Saturday, / September 18, 2021
Articles Filed Under “Reflections”
A Light Goes Out: Reb Yoel Kahn (Kahan), 91
We mourn the passing of preeminent Chasidic scholar and teacher, Rabbi Yoel Kahan.
An Accounting of Love
Like all of us, I have tasted Egypt this year. I have borne the burden of worry; I have experienced the lack of control over…
Frissons Of Redemption
The theme of redemption is universal, and, perhaps this year more than ever, it resonates on many levels. Here, we invited some writers and poets…
“How Long Are You Going to Be On the Fence?”
Rabbi Yehoshua (Josh) Gordon, 66, Chabad representative of Encino, California since 1973, passed away on Chof Tes Shvat of 2016 after battling an illness. Tonight commemorates…
Remembering the Life of Rebbetzin Chaya Moussia Schneerson
Greatness comes in many forms. Often we imagine the character of a giant...
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…
A Song for the Insane
Chabad Shluchim tell us how the individual challenges they’ve navigated in their personal lives have inured them to the stress of uncertainty and self-isolation. To…
A Teacher In Israel: Rabbi Adin Even-Yisrael Steinsaltz, 83
We mourn the passing this morning of Rabbi Adin Even-Yisrael Steinsaltz.
Managing the stress of uncertainty
Chabad shluchim tell us how the individual challenges they’ve navigated in their personal lives have inured them to the stress of uncertainty and self-isolation. To…
A RAY OF LIGHT IN THE NIGHT
This past week was incredibly challenging for our family. As I have shared, my first cousin Rabbi Benny Wolff, Chabad rabbi in Hanover, tragically passed away…
Forever Young: On Marking Seventy Years
Professor Susan Handelman shares her reflections on turning seventy years old To Read The Full Magazine Story Log In Subscribe Subscriptions to read premium magazine…
Oxygen And Other Blessings
They started prepping me for transfer to the ICU. I started googling. Survival rate following organ failure is 50%.
Rabbi Leibel Groner, Long Time Aide of Rebbe
Over the course of nearly 40 years, Rabbi Groner was usually seen standing at the Rebbe’s side, managing the Rebbe’s private audiences, and later during…
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