Book by Shalom Dovber Schneersohn
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In the present volume four items, all penned by the Rebbe Rayatz, and all related in some way to Heichaltzu, follow this major work. Echoing it is a maamar which he delivered in 5695 (1933), at a time when discord and dissension once again charred the ears of the sensitive listener. As if in sweet contrast, the next item is a letter dating from 5681 (1921), in which the same author, writing to a celebrated chassid and close friend, sings the praises of brotherly love. Following it, an excerpt from one of his talks supplies the details of the historical background against which the Rebbe Rashab first delivered and later repeated his original discourse. Finally, this volume reproduces the letter of 5709 (1948) in which the Rebbe Rayatz formally entrusted Otzar HaChassidim with the task of publishing Heichaltzu. The occasion was the fiftieth jubilee of the foundation of the Tomchei Temimim Yeshivah in Lubavitch. The letter recalls that memorable Simchas Torah in detail, and notes that this was the selfsame day on which the Rebbe Rashab first delivered this maamar. It was as if this keynote discourse, with its insistence on the essential brotherhood of all Jews, was presented as a foundation stone for the Yeshivah which was destined to educate and inspire generations of Lubavitcher chassidim toward the sublime ideal of Ahavas Yisrael.
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Book Description Kehot Publication Society, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0826604358
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