The Book of Purpose: Meditations My Rebbe Taught Me

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Merkos Linyonei Chinuch, Oct 30, 2004 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 48 pages
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Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, 1902-1994, is still considered the Rebbe by Jews worldwide ten years after his passing. He has been described by Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks, chief rabbi of the U.K., as a personality of biblical proportions in modern times. The Rebbe's public talks, letters and other writings have been collected and edited in close to a hundred volumes, touching on every aspect of Jewish wisdom and human life.The short meditations in this book are based on his words and thoughts that uplifted and changed the lives of many thousands.

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With the publication of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, Tzvi Freeman shot into the spotlight as one of the foremost teachers of inner Jewish wisdom. Today, his Daily Dose of Wisdom from Chabad.org has one of the largest subscriptions on the Jewish Net. The weekly Freeman Files, answering real people on real issues, fans out to countless cyberfans. And his Heaven Exposed series gets across the stickiest issues of Kabala in spicy, sci-fi dramas. Tzvi Freeman has built a reputation for delivering the authentic inner wisdom of Judaism in highly original, bite-size packages. Tzvi Freeman was born in Vancouver, Canada, where he became involved at an early age in Yoga, Tao and radical politics. In 1970, he was a founding member of Total Education, an alternative high school. In 1975, he left a career as a classical guitarist and composer to study Talmud and Jewish mysticism for nine years. He received rabbinical ordination at the Lubavitch Central Yeshiva in New York and completed post-graduate studies at the Rabbinical College of Canada.

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