Weekly YouChasidic show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman (email@example.com) YouChasidic is produced and edited by Brad Richter at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts in Southfield, Michigan (248) 358-9000. YouChasidic is made possible in part by a grant from Alan and Lori Zekelman. Torah, Parsha, Rabbi, Chasidic, Kaballa, Don't Tell
Weekly YouChasidic show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman (firstname.lastname@example.org) YouChasidic is produced and edited by Brad Richter at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts in Southfield, Michigan (248) 358-9000. YouChasidic is made possible in part by a grant from Alan and Lori Zekelman. Torah, Parsha, Rabbi, Chasidic, Kaballa
Cain and Abel responded to the catastrophe of the expulsion from Eden in different ways: Cain became a farmer, focusing primarily on worldly pursuits, while Abel became a shepherd, preoccupied with the spiritual. Ultimately, neither worldview was sustainable.
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"Educating Jewish Women Across the Spectrum of Cultural and Social Diversity." The formation of Machon Chana in 1972 was inspired by the teachings of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The Rebbe envisions Jewish women as the fundamental, dynamic factor ensuring the continuity of the Jewish people and impacting the world at large. With great privilege, Machon Chana carries the name of the Rebbe's mother, Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson, obm.
Dear Friends,Now that we've all had a chance to take a closer look at the lives of our dear shluchim and the whole world got a firsthand look at their mesiras nefesh and devotion, I felt that we should salute and honor them. We should not have to wait for devastating tragedies to recognize the preciousness of the shluchim. We should not have to experience such heartbreak to awaken us to stand united and do all we can to bring Moshiach. I hope this song expresses how indebted the world is to our ...
Chanukah 2008 It was the bold encouragement offered by Moses to a nation yearning for freedom - Yes, we can. It was the phrase that kept our hopes alive during history's harshest times. Yes, we can. Yes, we can. It was spoken defiantly to those wishing to stamp out religious freedoms. Yes, we can. When triumph seemed beyond reach; God's miracle was not. In hidden caves, attics and cellars. His people courageously whispered: Yes, He can!!