Category: Rebbe Letters

Letters 12- Positive Epigenetics

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The Rebbe writes to a group of young women and protests the self-deprecating manner in which they describe themselves.

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Letter 13- To Someone Who Says They Have No "Mazal"

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In the second letter of a double class (see previous episode), the Rebbe disagrees with a mother who claims to have no "mazal" in life at all. The Rebbe's proofs are taken straight from the woman's own letter.

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Letter 14- Memories that Lead to Action

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The Rebbe writes to his relative Mrs. Devorah Leah Horenstein that nostalgia and memories must bring to practical action.

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Letter 15- Encouragement for a Teacher of Young Women

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The Rebbe addresses a woman's doubts about her ability to teach her young students.

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Letter 16- Healthy in Soul & Body

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The Rebbe writes to a father about the efficacy of removing his son from his present school for health reasons.

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Letter 17- Treat Your Spiritual Activities Like a Business

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The Rebbe responds to someone who wants to know how to get started carrying out Chabad outreach activities.

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Letter 18- Suggested Program for a Women's Gathering

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The Rebbe outlines the program for a women's gathering to honor 10 Shvat, the yahrzeit of the Previous Rebbe.

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Letter 19- How to Receive the Rebbe's Blessing

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The Rebbe explains what it requires for the blessings of a Rebbe to be effective. Just as rain only makes things grow after plowing and planting, so must the recipient of a blessing make adequate preparations for the blessing to take hold.

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Letter 20: In Response to a Tragedy

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The Rebbe speaks to those who were affected by a shocking tragedy and explains to them why they should not leave the place where it happened. (This letter was written following a terrorist attack in the village of Kfar Chabad. Israel.)

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Letter 21: A Plea for Good News

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The Rebbe explains why it's so important to make a personal habit of writing to the Rebbe with good news.

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Letter 22- The Power of Accountability

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The Rebbe explains why writing often to report one's activities will bring out hidden potentials and abilities that would otherwise lie dormant.

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Letter 23- Anxiety About a Career

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The Rebbe writes to a father about his son who is extremely preoccupied with concerns of how he will make a living.

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