Today, in honor of Yud Tes Kislev, Rabbi Yoel Naparstek of Irgun Limud Hatanya, an affiliation of Heichal Menachem of Boro Park, has launched a 36 hour campaign to fund their Hafatzas HaMayanos work.
Boruch Hashem, over the course of this past year, Irgun Limud Ha’Tanya has brought the illuminating inspiration of Tanya to many Chassidishe groups including, Satmar, Viznitz, Belz, Gur, amongst others, to learn and explore the timeless teachings of the Alter Rebbe. Through presenting Tanya in an applicable and practical manner, the wishes of the Alter Rebbe are being fulfilled: “Chassidus should not become a sect, rather [it’s teachings’] should be spread to all of Klal Yisroel”
How has this been accomplished?
This robust program has offered hundreds of participants an in-depth curriculum of Tanya, providing invaluable insight and spiritual enrichment which Chassidim of all communities find relatable. “We’ve B”H seen tremendous growth.” says Rabbi Naparstek, “It is Hafatzas Hamayanos in its truest form.” The enthusiastic feedback continues to pour in from many young men who speak of how Tanya has gifted them with joy and vigor, and shed a new light on their Yiddishkeit.
The program also offers a 24-hour hotline addressing any and all questions in Tanya as well as a chavrusa matchup. Each month a “Gilyon”, a ‘Farbrengen on paper,’ is published, and enjoyed by many.
Following every few chapters of Tanya, a significant stipend is offered to those who successfully pass a test.
Irgun Limud HaTanya continues to expand and touch more lives. Currently our curriculum is being implemented in six different cities, with ample growth on the horizon. An active editorial team is working to grow our curriculum, which is being sought by more and more Shluchim and Yeshivos.
In a letter from תשט”ז, the Rebbe writes that in our generation all of the Torah, Mitzvos, and ample Brachos for Chassidim are drawn down specifically through the ‘gate’ of Hafatzas Ha’Mayanos!
Today, on Yud Tes Kislev, Open up your ‘gate’, through supporting Hafatzas Ha’Mayanos.