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Weekly Story: I Took Care of What I Had To Do

As we just concluded Shavuos, where we vouched that our children will be taught the Torah and are a month before Yud Beis Tammuz, which happened because the Frierdiker Rebbe was insistent that young children be taught the Torah properly, I am posting an episode of the Frierdiker Rebbe’s life, which demonstrates the way he looked at educating every Jewish child. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.          

Shazak Parsha Post – Parshas Naso

Nazir: A New Spiritual Trend, Holy Blessings, Princes Contribute Custom Carts, Ads. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Naso”, and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.

Weekly Story: Matan Torah

This week I am posting some of my notes on the Frierdiker Rebbe, as it relates to Matan Torah, they are taken from the notes I have jotted down as I research his life for his two volume biography.

Shazak Parsha Post – Parshas Bamidbar

Census Taken… Again, Family Formations Formed, Kehas Clan Carry Covered keilim, and Ads. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Bamidbar”, and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.

8:00pm: If the “World Is Ready For Moshiach” Why Are We Still Suffering Tragedy After Tragedy?

The topics in this week’s 354th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: If the “World Is Ready For Moshiach” Why Are We Still Suffering Tragedy After Tragedy? What Does G-d Want of Us? What Is Bitachon in Face of Tragedy? How Can This Bring Us to Grow in Our Love, Unity, and Acceptance of Each Other? Is It Right to Blame Anyone for the Tragedy? Why Should Lack of Respect Be a Cause for Death? What Can We Learn From This Shavuos Being 3333 Years Since Matan Torah?

Weekly Story: Explaining a Tragedy

When I replied to those who reached out to me for an explanation on last weeks story, that we have to have faith, and it is something that can’t be explained, some of them replied, Rabbi, sorry to say but that is somewhat of a cop out. I will now try to explain why it is an answer and not a cop out.