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Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Loss: Rabbi Reuvein Rapoport, OBM 
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Reuvein Rapoport, OBM, a devout Chosid and the patriarch of a large family of Chassidim and Shluchim all over the world. He was 87 years old.  The levaye took place on Erev Shabbos ■ more
    
 
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 26 Adar I, 5752: "This is for Your Love" 
Photograph: Excerpt from JEM clip
As we approach Chof-Zayin Adar I,  we present a collage of special encounters with the Rebbe during the “Sunday Dollars” the day previous, 26 Adar I, 5752 ■ To date, this was the last “Sunday dollars” distribution, until their anticipated resumption with the coming of Moshiach ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Yehoishophot Oliver
 Chof Zayin Adar I: Now the Job is Ours 
Many of the sichos in the years before 27 Adar contain clear hints of guidance for chassidim concerning the periods after 27 Adar and Gimmel Tammuz. What to do about not hearing the Rebbe was also forewarned. In the sicha of the parsha of Bo, shortly before 27 Adar, the Rebbe clearly alluded to the possibility of such a scenario, and taught the chassidim how to deal with it ■ more
    
 
The Chassidishe Parsha
 Maamar "Vayakhel Moshe", "V'eileh Pekudei" 
“Vayakhel Moshe…” This week’s portion, Vayakhel-Pekudei, reiterates the commandments to the Jewish people regarding the building of the Mishkan. The detailed instructions of the Mishkan are repeated three times in the Torah: Once regarding Hashem’s commandment to Moshe in Parshas Terumah, a second time, with Moshe’s commandments to the Jewish people in Parshas Vayakhel, and a third time regarding the actual building, also in Parshas Vayakhel ■ more
    
 
Der Rebbe Iz Gezunt!
 770, Chof Zayin Adar, 5752 
Chof Zayin Adar I
Chof Zayin Adar I

On Chof Zayin Adar I, 5752, our lives changed as the news came from the Ohel, where the Rebbe was davening for each and every one of us, together with Klall Yisroel. The Rebbe took upon himself our collective illnesses, and from then until today, we are doing everything in our power to be reunited with the Rebbe ■ more

    
 
Chof Hey Adar
 Yom Huledes: Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka 
Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka (Moussia) Schneerson was born in Babinovitch, near the Russian city of Lubavitch, on Shabbos, the 25th of Adar, in 5661. She was the second of three daughters of the Frierdiker Rebbe, and Rebbetzin Nechama Dina Schneersohn ■ more
    
 
An Everlasting Bond
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: When Chana brought her son, Shmuel, to Mishkan Shiloh, we learn from the text that she said: “For this child I prayed, and Hashem granted me the request that I asked of Him. And I have also lent him to Hashem; all the days of his life, he is ‘borrowed’ by Hashem ■ more

    
 
Leb'n Mit Moshiach
 Dedicating Special Talents to Hashem 
SPECIAL TALENTS SHOULD BE DEDICATED TO HASHEM:  In this week’s parsha (Vayakhel 35:26) the Torah says: “and all the women whose hearts uplifted them with wisdom spun the goat-hair.” Rashi exlains the meaning of “spun the goat-hair” that “this constituted a superior skill for they [the women] spun it on the backs of the goats ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm
 Singing and Dancing as a Jew 
Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm, dean of the successful and popular Online Smicha Program discusses how a Jew sings and dances ■  more
    
 
Got Bitachon?
 Bitochon: Tzedaka and Investments 
In his younger years, R' Mendel Futerfas was involved in business together with several other partners, and he did very well. There was just one thing that set him apart from his fellow business partners, and that was from all of the money he earned he would give everything that he didn't need away to tzedaka for Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim. As a result of this practice, when it came time to investing in the next business venture, he first needed to raise the necessary funds ■ more
    
 
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus
 A Small Bite of Shabbos Delight 

Shabbos is the 27th of Adar, marking 25 years (!)(5752-5777) since the Rebbe suffered a stroke at the Ohel. I had the zchus, the merit, that on three consecutive days, the 25th, 26th, and 27th of Adar 1, 5752- my Synagogue and activities received blessings from the Rebbe.On Shabbos 25 Adar 1, I was not in New York, but Rabbi Avrohom Korf, the Head Shliach to Florida, received a bottle of Mashke and blessings from the Rebbe ■ more

    
 
A Mentor and Friend
 The Rabbi of Idahos At-Risk Teens 
Photograph: Chabad.org
Shliach Rabbi Mendel Lifshitz started visiting Cherry Gulch, an Idaho-based therapeutic boarding school for boys, more than a decade ago. At the time, the school was looking for better ways to serve its Jewish students. The rest is history.These days Lifshitz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Idaho in Boise, makes the roughly hour-long drive to visit Jewish students on a weekly basis ■ more
    
 
PSA
 Tonight Eretz Yisroel Springs Forward 
Tonight at 2:00 AM, residents of Eretz Yisroel will move their clocks one hour ahead, springing forward ■ more
    
 
Leb'n Mit Moshiach
 The Rebbetzin Relates: A Shpatzir in Lubavitch 
The Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka hardly ever spoke about herself. However, the following short story about her childhood years in Lubavitch, she told quite often to several of her acquaintances: When we were children we often wanted “gein shpatziren” (to go for a stroll) in the streets of Lubavitch ■ more
    
 
Chassidim Ayn Mishpocho
 Henig - Gruzman Chasene Gallery 
Henig - Gruzman Chasene Gallery
Mazel Tov! Last night, Wednesday, the Henig (Yerushalayim) and Gruzman (Migdal) families, celebrated the marriage of their children HaTomim Levi and Rivkah. The chasene took place at the Bais Rivkah Hall in Kfar Chabad Bais. To the photo gallery
    
 
Investing Effort
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: In order for children and students (also called ) to turn out the way they should requires great efforts. Even if a person has children so well-disciplined that he can say just one word and it suffices, he should not think he has fulfilled his obligation. The fact that he has attentive children and influence over his students is a blessing ■ more

    
 

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