wife Aliza shared a hearfelt letter of thanks and encouragement of perserverance with community.