Continue reading A Chain Reaction Of Light
My mother in law, Esther Wineberg, of blessed memory, was involved in Mivtza Neshek (the Lighting of Shabbat and Holiday Candles’ Project for women and girls).
Continue reading Second Short Story!
This story happened when we moved to Toronto about thirty five years ago. We were a young couple sent by the Rebbe on Shlichut to Toronto. In those early days, we were trying everything we could, we were waiting for “business”.
Continue reading The Rebbe’s Triplets
From the time my husband and I got married in 1986, we wanted children, but five years passed and I had still not gotten pregnant. Naturally, we sought medical advice, but the doctors had nothing to tell us because they could find nothing wrong. Everything was fine – there was no reason why I shouldn’t get pregnant.
Continue reading All About Rabbi Aryeh Levin*
“My grandfather lived in one small room on the street that now bears his name. In my teens I was privileged to stay with him there during several summers when I came to Israel. It was then that I decided to try to emulate him in every way I could.
Continue reading The Rebbe Helps After Gimmel Tammuz
Yehuda Landau was born and raised in the city of Bahia Blanca, a resort city in southern Argentina. The Jewish community there was very assimilated, and Yehuda received very little Jewish education.
Continue reading Rabbi Herschel Schacter* Helps A Jew Come Back To His Roots
Rabbi Herschel Schacter* was a prominent American Rabbi with a distinguished career in the rabbinate and in public Jewish life. During WWII, he was a chaplain in the third Army’s VIII Corps and was the first US Army Chaplain to participate in the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp shortly after it had been liberated by General George S. Patton’s troops on April 11, 1945.
It was mid-afternoon, erev Pesach, Friday, April 4, 1958, a few hours to go till the holiday officially began.
When the Rebbe announced about mivtza Neshek, lighting the Shabbat and Holiday candles, Rabbi Ben Tzion Grossman merited to be in Yechidut by the Rebbe.