Twenty-two kabbalistic discourses (maamarim) on all the holidays and auspicious times by the Lubavitcher Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson; the Alter Rebbe; the Tzemach Tzedek, and the Rebbe Rashab. Two extra Alter Rebbe discourses about time, space and history. Commentary taken from the works of the Tzemach Tzedek.
In the summer of 1995, the U.S. Congress authorized the President to present the Rebbe with the Congressional Gold Medal. The highest civilian award. Only about 100 such awards have been made throughout American history.
One Hour & Forty Years follows the many celebrations held on Chanukah and Lag B'omer throught the world. Replete with photographs and insightful text, both volumes are printed on thick, full color, glossy paper.
Insights from the Lubavitcher Rebbe on a broad array of issues, ranging from marriage, children, the elderly, to Jewish unity, and the Holocaust. Glowing black and white photos adorn the pages of this commemorative issue.
Zalmon Jaffe's lively personal journals turn back the clock the the Rebbe's early years of leadership when a farbrengen was attended by a modest crowd of 300, and a personal yechidut could last over two hours.
This updated version educates English speakers to the Rebbe`s innovative method of analyzing the words of Rashi, the preeminent Torah commentator. Helpful subheadings further clarify the intent of the text.