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Simon Jacobson introduces Dr. Elie Wisel at the 2nd Annual Gershon Jacobson Memorial Lecture, a moving Holocaust tribute…
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The difference between an ‘intellectual’ and a ‘server’ is the difference between being impressive & getting somewhere, according to the Rebbe Rashab.
The physical and spiritual nature of shoes, which serve as a shield between man and earth, are examined from a Chassidic viewpoint.
Each and every creation, no matter how material and mundane, has at its heart a spark of holiness that needs to be elevated.
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Discover how the unity of G-d can infiltrate even the most mundane of activities.
Spiritual and material principles are discussed in the context of laws of shechitah (slaughtering), as well as Chassidic perspectives of man.
Rain is an expression of human initiative and endeavor; the reflection enables us to answer Divine light in our lives with the product of our own potential.
One of the great chassidic masters once said: A chassid should be capable of the following three feats…
The heel, that which is stepped on everyday. Said Rabbi Banaah at the tomb of Adam: “I looked at his two heels, and they shone like suns”..
This is a personal story of how Chassidic teachings revitalized one man’s life and his perspective on his relationship with his Jewish self.