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Yeshiva TTL Brunoy
 Going Shokeldik to Slichos 
Slichos in Brunoy
Slichos in Brunoy | Photograph: Hassidout.org
The farbrengens began on Shabbos, straight through to Slichos, with the Mashpiim, Roshei Yeshivos and Mashgichim of Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim al derech k'Lubavitch in Brunoy, France. The video clip tells it all. Experience true Chassidshe joy and inspiration ■ more
Farbrengen with Rabbi Avraham Sternberg
Photograph: Itzik Roitman

After a full day of learning Nigleh and Chassidus, welcoming newly arrived Tmimim and more, Tmimim farbrenged with Shliach Rabbi Avrohom Sternberg, of New London, Connecticut. Rabbi Sternberg emphasized the zchus and responsibility of being with The Rebbe during Tishrei ■ more

Photo of the Day
 Simchas Yom Tov to Yidden Behind Bars 
Photograph: Shturem
No Yid is Left Behind: Shliach Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Labkowsky of Marseilles, France, serves as a prison chaplain to the incarcerated Yidden in Southern France. Before Rosh Hashana Rabbi Labkowsky set out to visit those Jewish prisoners ■ more
Men Women and Chilldren
 Standing Room Only at Hallandale Selichos 
It was standing room only at Congregation Levi Yitzchok-Lubavitch in Hallandale Beach, Florida, located at Chabad of South Broward Headquarters. From three counties- Broward, Dade and Palm Beach, men, women and children flocked ■ more
Rosh Hashana Preparation
 Shaarei Chinuch Directive of the Day 
CHINUCH HORAAH OF THE DAY: Boys and girls before bar (and bas) mitzvah should be gathered... and they should be explained according to their level of understanding that this is the beginning of the week of Rosh Hashana, and the time to prepare for Rosh Hashana ■ more
Gallery of the Day
 Inspiring: Slichos in Moscow 
Photograph: Levi Nazarov

Hundreds of Yidden flocked to the Marina Rosche Lubavitcher Shul on Motzei Shabbos for the first Slichos of the year, with Head Shliach and Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar, who led a stirring farbrengen before the davening ■ more 

Episode 35
 MyLife Special Rosh Hashana Edition 
MYLife Chassidus Applied: “Hi Rabbi Jacobson, what is the proper way to approach Rosh Hashana? The seriousness of the days of awe intimidates me to the point that it has turned me off. Are we really supposed to experience these glorious days by cowering in fear? What is that the Chassidishe way of celebrating Rosh Hashana? How can I infuse this New Year with passion and vitality ■ click to view
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 T'hei Shono Im HaRebbe 
Photograph: JEM
On Motzoei Shabbos, thousands of Anash and Tmimim, many of them guests in Bais Chayeinu, will gather to say Slichos. Shturem presents this beautiful clip of Slichos with the Rebbe, with the fervent hope and faith that we will be zoche to start the New Year with the Rebbe, fitting with the roshei teivos of the coming year- T'hei Shono Im HaRebbe ■ view the clip
Kfar Chabad
 Fire Erupts in Tomchei Tmimim 
Photograph: Shmira Kfar Chabad
At the conclusion of Shabbos a fire broke out in the Zal of the Central Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Kfar Chabad. The volunteer fire fighters in the kfar were alerted and searched the zal, that was enveloped in smoke, to make sure that no one was trapped inside ■ more
Neirot In Depth Sicha
 Nitzovim - Vayelech:All as One 
This week’s parsha opens with the statement that the Jewish people are standing together to enter into a covenant. This Sicha analyzes the nature of the covenant and the connection between the Chassidic explanation on the verse and the basic interpretation ■ more
A Living Example
 Shaarei Chinuch Directive of the Day 
Chinuch Horaah of the Day: Parents do not spare any effort if it is possible to add strength and valor to the building being built by a son or daughter, that it should be built upon a strong, solid foundation ■ more
Rabbi Mordechai Lipskier
 Parshas Nitzovim - Vayelech: Kids in Shul 
Photograph: Illustration
How do you feel about bringing young children to shul? It is, of course, a broad topic and this essay by no means intends to cover it entirely, rather to offer some perspective based on Torah. In this week's parsha Moshe tells the Jewish people about the mitzvah of hakhel. After every shemita year, all Jews-men women and children-would gather in the Beis Hamikdash to hear the Torah being read by the king ■ more
The Chassidishe Parsha
 Atem Netzavim Hayom Kulchem 
“Atem Netzavim Hayom Kulchem…”This Parsha is always read prior to Rosh Hashanah. What is the meaning of this Parsha and its relevance to us? What message does it share for us regarding the upcoming High Holidays? The Maamar begins a discussion on the ten enumerated levels of individual in the first Pasuk. These ten levels of people represent the ten different levels of Jews, from the highest to the lowest. The message that this verse is relating is the required unity of all the different types of Jews as a preparation for Rosh Hashanah. Why is this unity of specific importance to Rosh Hashanah and its Avoda? The Alter Rebbe explains that this unity is necessary in order to make a covenant with Hashem ■ more
Leb'n Mit Moshiach
 Don't Let Golus Overwhelm You! 
When Hashem commands the Jewish people to prepare for the true and complete Geula , and to prepare the entire world to accept the revelation of the G-dly light, by illuminating his own home and his environment and surroundings with the light of Torah and yiddishkeit – it is certain without any doubt that every one of the Jewish people is able to succeed in fulfilling his mission from Hashem ■ more
770 Bais Chayeinu
 Candidate Joined Tmimim in Learning 
This week John Cahill, the chief of staff to former Governor George Pataki and current Republican candidate for the office of New York State Attorney General, visited Crown Heights ● He also made a stop in 770, where he sat down to learn with a couple of students studying there ● more
Rabbi & Mrs. Yaakov Raskin
 New Shluchim Enlist in The Rebbe's Army 
Photograph: Chabad.org
Mazel Tov! Rabbi Yaakov and Mushkee Raskin have joined the Rebbe's Army of Shluchim, and have opened a new Chabad House in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Jamaica has become the ninth Caribbean island to have a permanent Lubavitcher presence ■ more

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