Operation Survival discusses how to define success in the classroom with Shimon Waronker, Ed.D for the prevention 101 series. Dr. Waronker received his BA from the Univ. of Maryland; and Ph.D. from Harvard. He is the former Principal of the Jordan L. Mott School, S. Bronx.
In the shiur Tanya of this week the Alter Rebbe discusses how will the halachos be in the days of Moshiach, may it be speedily in our days. Learning it, I was reminded of the following story. Your feedback is always appreciated.
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Rabbi Baruch Wilhelm is an expert scribe, writing Torah scrolls, tefillin and mezuzot. His highly emotional interview, which was conducted in Hebrew, was recorded at his home in Nachlat Har Chabad, Kiryat Malachi, Israel, in July of 2016.
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During the numerous fabrengens of Simcha Beis Hashoeiva, which were arranged, one of them was for melamim (educators). I am posting one of the inspiring thoughts that was mentioned there by Rabbi Mendel Gordon of London. While it was for melamdim it is applicable to everyone, as indeed each parent is the main educator in their home.
Meir Michel Abehsera, whom the Rebbe famously instructed to whistle during a farbrengen, wrote a book at the Rebbes request. The Possible Man was published in limited quantities. Today, those original copies can sell for hundreds of dollars as the Abehsera family has just relaunched the book on Amazon.
While I wasn’t planning on posting anything this week as it is chol hamoed and Simchas Beis hashoieva, however, during some farbrengens I mentioned something that I thought was known, but people were surprised that no one else mentioned it. Evidently it is not well-known. So I thought that many may find the following observation, important.
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Maggid Shiur in Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws of Sukkos (up to – but not including – Hoshanah Rabbah), including the laws of building a Sukkah and selecting the Daled Minim, for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
Erev Yom Kippur is a very busy day. There are many customs associated with this day. For the Rebbe, all of these were centered around giving to the Chassidim.
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws and customs of Kapparos, Erev Yom Kippur and Yom Kippur for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
The Jerusalem Kosher Cafe, which originally was located on Broadway in Manhattan, has moved to a larger two floor location on the same block. The Cafe, which is a Dairy restaurant, holds an OK Kosher certification.
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws and customs of the month of Elul (up to but not including the period of Selichos) for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
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.
Otwok Poland (pronounced Otvotzk), one home to Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim had swastikas painted on a memorial for the victims of the Holocaust.
“Berel,” the 5th track of Motty’s Ilowitz’s recent album 5778, is a music video single in Yiddish that highlights the personal struggle of a parent with an overactive son.
In a new age method of Pirsumei Nisa, Comedians Menachem Silverstein (@MenachemSilverstein) and Menachem Kashanian (@MenachemK) took social media by storm as they teamed up with one of the biggest web-stars @KingBach (who currently has 16.9 million followers on Instagram) to spread the light of Chanukah like never before.
A new single and music video released by Shmueli Ungar stems from a cancelled concert and brings music to life. Its theme, no matter what happens, no matter the curves life throws our way, Hashem is the one in charge, all we have to do is keep the faith.
Courtesy of Rabbi Garelick of Sichosacademy.org, we present a series on Halochos of Chanukkah. In this article he discusses what to prepare before Chanukah begins.
A young, up and coming musician and singer, Yosef David has released a new song called Bad Days. The song brings you through the roller coaster of personal relationships. Showing you how to overcome your bad days.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe giving out dollars for Tzedakah to Shluchim after a Machane Yisrael Development Fund yechidus.
by: Rabbi Naftali Estulin Click Here for a PDF version of this edition of Here’s My Story, or visit the My Encounter Blog. I was born in Russia right after World War Two ended. It was very hard being Jewish under the […]
We present a video release by JEM on the topic of Security and Solidarity. The excerpts are from a talk by the Rebbe following the raid on Entebbe to free hostages taken during the hijacking of an Air France flight from Tel Aviv in the summer of 1976.
In this weeks JLI video, Rabbi Yossi Jacobson teaches us seven lessons for life, from a thief.