In preparation for Gimmel Tamuz, Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus presents a new resource website, as well as a new curriculum to teach students about the Rebbe, how to connect with him, and how to fulfill our generation’s unique mission.
Following the first Yahrzeit of the Friediker Rebbe, the Rebbe wrote in a letter addressed to all Chassidim;
“Our yearning is intensifying, for the summer has ended, the winter is passing, and we have not been saved.
On the other hand, there is reason to be anxious that habituation may make this yearning grow stale, and that the light and heat of the bond that chassidim have with our Nasi, with his teachings and with his directives — all of which are one and the same — will progressively fade, G‑d forbid.
Concerning the Giving of the Torah, Moshe Rabbeinu says, “these words which I command you this day,” and this means “like a new royal edict that everyone runs to see.” Likewise, concerning the mitzvos, Moshe Rabbeinu says, “my commandments which I command you this day,” and this means that “they should be as new for you as if you had heard them today.”
As we prepare to mark twenty-nine years since Gimmel Tammuz, Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskashrus presents a resource site to assist Chassidim in following the Rebbe’s words and to keep our Hiskashrus strong despite the dark Galus Log on to OrVechom.com/Hachana for all resources connected to Hiskashrus and preparing for Gimmel Tammuz.
Some suggested highlights from the many resources available:
- Resources to enhance your learning of V’atah Tetzaveh, the final Maamer that the Rebbe gave out לע”ע.
- Learn Mishnayos: Hebrew | English | French
- Learn Sichos and letters from the Rebbe in connection to the day
- Read articles in English and Hebrew
- Watch featured videos for all ages
- Dedicated children’s section, resources for communities and Yeshivos.
All this and much more on OrVechom.com/Hachana
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