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The Principles of Education & Guidance is a compelling treatise that examines the art of educating. In this thought provoking analysis, the Rebbe teaches how to assess the potential of any pupil, and ... more>
The publication of Studies in Rashi aims to open this unique dimension of the Rebbe`s scholarship to the ever-growing numbers of English speaking students aspiring to serious textual study. ... more>
Chasidic discourses by the sixth leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of blessed memory. This volume contains the discourses delivered or written by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak ... more>
Shaar Hakollel by Rabbi Avraham Dovid Lavut Shaar Hakollel is the earliest and most definitive work on the Siddur of the Alter Rebbe, R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi. Authored by the Rebbe’s great-... more>
What's In a Flame? The Chanukah discourse Ki Atah Neri from Shaarei Orah employs the multiple images of the lamp, the oil, the wick and the different hues of the flame in order to express profound gui... more>
Transcriptions of the talks by the fifth leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, at various Farbrengens (gatherings) on special days of the year, with a detailed index.... more>
The series Likkutei Torah-Torat Shmuel contains the Chasidic discourses of the fourth leader of Chabad, Rabbi Shmuel, the Rebbe Maharash. The present volumes cover the discourses delivered during the ... more>
Chasidic discourses by the fifth leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, delivered during the year 5671 (1910-11). In the year 5672, Rabbi Shalom DovBer commenced his famous se... more>
What exactly is the milah covenant and what does it signify? The founder of the Chabad movement, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, delivered the text of this discourse in 1802 to probe the deeper, mystic... more>
Originally delivered by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah in 5634 (1873). The discourse’s main theme is the cosmic impact of performing the m... more>
Chasidic discourses by the fifth leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, delivered during the year 5680 (1920). The discourses of Rabbi Shalom DovBer are distinctive in their sys... more>
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G-d told Moses, "I will dwell among Israelites."
We might think that only righteous and holy people can create a physical sanctuary for the Divine presence. Yet the Torah makes it clear that the Tabernacle was built by every man, women, and child, regardless of their spiritual status.
This was possible only because of the giving of the Torah, when G-d made His essence--which transcends the limitations of the natural order--the inner essence of every Jew. On account of our inner Divine essence, we remain inwardly true to our Divine nature even when we appear not to be focused on holiness. At our core, our truest and purest desire is to be one with G-d and fulfill His will.
Thus, even a Jew who appears to be self oriented is capable of building a dwelling for G-d. Every one of us has the capacity to transform the world into a place about which G-d can say: "I will dwell there, among you."