One of the Rebbe’s most famous campaigns is Shleimus Haaretz, the call for Eretz Yisroel to remain complete and secure. In countless sichos, the Rebbe addressed the issue time and again, calling on the leaders of the Israeli government to chart a path that would lead them to be safe, strong, and following Hashem’s directives.
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Shabbos Chazon was often a very uplifting experience in the Rebbe’s presence. Especially when Tisha B’av occurred on Shabbos and the fast was postponed to Yud Av; the simcha then was even greater. But the events of Shabbos Chazon and Tisha B’Av (nidche) 5751 were of an entirely different caliber.
From A Chasidisher Derher, Av 5778.
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“When the image of one’s Rebbe, nesi doreinu, stands before him—all the challenges preventing him from fulfilling his Rebbe’s shlichus happily, or from fulfilling the shlichus at all, are completely annulled.
From A Chassidisher Derher Shevat 5776.
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A Chassidisher Derher sat down with a number of Chassidim, shluchim and baalei batim, to hear about their Rambam experience and to receive their advice, tips and inspiration.
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This Chof-Ches Sivan marks 80 years since the arrival of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin to the shores of the United States. The Rebbe explained that this day commemorates much more than the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s personal deliverance from the hands of the Nazis. It marks the beginning of a new era and a new stage in hafatzas hamaayanos.
To get a better grasp on what that means and to understand how it is relevant to us, we sat down for a farbrengen with Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Gourarie of Yeshivas Lubavitch Detroit, and noted author, lecturer and Chabad.org editor, Rabbi Tzvi Freeman.
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Listen to a gripping description of Shavuos with Rabboseinu Nesieinu.
"The Rebbe sensed my wonder and said, "I am not yet down from the mountain [Har Sinai]. We will discuss these financials in a few days.""
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Listen to an eye-opening account of the history of Tahalucha.
"Leave your own turf, your own comfort zone, and stand up in front of a crowd, who may or may not be familiar with Chassidus and Lubavitch, in order to proudly share a vort of Chassidus. When someone once commented to the Rebbe that tahalucha, “is something that only Lubavitchers can do,” the Rebbe became very emotional, wiping his eyes."
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Listen to a description of the various Lag B'omer parades that took place throughout the years, including a glimpse into some of the behind-the-scenes preparations and the maanos and hora’os received from the Rebbe regarding the parades.
In the summer of 5780, a family from Fort Washington, PA, started planning their aliya to Eretz Yisroel, when one problem after the next started piling up. Seeing their predicament, their shliach suggested they pay a visit to the Rebbe’s Ohel…
As we approach the auspicious day of Yud-Aleph Nissan, A Chassidisher Derher sat down with three Chassidim who merited to be in the Rebbe’s presence over different years, sharing recollections of personal “moments” during a Yud-Aleph Nissan they merited to experience in the Rebbe’s presence.
Listen to a Yoman from Pesach 5732.
"To everyone’s great surprise, there was no word about the time for Mincha. This was a sign that there would be a farbrengen in the afternoon; something that had never happened before on the first day of Pesach."
An in-depth exploration of the history of name-giving, it's significance, power and potency.
"A name influences a person, for better or for worse. This is why we must exercise the power we have to give a child a good name."
Relive Adar with the Rebbe in a tangible way. From The Rebbe's calls at the Tzivos Hashem rally to the Purim farbrengen. This Yoman brings these events to life.
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Listen to a gripping description of the events surrounding the original Chof-Beis Shevat, a time period forever engraved in the hearts and minds of Chassidim. This account is based on diaries of various bochurim who were present at that time.
From A Chassidishe Derher, Shevat 5778.
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