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 Mivtza Tefillin: The Rebbe Clarifies 
After the Rebbe initiated “mivtza Tefillin” – encouraging Jews world-wide to put on Tefillin, thereby helping our brethren in Eretz Yisrael, there were questions asked to which the Rebbe responded in detail ■ more
Rabbi Raphael Tennenhaus
 A Small Bite of Shabbos Delight 
THE MOSHIACH WATCH: In this weeks' Parsha, the spies brought back an "evil report" about the land of Israel. Commentaries and Chassidus explain that the ambivalence to enter Israel was because many were of the feeling, that the physical land of Israel, which required sowing and plowing the land, would take people away from Torah and holiness. The spies erred in their reasoning ■ more
A Greater Influence
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: We see tangibly how it is often possible to exert a greater influence on one’s children through friends than is possible through direct influence, even from the closest family members ■ more

Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Loss: Mrs. Tzipora Heber, OBM 
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Tzipora Heber, OBM, daughter of noted Chossid Rabbi Meir Blizinsky, and matriarch of a large family of Chassidim and Shluchim. She was 90 years old. Mrs. Heber served with her husband, Reb Yisroel Tzvi Heber, as Shluchim of the Rebbe in Bucharest, Romania, for over 10 years, with great self-sacrifice ■ more
AD MOSAI? Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Tragedy: Miss Chana Zirkind, OB"M 
With much pain and sadness we report the very untimely passing of Chana Zirkind,OB"M, at the age of 24. Chana, daughter of Rabbi Yehoshua Shlomo OB"M and Mrs. Sora Zirkind, Shluchim to Eretz HaKodesh, of Ramot, Yerushalayim. The levaye took place today, Wednesday, in Yerushalayim ■ more
"Pilot" Tzivos Hashem
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: As an educator, you know that children need motivation, but that is only one aspect of the problem. The most important aspect, in my opinion, in this day and age, is the lack of Kabolas Ol [acceptance of the yoke], not only of Ol Malchus Shomayim [the yoke of the sovereignty of Heaven], but also general insubmission to authority, including the authority of parents at home and of teachers in school, and the authority of law and order in the street ■ more

Readying for CGI Global LIVE Rally
 Kids to "Board Planes" to Greet Moshiach 
Prepare for takeoff! This summer, campers will fly high at all new exciting LIVE rally for Camp Gan Israel’s around the globe. On Wednesday, 11 Tammuz at 1:30pm EST, thousands of CGI campers and counselors will “board planes” for a journey like no other—to greet Moshiach. The opportunity will enable children to experience, perhaps for the first time, the joy of being part of the global Jewish community ■ more
Girona Hosts Regional Kinus
 48 Shluchim from 48 Countries Convene 
Shluchei Adoneinu "To Bring Moshiach Tzidkeinu"
Shluchei Adoneinu "To Bring Moshiach Tzidkeinu"
48 Shluchim from 25 countries in Europe and Central Africa, all of whom serve small and isolated Jewish communities on their own, met on Sunday in the city of Girona, Spain ■ This Kinus was a first of its kind, enabling the Shluchim from smaller countries to partake in a more local, regional one ■ more
 Tanya Perek 53: Siyum at The Ohel 
Shturem.org readers studied Tanya in English for the past 52 weeks, with Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz. Last week, Rabbi Minkowicz celebrated the chasene of his daughter in Crown Heights, and completed the study of the Sefer shel Beinonim at the Ohel. Don't miss this historic and emotional shiur ■ Special thanks to David Perez for videotaping the shiur ■ Mazel Tov to Rabbi Minkowicz in the name of the Shturem readership ■ more
Got Bitachon?
 Trust in Hashem.. not in Man 
There were times in history that people would approach a Rebbe for salvation and the Rebbe would be sure to make the point that the salvation is from Hashem, and not from any other supposed source. One such incident occurred as follows ■ more
Entire Family Benefits
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: Inasmuch as all members of a Jewish family constitute one body, it is clear that an additional effort by one member of the family in matters of Torah and Mitzvos is of benefit to all the family. This is particularly true in the case of parents who, in any case, have to set an example of high standards ■ more

Picture of the Day - Portugal
 Rabbi Kotlarsky & Shliach Meet Mayor 
On Friday, Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky of Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch and Rabbi Eli Rosenfeld, the Shliach to Portugal, met with Mr. Carlos Carrères, mayor of Cascais, a city in the center of Portugal, a luxury suburb of Lisbon ■ The visit to Portugal was the first stop before of the European and central Africa regional Kinus which started today in Girona, Spain ■ more
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz
 Tanya Perek 52: Connecting to Hashem 
Study Tanya in English with Shliach Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz's weekly shiur Tanya. In Perek 52, we learn about the path connecting to Hashem ■ more
Boruch Dayan Hoemes
 Loss: Mrs. Miriam Tzimmel Friedman OBM, 
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Mrs. Miriam Tzimmel Friedman OBM, longtime Crown Heights resident and matriarch to an illustrious Lubavitch family. She was 101 years old. The levaya will take place tomorrow, Monday, time will be posted when they are announced ■ more 
The Chassidishe Parsha
 Maamar "Behaaloscha Es Haneiros.. 
This week’s Parsha, Parshas Behaaloscha discusses a most peculiar episode that occurred with the Jewish people in the desert. As is known, during various journeys of the Jewish people in the desert, they faced lack of food and drink and made their complaint well heard before Moshe. In this week’s Parsha the Jewish people complain before Moshe that they do not have meat.They lamented over the luxurious foods they ate in Egypt ■ more
Staying On The Derech
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: 

Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: I heard from the elder chassidim that in their time there was a custom that every day each person would say the kepital of Tehillim that corresponds to the years of his life [his age]. For example, if a person was 20 years old, he would say kepital 21 of Tehillim. Similarly, they would say also the Tehillim that corresponded to the the age of their sons and daughters ■ more


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