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Lubavitch Proud
 2,000 Global Pesach Sedorim! 
Merkos Shluchim
Merkos Shluchim | Photograph: Itzik Roytman

Ritual 'seder' meals to be conducted from Africa to South America, throughout Russia; biggest one - in Nepal. The Jewish outreach organization, Chabad Lubavitch, will hold some 2,000 ritual "seder" meals on the eve of Passover on April 3, in all corners of the world. Chabad-sponsored seders will be conducted in cities and areas as diverse as Accra in Ghana to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Hanoi in Vietnam and Queensland, Australia ■ In Denmark, which recently experienced a terrorist attack on a synagogue in which a security guard was killed, community seders will be held in Copenhagen and Arhus ■ more

Live Tonight!
 MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 61 
Join tonight's episode (number 61 in the series) of MyLife Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson.  Among tonight's topic are: MyLife Essay Winners; Interpreting Dreams; Non-Lubavitch Customs; Daily Learning Challenges and much more ■ full story
Birkas Hailonos
 Chodesh Nissan PSA 
A special mitzvah, which can be fulfilled only once a year, is to recite the brocha ("blessing" or prayer) made upon seeing a fruit tree in bloom ■ Today is the first opportunity to make this blessing, but it can be done anytime during the month of Nissan ■ more
Instilled for Generations
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day 
Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day: [The Previous Rebbe once related:] It happened once, when I was studying Hebrew grammar with my teacher Reb Yitzchok Gershon , that he was especially pleased with my progress. But I knew privately that my understanding of the material was only superficial.I entered my fathers chambers, and began to tell him of this. I gave way to tears ■ more
Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm
 Video: When is Salt Good for You? 
It's never too late to join Online Smicha's Rabbi Nachman Wilhelm's weekly Halacha shiur, bsed on the weekly Parsha. Due to technical difficulty, the fascinating shiur on the importance of salt is being posted after Shabbos ■ more
Kovetz Beis Nissan
 Bring Bais Nissan to Life 
A publication which will bring Beis Nissan to life from Yagdil Torah: The Rebbe encourages us to learn the works of a Rebbe in Nigleh and Chassidus on his yom hilula, and to learn (at least one perek) Mishnayos beginning with the letters of his name. Yagdil Torah compiled a publication with Mishnayos and selected pieces of the Rebbe Rashab's Torah ■ more
Devaststing Tragedy
 Seven Children Lost Lives in Fire, R"L 
Photograph: Screen Shot
A malfunctioning hot plate ignited a Brooklyn inferno that left seven children dead, and their mother and another sibling in critical condition, officials said.A mother and her eight children — four boys and four girls ranging in age from 5 to 15 years-old — were in their Midwood home when the fire began in the kitchen just after midnight Saturday. Flames and deadly smoke quickly spread to second floor where the youngest kids were sleeping, authorities said ■ full story
Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 The Rebbe Seperates Challah from Matzos 
Photograph: Excerpt fron JEM Video
The Rebbe separates challah from baked matzos and oversees as they are packed and sent off to the Holy Land ■ more
Marking 113 Years
 Global Yud Alef Nissan Celebration 
In numerous cities throughout the United States, several towns in Eretz Yisroel and other international locations around that are still in the works, Chassidim will unite to mark 113 years since Yud Alef Nissan. Communities around the world will enjoy special guest speakers flown in from afar in honor of the occasion, something made possible by the generous philanthropist, Mr. Ronald Perelman ■ more
Neirot In - Depth Sicha
 Parshas Vayikra: Sacrifices,The Ultimate Gift 

Parshas Vayikra Sacrifices: The Ultimate Gift: This week’s Torah portion is centered on the commandment of bringing sacrifices to G-d. While expressing this instruction, the Torah uses the description, “a pleasing aroma.” Through an in - depth analysis of Rashi’s explanation of this term, the uniqueness of this commandment is brought to light. Parshas Vayikra begins with detailing the various sacrifices that were to be brought in the Mishkan (Tabernacle) and later in the Beis Hamikdash ■ more

It's in Your Hands, Mamme
 Chinuch Hora'ah of the Day 
It is apparent that the main chinuch of small children is (not so much in the hands of the father, the big brother or the school teacher, but rather,) in the mother's hands ■ more
Leb'n Mit Moshiach
 Every Yid Must Connect to Moshe Rabbeinu 

WHY TO TURN TO THE REBBE TO INTERVENE FOR US? When the Jewish people finished making the Mishkan they were not able to erect it, and they brought it to Moshe Rabbeinu , he blessed them that the Shechinah dwell in our handiwork: May the pleasantness of Hashem be upon us; establish for us the work of our hands. Even after the Jewish people completed their part of constructing the components of the Mishkan, it was still necessary to bring it all to Moshe ■ more

Leb'n Mit'n Rebbe
 The Next Morning He was Still There 

In the year 5698, in Vienna, Austria, the Rebbe visited Mr. Weingarten's Kosher wine company to buy wine and to send to the Frierdiker Rebbe who was then in Poland. Mr. Weingarten mainly dealt wholesale but allowed individuals to buy wine; he offered no customer service at all for the retail clients . Therefore, Mr. Weingarten told the Rebbe come back the next day to pack the bottles and take care of shipping to Poland ■ more

The Chassidishe Parsha
 VaYikra: Velo Sashbis Melach 
“Velo Sashbis Melach…” This Maamar of Lo Sashbis Melach is one of the classic Maamarim of Likkutei Torah. It contains many fundamental principles and explanations on the power of Torah learning and the difference between the two forms of Torah, the revealed Torah and the inner Torah, called Penimiyus Hatorah. This week’s portion, Parshas Vayikra, mentions the command to place salt on all offerings brought to the Mizbeiach, whether it be a meat offering or a meal offering of flour. The Torah forbids placing bland meat or flour on the altar. Why ■ more
One Mitzvah at a Time
 Shalom Story Time Features Challah Bake 
Photograph: palmbeachjewish.com
Children who joined Shalom Story Time Tuesday at the local children’s library were treated to Jewish books themed on Shabbat, followed by challah baking.“We made the traditional blessing on challah dough, thanking G-d for all our sustenance and recognizing that all that we have, including something as basic as our bread, comes from Him,” said Hindel Levitin ■ more
And the Winners Are...
 MyLife Essay Contest 
After much anticipation – two months of challenging work, hundreds of submissions, almost a million words written, and many hours of evaluation – The Meaningful Life Center (MLC) is excited to announce the winners of the first ever MyLife: Chassidus Applied Essay Contest. The live announcement will be made on Sunday, Beis Nissan, 8-9 PM during the weekly MyLife Broadcast. Everyone is invited to tune in ■ more

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