Essays • 0 Comments
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.
The purity laws regarding earthen utensils and utensils of other materials reveal a deeper perspective of man.
Transcripts/Sources • 0 Comments
An excerpt from a letter by the Rebbe exploring the question of who we truly are beneath the surface.
Two great luminaries in the history of Chassidism were born on the 18th of Elul and in recent generations this date has been marked with significance.
This is a personal story of how Chassidic teachings revitalized one man’s life and his perspective on his relationship with his Jewish self.
The commandment of shemittah, which dictates that every seven years the land must rest, captures the essence of all mitzvot.
Chassidic explanation of the difference between the Spies and later the Tribes of Reuben and Gad who requested land east of the Jordan re divine sparks.
Shorts • 0 Comments
This parable of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson teaches us that everything we do and every step we take has the potential to be infused with spirituality.
This address by the Rebbe discusses how Korach erred by attempting to create perfection in an imperfect world..