The Answer the Rebbe Gave On Hey Teves 5747

In honor of Yud Shevat, the seventieth year of the Rebbe’s nesius, a new installment of ‘Likkut Maanos Kodesh’, containing the Rebbe’s answers from 5747, has been released to the public.

By staff

As chassidim worldwide are preparing for Yud Shevat, marking the seventieth year of the Rebbe‘s nesius, the latest installment of ‘Likkut Maanos Kodesh’ has been released to the public.

This new booklets contains a fascinating collection of 276 ma’anos the Rebbe from the year 5747. The year 5747 was a monumental one in Lubavitch, with the successful conclusion of the ‘seforim case’ – didan notzach.

Though the Rebbe’s sichosma’amorim, letters and even diaries documenting the Rebbe’s schedule have been printed countless times in many different formats, these “ma’anos” have unfortunately been given little or almost no attention, and to a certain extent remain largely unknown.

The ma’anos have been collected by going through tens of Seforim and Teshuros, and then by reaching out to many shluchim, askonim, and Anash from around the world who were zoche to receive answers from the Rebbe in those years.

To date they have published 5 volumes, (as well as supplement of Maanos that have only been acquired later) from the years 5748-5752 and are now proud to present the sixth and latest installment – the Maanos of 5747. 

Included are the Rebbe’s answers on a wide range of subjects, sorted by date, including some which are pirsum rishon.

Some of the fascinating ma’anos include an answer given to R’ Yonah Avtzon on the first Hey Teves, a sharp response to a chossid who wanted to bring Reb Yoel to Beis Din for not finishing Sefer Hoerkim, and the Rebbe’s opinion on whether a tent should be set up in front of 770 for Simchas Torah.

The booklet was published in honor of Yud Shevat and Shnas Hashiv’im and will be available in the coming days

To download the new kovetz please click here.

To download earlier Kovtzim click on the following links.

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