Being that I am still in midst of Shiva for my sister Chaya Rivkah bas HaRav Meir, I wasn’t going to write something new, so therefore this week was going to be blank. Then as many people contacted the family because of last week’s story, I decided to post a story from my collection of my father’s stories.
In his weekly letter, Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski discusses Kosher Food in Judaism, and how by following the dietary laws we are elevating what we consume and use for holiness.
TEMPLE TRAGEDY!, Expert Educator Demonstrates Kosher, Alert: Pig Prankster on the Loose, and ads. Shazak has released a special edition of their weekly Parsha Post for Parshas Shemini and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.
Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, author and Chasidic historian shares interesting facts, many revealed for the first time. The purpose of his program is to inspire all but especially the youth. Watch another installment here on CrownHeights.info.
In lieu of the regular weekly story, which I was thinking of posting, about a birthday, as this Friday is my yom holedes, I am posting a tribute to my sister Chaya Rivkah bas HaRav Meir a”h, who passed away Wednesday morning the 18th of Nissan.
In his weekly letter, Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski discusses the Seudas Moshiach we hold to conclude Yom Tov, and how it is merely a ray of the future so that we do not become complacent with our present situation.
Almost three years ago producer and director, Chaim Hershkowitz sat down with Chanale Fellig-Harrel, the writer and composer of Bella Bracha to come up with an idea for the next video. Finally, Bella Bracha #3 has arrived.
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Birkat Kohanim on Chol Hamoed Pesach at the Kotel is an incredible event, with people usually packing the entire plaza and spilling into the surrounding area. This year, while still a massive event, the number of people allowed in was limited.
The Macabeats did it again, releasing a music video titled “Nirtzah: The Seder Finale”, an voice only medley of songs from the final portion of the Passover Seder.
When I wrote the book about the Slavita Brothers, I omitted the following story, which is oft-repeated in connection to their saga. (It is printed in Sippurei Chassidim and elsewhere).
In his weekly letter, Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski discusses freedom, and how personal freedom is self actualized
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws of the month of Nissan and the Yomtov of Pesach for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
Shaya is bringing something new and fresh to the music arena, something that wasn’t here until now, that something is Shaya’s very unique voice, therefore Shaya is giving us a little taste and is releasing this as his official first debut.
Master storyteller Rabbi Shalom Perl has released a new children’s story titled, “Seeing Things Right”. The story is available on Soundcloud, and on his website at RabbiPerlStories.com.
The topics in this week’s 349th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: How Do We Celebrate Yud Alef Nissan? When Did the Custom Begin to Compose a New Song in Honor of Yud Alef Nissan, and How Were the Songs Chosen? What Is the One Thing That Will Lead Us to the Geulah? What Are Some Practical Examples of How We Can Experience Pesach Transcendence in Our Daily Lives? Did 80% of the Jews Die in Egypt? And How Will It Be in the Coming Redemption? If Jews Are Inherently Good How Do You Explain Those That Were Architects of Stalin’s Gulags, Kapos or Part of the Yevsektziya?
Turn up the speakers while preparing for Pesach and let this exquisite song with a taste of yesteryear sweep you into the festive Yom Tov atmosphere. After all – whoever discusses (and sings about) Yetzias Mitzrayim – Herei Ze Meshuboch.