Sometimes, in the frenzy of the physical tasks that Pesach necessitates we gloss over the underpinnings of the spiritual work that this Yom Tov symbolizes. Instead, open your world to the deeper dimensions of this Yom Tov with a segment from our revamped edition of Likkutei Dibburim.
It’s that time of year when spring is being ushered in and perhaps lists are being drafted to ensure that seder preparations are underway— no detail omitted. Sometimes, in the frenzy of the physical tasks that Pesach necessitates we gloss over the underpinnings of the preparation, the spiritual work that this Yom Tov symbolizes. Pesach, and the staples of this Yom Tov— matzah included, holds infinite lessons for our daily lives.
Open your world to the deeper dimensions of this Yom Tov with a segment from our revamped edition of Likkutei Dibburim. The Likkutei Dibburim collection, an anthology of talks by the Frierdiker Rebbe, brings meaningful ideas interwoven into a collection of Chassidic experiences.
Journey to the town of Lubavitch and experience the richness and vibrancy of the Pesach preparations, particularly preparing the highly-guarded shmurah matzah from harvest to table. Apropos to the time, on the day of the Rebbe Rashab’s yahrtzeit, included is a powerful anecdote about the remarkable powers of matzah and how the Rebbe Rashab transformed a bochur’s character through involving him in the matzah preparations.
The powerful stories centering around the potency of matzah gives perspective on the Rebbe’s advocacy for mivtzah matzah due to its transformative impact. Amidst the busy Pesach preparations and cleaning, we encourage you to take time to peruse these Pesach messages, so not only will your home sparkle, but your soul will too.
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