Before he left this world, Reb Shlomo of Karlin told his disciples that after his passing they should visit Reb Mordechai of Neshchiz and accept him as their Rebbe. Continue reading R’ Shlomo Of Karlin…
…Reb Elchonon continued his holy work, bringing young Jewish children into the Covenant of Avraham. A certain bris he performed soon created a sensation in Homel. Continue reading A Bris In Homel
In honor of my dear father’s a’h birthday 3rd Cheshvan, whose MM stories are the inspiration for these stories.
The Baal Shem Tov would visit a certain village annually where he would be the guest of a certain rich man who lived in this city.
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It was late in the afternoon when Rebbe Shmuel, the Maharash, accompanied by his two gabbaim arrived in Paris, France. The purpose of the trip was still unclear to the two escorts. Before leaving, the Rebbe told them only where they would be going.
The Alter Rebbe, author of the Tanya, while still a student of the Maggid of Mezritch, heard his master relate a tale of his master, the holy Baal Shem Tov. Before the Baal Shem Tov became famous it was his custom to wander from town to town and village to village dressed as a simple villager.
The Baal Shem Tov once gathered a select group of his students and announced to them: “Come, I will show you a true ‘machnis orach’ – someone who sincerely and with his whole heart welcomes guests into his home.”
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My family’s connection with the Rebbetzin* goes back 50 years when my father became seriously ill.
A certain Belzer chosid is the owner of a wedding hall. Once a young man came to see the owner. He asked to reserve a date for his upcoming wedding.