When the holy words flow from on high, sometimes the ink doesn’t have time to dry.
Rabbi Dovber was born on 9 Kislev 5534 (1773) in Belarus. Known as the Mitteler Rebbe (“Middle” Rebbe), he succeeded his father as the Rebbe of Chabad. The Mitteler Rebbe relocated to the village of Lubavitch, where he taught some of the most esoteric, complex, and intricate Chassidic thought and philosophy. The Mitteler Rebbe passed away on the same day of his birth, 9 Kislev, 5588 (1827).
This manuscript was penned by the second Chabad Rebbe’s (Rabbi Dovber Schneerson, the Mitteler Rebbe), and it includes the conclusion of a discourse delivered by his father, Rabbi Schneur Zalman on Shabbat Parshat Va’eirah 5568.Read More