Tuesday, 7 Adar, marks both the birth and passing of Moses. But how should his life be celebrated?
Highlights from 770 – Raw. Morning services with the Lubavitcher Rebbe in exceptionally high quality.
You're always accompanied by God.
Rabbi Yeshua Hadad (1936-2017) served as a community rabbi in Milan for over fifty years. He was interviewed in Jerusalem in August of 2012.
Mrs. Rivka Feldman shares a fascinating piece of advice she received from the Rebbe on the key to a Jew's happiness. Share with your friends and family: bit.ly/MyEncounter-OurStory
Rabbi Simcha Raz is the author of A Tzaddik in Our Time: The Life of Rabbi Aryeh Levin, as well as a number of books about Jewish leaders. He was interviewed in his home in Jerusalem in August of 2010.
Hey JEM Team, Here’s a picture that will make you guys happy. It’s a photo that I took of the lobby wall at the Shoshanat Yerushalayim seminary in Jerusalem. In honor of Yud Shevat, all the students hung up photos of their relatives and school staff visiting the Rebbe. They branded the project after JEM’s … Continue reading A Letter to JEM’s Inbox:
At a Farbrengen celebrating the 15th of Shevat, the Rebbe highlights a lesson to learn from a tree's planting.
The efforts of a human being are much the same. If your effort doesn’t bear immediate results, do not fret, you might be engaged in ‘planting,’ where the ultimate reward might take longer to materialize, but will be infinitely greater.
After heading the office of Rabbi Betzalel Zolty, the former chief rabbi of Jerusalem, Rabbi Avraham Backenroth went on to work as a rabbinical court representative and musician. He resides in Bnei Brak, where he was interviewed in April of 2015.