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Sefer Hasichos 5700 English

by Yosef Y. Schneersohn

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Talks in this volume were delivered by the Frierdiker Rebbe, late '39=early '40, in Riga, New York and Lakewood. They pulsate throughout with creative and inspiring interpretations of Biblical and Talmudic teachings; heartwarming descriptions of incidents and encounters in the village of Lubavitch; pungent but good-humored admonition; candid childhood recollections; energizing stories and oral traditions of his forebears; and, predictably, a veritable gallery of colorful personalities whose verbal portraits spring into life. Included is his highly-charged parting message to his Chassidim at the airport of Riga. He never allowed his sense of trauma to paralyze his optimism; it spurred him ahead to vigorous and pioneering outreach activity.

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