B’nei Yisrael sang Az Yashir back then, are the details still relevant today? What are the eternal lessons from this song for our Emunah in hashem? How can we as Chassidim be inspired from the messages of this great song? Rabbi Avrohom Brashevitzky, Shliach to Doral, FL, shares his thoughts on this week’s Parsha – Beshalach.
Daily Archives: February 10, 2017
It’s that time of year again; The CTeen International Shabbaton, the largest youth Shabbaton in the country, is less than three weeks away. What began nine years ago with forty-teens has expanded to 1,516 set to arrive this year, iy’h. When calculated with chaperones, and staff, the number jumps to a whopping 2,034 participants, making this the largest Shabbaton to be hosted in Crown Heights to date.
On 22 Shevat 5748, the Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka passed away. The Rebbetzin devoted her entire life to the Rebbe and his Chassidim, but her modesty meant that only when the Rebbe began to publicly speak about her, did many begin to appreciate her true greatness. After her passing, the Rebbe urged Chassidim to apply these lessons in their own lives.
After introducing himself, Reb Mordechai handed to the Rebbe the letters that he was given by the chassidim in New York. The Rebbe picked up the letters and Reb Mordechai began trembling. He noticed that the color of the Rebbe’s face was constantly changing from letter to letter. This was a phenomenon that he had never witnessed by any of the other numerous Tzaddikim he had been in contact with and he recognized that this was a different kind of reading that he had witnessed until now by others.
Students of the Yeshiva Gedolah of Melbourne (YG) put on Tefilin with a fellow Jew amidst an anti-Israel protest in the city center.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Yisroel Fried, Shliach of the Rebbe to the Upper West Side, will lead a discussion on the topic: Zmanim in Halacha.
A Chasidic man from Williamsburg got first class service today when his car got stuck on a Westchester roadway, with Governor Andrew Cuomo himself pulling the stranded motorist out of a snowy ditch.
Officials are investigating after a Jewish student at the University of Minnesota discovered horrifying anti-Semitic drawings on the white board in his dorm room. According to Rabbi Yitzi Steiner, co-director of the Chabad U of M, this is the second anti-Semitic incident in two weeks.
On Monday, Yud Shvat, Bais Rivkah High School students enjoyed a full day program delving into the life and teachings of our Rebbe and exploring how to strengthen our Hiskashrus.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe singing at a Farbrengen, circa 1970s.
Just over a week after a New York State Education Department spokesman defended its decision to include content that some felt cast Israeli soldiers in a negative light on a recent statewide test, the agency has backpedaled and apologized for the political cartoon.