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By Eliyahu Touger

Analyses of Passages from the Talmud and matters in Halachah

Adapted from the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson

In the realm at huge, the Rebbe is understood for his visionary management of the Jewish neighborhood, his encouragement of Torah outreach, the dazzling benefits he gave many, and the vibrancy and effort which his Chassidic teachings infused into Jewish perform.
For many people, those achievements usually overshadowed the original and unique method of learn of the Torah which the Rebbe taught and inspired. this can be an unlucky oversight. For simply because the Rebbe stood out as a pacesetter, he stood out as a instructor. a person who heard the Rebbe’s analyses of a Talmudic passage, a ruling of the Rambam, or a modern Halachic perception, used to be struck by way of the breadth and the intensity of his exposition.
Now for the 1st time, those teachings are being made on hand in English. In a sampler developed to express the original taste and contrast of the Rebbe’s perception, his teachings were tailored and offered in free-flowing English, with thorough notes and explanations.

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