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A video titled “With Goodness I Shall Sleep”, created as part of Mivtzah for a Yeshivas Kayitz Program, expounding on the importance of Krias Shema is fast becoming popular after making rounds on social media.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Matos-Massei. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can we be inspired to continue to grow?
As we continue through the summer months, when dressing modestly becomes a greater challenge, we present an op-ed by renowned author and educator Rabbi Moshe Wiener, who relates the Rebbe’s message as to whether dressing immodestly is a private matter, or something that negatively affects others.
The nurse entered the Frierdiker Rebbe’s study room and saw that the color in his face wasn’t its usual color, and he was sitting in his chair motionless. Going over to see that everything is alright, she was startled when he didn’t respond to her inquiries or any of the noise she intentionally created to get his attention.
By rewarding Pinchas, Hashem seems to be encouraging zealotry. As a Chabad Chosid, is there room for zealotry at all? Is zealotry a strength or a weakness? Rabbi Avrohom Brashevitzky, Shliach to Doral, FL, shares his thoughts on this week’s Parsha – Pinchas.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe preparing to exit a Farbrengen, circa 1971.
Is time travel possible? Its been a part of science fiction for centuries, but could it really occur? The nature of time is a fascinating topic that has been discussed since the days of the Greek philosophers. In the modern era, with a new look at the universe, the possibility of time travel is quickly moving from a science-fiction topic to something within the realm of possibility.
Rabbi Sholom Blank is a Chabad Shliach in Miami, Florida, known for his expertise in the Jewish laws surrounding the building of an Eruv. He was interviewed in the My Encounter studios in November of 2016.
One of the tragedies that is commemorated on the fast of 17 Tammuz is the breaking of the luchos by Moshe. In this short video, My Judaism makes one of the most fundamental lessons chassidus teaches about the luchos clear for people from all walks of life.
We present a collection of stories renowned author Bentzion Elisha recently heard by a Farbrengen with Rabbi Nachman Twersky, which he wrote up with the intention of sharing them with the community.
JLI presents its unique one-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from the weekly Parsha. This week’s video for Parshas Pinchas is titled: A Full Moon.
JEM presents a playlist of videos surrounding Shiva Asar B’Tammuz and the days of mourning for the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash. As we begin the “Three Weeks,” we Daven for these days to be transformed from sadness into joy with the arrival of Moshiach speedily.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Pinchas. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How should one judge others?
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws and customs of the fast of the 17th of Tammuz and the three weeks for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
Reb Chaim Zalman’s son, Reb Mottel, lived in close proximity to him and would visit his father at least three times a day. Once in the morning, to help his father get up, dressed, put on tefillin and eat. Once in the afternoon to see how he is faring and if he needs anything, etc., and finally in the evening to make sure the attendant gave him his medications and help him get ready for the night.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe during a Yechidus, circa mid 1970s.
The story of the Frierdiker Rebbe’s arrest and interrogation in 1921 in the city of Rostov-on-Don (which occurred prior to his arrest, exile and liberation in 1927) became well-known in the early 1940s, and has been a source of powerful inspiration ever since. But few people know why the Frierdiker Rebbe chose to have it transcribed and translated to English.
Tzivos Hashem presents this video of a cyber-rally for Jewish children all over the world that took place today, led by Rabbi Shimi Weinbaum, part of which was the airing of the 6th episode of ‘A Quest for Oiz,’ as well as the story of Yud Beis Tammuz related by master storyteller Rabbi Yitzy Erps.
After being freed from prison on yud beis Tammuz, The Frierdikker Rebbe told of a meditation he said he had used to manage to get through his ordeal in prison. But why would the Freirdikke Rebbe need help to make it though? Surely he was aware that everything Hashem does is ultimately for his best interest? Rabbi Yisroel Glick explains.
Rabbi Nochum Stilerman has raised over $400 million for various Jewish causes over the past 50 years. He lives in Jerusalem, Israel, where he was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in March of 2016.
12-13 Tammuz this year marks 90 years since the Previous Rebbe was released from imprisonment in Soviet Russia. 12 Tammuz, the day he received official notice of his release, was also Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak’s 47th birthday.