A few weeks ago I wrote about the summer that I went on Merkos Shlichus, and the feedback demonstrated that there is an interest in reading happenings of the present, as well as of the past, so I decided to begin this week’s post with a story that took place during that summer of 5738 (1978).
Daily Archives: July 17, 2020
As we navigate the current epidemic and resulting economic crisis, Lahak releases a new letter in their weekly Hisvaadus booklet where the Rebbe associates one individual’s economic scarcity with a “spiritual debt.”
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $949,000. Negotiable
As the Beis Chaya Mushka building in Paris remains devoid of people due to COVID-19, renovations have begun in preparation for the upcoming school year.
In the past three months, while finding ways to stay sane, the N’shei Chabad Mivtzoim Committee (NCMC) faced a monumental challenge and wondered; How can we continue doing Mivtzoim while quarantining in our homes? With creativity and willpower, they managed to bring smiles to thousands of people.
Chabad of Hackensack has brought a positive message to the masses in a “back to the basics” form, a massive billboard. The board overlooks the large I-80 highway as it passes through New Jersey, proclaiming the ever relevant old saying, “Think good, it will be good.”
A Lubavitcher Yungerman in Crown Heights has created a blog focused on financial assistance available for the COVID-19 pandemic. The website covers the basic stimulus benefits and opportunities, and features articles and instructions on how to maneuver through the bureaucratic process.
After two wildly successful years of JewQ competitions in North America and Europe, the program is launching in Australia, where close to 200 children from nine Chabad Hebrew Schools are uniting for their first Torah championship.
Rabbi Shneur Simcha and Moussia Landa have directed Chabad on Campus in Netanya, a seafront city in central Israel just North of Tel Aviv, for the last seven years. One of the rabbi’s greatest honors during that time, he says, was conducting marriage ceremonies for graduates that he and his wife had mentored at their Chabad House.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he greets a supported of Lubavitch of Michigan.