A group of Bochurim learning in 770 have gotten together and created a program in honor of the upcoming 20th anniversary of Gimmel Tammuz. The program sees to it that – somewhere in the world – Inyonei Geulah Umoshiach are being studied non-stop, 24 hours every weekday.
Continue reading: http://crownheights.info/chabad-news/439328/cycle-keeps-study-of-moshiach-going-24-hours-a-day/
Rebbetzin Esther Jungries talks about gratitude in her most recent article in which she desctibes how her husband stepped outside the hospital where he was a patient on a cold wintry day, ten days before his demise, to thank G-d.
I was standing right next to him holding his hand when he began speaking.
With tears rolling down his cheeks he whispered, “Master of the Universe, I
thank You for the spectacular world You created and for the beautiful family
with which You blessed me.” At that point he named every family member.
He continued: “I thank You for Your every kindness, Your mercy and
compassion. I thank You for guiding me through the many turbulences of life. I
thank You, I thank You…”
Bear in mind that this was a man who experienced firsthand the horrors of the
Holocaust, who saw his entire family slaughtered. And yet this was a man who
could, with all his remaining strength, thank G-d for all His blessings. A man
who knew all about true gratitude.
Read more: http://www.jewishpress.com/judaism/rebbetzins-viewpointrebbetzin-jungreis/my-rabbi-part-ii/2014/05/29/
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