Rebbe Letters

Rebbe Letters

Latest Episodes

Helping Others Makes You Healthier
March 22, 2023

A letter to Rabbi Yechiel Michel Dabruskin encouraging him to continue his work with Rumanian immigrants. Rather than viewing this as a burden, he should see this as an opportunity to help himself by

Spiritual Remedy for Foot Pain
March 21, 2023

To someone complaining of pain in his feet, the Rebbe recommends a specific spiritual path to healing.

A Yeshiva Student and Playing Sports
March 20, 2023

The Rebbe guides a teacher regarding a student whose mother is complaining about his refusal to partake in sports and other physical activities.

A Politician's Spiritual Opportunity
March 19, 2023

The Rebbe urges Israeli politician, Eliezer Livneh, to take the initiative to introduce a more religious tone to his new organization.

Letter A:Overcoming Feelings of Failure & Guilt / Letter B: Moshe's Eternal Influence
March 17, 2023

The Rebbe helps a young man overcome his feelings of failure and guilt so that he can move on and plan a future for himself. The Rebbe writes to the administration of the Chabad yeshiva in Montreal

Connecting to a Loved One Who Has Passed Away
March 16, 2023

The Rebbe comforts a couple who lost their son and gives them direction on how to best benefit the departed's soul.

A Yeshiva Student's Guide to Identifying the Yetzer Hara
March 15, 2023

A newly observant yeshiva student complains that his current yeshiva is not living up to his expectations and says he wants to leave. The Rebbe gives him another way of looking at things.

Gratitude Increases Your Blessings
March 14, 2023

The Rebbe responds to a woman who says that her life has never been good and she therefore expects that it will never be good.

Don't Compromise Kashrus of Children's Food
March 13, 2023

The Rebbe writes to a mother about her dilemma over whether to give her children food that may not be up to her usual standards of kashrus.

How to Reach the Youth
March 12, 2023

The Rebbe writes to an Israeli judge about the secret to reaching the younger generation in Israel. Even when Jews have been uprooted from their tradition, the connection to Judaism is still present i