Marcheshvan

Letter from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rosh Chodesh MarCheshvan, 5743 (1982) – Marcheshvan 5776

In this letter, the Rebbe sets the tone for now that Tishrei is over, where do we go from here?

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Yechidus Klali with the Lubavitcher Rebbe- Marcheshvan 5776

Video of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 5749, addressing a group of overseas guests, who are returning home after spending Tishrei in Crown Heights

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The ABC’s for Living Inspired – Marcheshvan 5776

Going through the alphabet to find the words to get more out of life!

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Jewish Mother’s Day by Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh – Marcheshvan 5776

The 11th of Marcheshvan commemorates the day of the passing of our matriachs Rachel. In this article Rabbi Ginsburgh explains the significance of both the day and who Rachel was.

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A Year of Miracles – Rabbi Eitan Mualmi – Marcheshvan 5776

Rabbi Eitan Mualmi talks about his miraculous salvations - from the terrorist attack in Har Nof, from a heart attack eight months later and the operation he had to have because of it. And his advice is "never give up"

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The Muslim Spy Who Became A Jew – Marcheshvan 5775

Avraham Sinai was a Hezbollah informant who risked his life for Israel.

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“My City is Being Shelled” – Marcheshvan 5775

Chana Gopin Chabad Emissary to Lugansk, Ukraine, Relates Her Story

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Exercises to Release Stress – Mrs. Frumma Gottlieb – Marcheshvan 5775

Now that the cooking, cleaning and shopping for the holidays are over, time to release all the built up stress. Learn quick and easy techniques to help relieve stress with Fruma Gottlieb, that you can do anywhere.

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Trust Your Partner – Marcheshvan 5775

We can talk a lot about our faith in G-d and our trust in His goodness and benevolence. But do we put our money where our mouth is? Shemitta reminds us that on Mount Sinai we entered into a partnership with G-d.

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Shemittah – A Year of Faith – Marcheshvan 5775

This year is unique in that it is a Shemitta-sabbatical year.

As we enter the month of Marcheshvan, the Shemitta year kicks into gear. Find out what it's all about and how it applies in this day and age.

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