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Articles Filed Under “Rebbe”
Connecticut Senate Pays Tribute to the Rebbe
Reps from the State’s 26 Chabad Centers Gather in Capitol for Tribute, Celebration of Jewish Spirit
A Philosophy of Servant Leadership
Today, 3 Tammuz, we present the first of 12 essays that were published in the Lubavitch International Journal, Thirty Years: A Deeper Look, honoring the…
Letters for Life: Book Explores the Rebbe’s Insights on Emotional Health
The Story of Fighter Pilot Lt. Col Menachem Eini and the Rebbe
The Rebbe’s Yahrzeit
The life of a tzaddik is not a life of the flesh, but a spiritual life consisting wholly of faith, awe, and love of G‑d.
Any Given Sunday
Sunday Dollars became an institution in itself. In order to maintain an ample supply of newly minted dollar bills, I arranged with the Federal Reserve…
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, A Master of the Spirit
What was it about the Rebbe, I am often asked, that set him apart as the Jewish leader par excellence of our generation?
30 Years Later, the Rebbe’s Legacy Continues
Rebbe’s 30th Yahrtzeit Marked in Communities Around the World
Parting Words
In the Spring of 1977, I was working on my PhD in English literature, at the State University of New York at Buffalo when I…
Reflections On Leadership
How would the Rebbe bring healing to survivors nursing shame and insecurity, wanting to hide their identity, to forget, to be left alone in their…
10 Shevat: Different Time, Different Place, Same Message
These words are foundational to the activities spawned by the Rebbe over the course of his lifetime, which continue today: Love of G-d, love of…
Hundreds of Family Members of Hostages Pray for their Return at the Ohel
On Trip Courtesy of Chabad in Israel, Family Members are Uplifted and Inspired, Pray Together for Their Loved Ones Still in Gaza
Remembering the Rebbe’s Father
The 20th of Av (corresponding this year to August 7) marks 79 years since the passing of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson (1878-1944), father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Rabbi…
Review: My Quarrel With Hersh Rasseyner by Chaim Grade
The year is 1948. Two Holocaust survivors run into each other on a Paris subway. Though each had assumed the other was killed in the…
A Bed, a Table, a Chair and a Lamp
The Rebbe did not hold press conferences nor grant press interviews. So reporters would usually be directed to my office where I did my best…
The Rebbe: He Wanted to Change Human Nature
How would the Rebbe pick up the reins in the aftermath of the Holocaust that left the Jewish people diminished by a third--millions exterminated by…
An Interview with the Rebbe’s Doctor – Dr. Ira Weiss
Dr. Ira Weiss, Senior Attending Cardiologist at Evanston Hospital in Evanston, IL, was called in to attend to the Lubavitcher Rebbe after he suffered a…
Lessons We Live With: One Person, Cosmic Impact
Ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitch.com asked Shluchim to share a teaching of the Rebbe that informs their approach to shlichus, and their lives.
Lessons We Live With: An Infinite Reservoir
Ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitch.com asked Shluchim to share a teaching of the Rebbe that informs their approach to shlichus, and their lives.
Lessons We Live With: Moshe’s Sheep
Ahead of Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitch.com asked Shluchim to share a teaching of the Rebbe that informs their approach to shlichus, and their lives.
Better Than Birthday Cake
Chabad communities around the world are launching a truly ambitious 1,210 new institutions.
Congress Honors Lubavitcher Rebbe at Washington DC Conference
At the Living Legacy Conference, U.S. Senators and Government Officials set politics aside to honor the life work of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
The Rebbe Created a Culture
It is easier, of course, to stay within our safe spheres. So we speak mostly of the Rebbe’s love and acceptance. But that doesn’t convey…
Gravesite of Rebbe’s Father Designated National Heritage Site
On the rabbi’s 76th yahrtzeit, Kazaky officials and US Commissioner designate National Heritage status
Forever Young: On Marking Seventy Years
Professor Susan Handelman shares her reflections on turning seventy years old
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