With sadness we inform you of the passing of R’ Elozor Kalman Tiefenbrun OBM, a talented artist who’s iconic paintings of the Rebbe grace the walls of many households, and who merited to special kiruvim from the Rebbe.
Daily Archives: January 31, 2018
G-d says in the book of Exodus: “All the diseases that I placed on Egypt, I will not place on you. I am G-d your Healer.” The verse, at first glance, seems contradictory. First G-d says that sickness will not come, but concludes the verse “I am G-d, your Healer,” implying that sickness may indeed come and He will heal it! The ambiguity can be explained as follows: When G-d brought the plagues to Egypt, He did so as a punishment for transgression. G-d informs the Jewish people that afflictions that come upon them will be of a different nature. Rabbi Pinchas Taylor reminds us that the afflictions will not be punishments per se; they will instead be curative wounds.
Honoring the Yom Tov of Tu B’shvat, the OTEG program organized an Exotic Fruit Exposition for the entire school.
Two sellout crowds enjoyed the first ever production by a boys school in Crown Heights. Titled “Generation Seven” the performance told some of the stories contained within the Maamar of Bosi Legani.
JLI presents its unique one-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message. This week’s video from Tu Bishvat is titled Roots of Faith
The first Imos U’Bonos of 5778, at the Chabad of Coral Springs, kicked off last Sunday with over 25 participants joining the program.