"Moshiach is ready to come now-our part is to increase in acts of goodness and kindness" -The Rebbe

My Scribd Booklets

My Scribd Booklets

Hiskashrus: Bonding with the Rebbe after Gimmel Tammuz
Explains how to bond with the Lubavitcher Rebbe. 122 pages.

Body and soul
Explains the interrelationship between the body and the soul, based on the teachings of the Rebbe Rashab. 30 pages.

Climbing Up the Ladder of Tefillah
Describes in depth the four levels of prayer according to Chassidic teachings. 45 pages.

Pure Faith: an Essay on Chanukah Body and soul
Explains the titanic struggle between Greek philosophy and Judaism at the time of Chanukah, and its relevance today. Based on Chabad Chassidic teachings.

600,000 Souls
Explains the concept of Jewish "root souls" and individual souls, based on the teachings of the Arizal and Chassidus Chabad.

Adaptation of "Hatzoas Tochen Sicha"
Adaptation of the Rebbe's explanation of the first Mishnah in Bava Metzia.

Overcoming the Dangers of Intense Religiosity
A detailed explanation of how and why the problem of inappropriate religious expression occurs. Explains how this pitfall can be avoided while maintaining and increasing one's spirituality and devotion to Hashem. Based on the teachings of Chassidus Chabad.

Kosher Animal Toys
Explanation of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's view that children should not be given animal toys or view literature or other entertainment that contains characters that include non-kosher animals.

The Law of the Land
Insights into relating to our gentile hosts and obeying the law of the land, based on the Rebbe's teachings.

Marital Harmony
Insights into promoting harmony between a Jewish husband and wife.

Chassidic Healing
Teachings of the Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe on healing.

Fair Terms for Divorce: A Halachic Right
Responding to the Modern Orthodox creed "get refusal is always abuse".

The BDA Prenup: Flawed and Destructive
A halachic critique of the BDA/ORA prenuptial agreement.

A Meeting of Minds
Explanation of the two levels of the Intellectual Soul.

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