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B”H. 30 Tishrei 5775 ã 24 October 2014 ã Number 945 ã Price: $6.00 ã Part 2 of 2 The international weekly heralding the coming of Moshiach TALK OF ETERNAL LIFE ON 3 TAMMUZ D’VAR MALCHUS THE RETURNING SOUL WHO IS RETURNING SOULS THE LIFE STORY OF R’ NOAM YISROEL HARPAZ NOAH’S ARK AND HAMAN’S GALLOWS “Kiddush Levana [should be] with the especial intent of speeding up and immediately bringing about the advent of Dovid Malka Meshicha, by increasing in asking for and beseeching for the redemption
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  B”H. 30 Tishrei 5775 ã 24 October 2014 ã Number 945 ã Price: $6.00 ã Part 2 of 2 The international weekly heralding the coming of Moshiach LONG LIVE THE REBBE MELECH HA’MOSHIACH FOREVER AND EVER! TALK OF ETERNAL LIFE ON 3 TAMMUZ D’VAR MALCHUS THE RETURNING SOUL WHO IS RETURNING SOULS THE LIFE STORY OF R’ NOAM YISROEL HARPAZ NOAH’S ARK AND HAMAN’S GAL-LOWS BY RABBI H. GREENBERG “Kiddush Levana [should be] with the especial intent of speeding up and immediately bringing about the advent of Dovid Malka Meshicha, by increasing in asking for and beseeching for the redemption, as in the closing words of Kiddush Levana: ‘And they shall beseech G-d their L-rd and Dovid their king, amen.’” (Shabbos Parshas Noach 5752)  Beis Moshiach (USPS 012-542) ISSN 1082-0272 is published weekly, except Jewish holidays (only once in April and October) for $160.00 in Crown Heights. USA $180.00. All other places for $195.00 per year (45 issues), by Beis Moshiach, 744 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213-3409. Periodicals postage paid at Brooklyn, NY and additional offices. Postmaster: send address changes to Beis Moshiach 744 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213-3409. Copyright 2014 by Beis Moshiach, Inc.Beis Moshiach is not responsible for the content and Kashruth of the advertisements. CONTENTS 744 Eastern ParkwayBrooklyn, NY 11213-3409 Tel: (718) 778-8000Fax: (718) 778-0800admin@beismoshiach.orgwww.beismoshiach.org EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: M.M. Hendel HEBREW EDITOR: Rabbi S.Y. ChazaneditorH@beismoshiach.org ENGLISH EDITOR: Boruch Merkur editor@beismoshiach.org FEATURED ARTICLES 5 FROM INDIA TO BOLIVIA Prepared for publication by Menachem Ziegelboim 12 THE RETURNING SOUL WHO IS RETURNING SOULS Nosson Avrohom 24 TO LOVE THAT WHICH IS MOST PRECIOUS OF ALL Menucha R. 28 THE CHALLENGE OF OUR GENERATION Michoel Leib Dobry WEEKLY COLUMNS 3 D’var Malchus 21 Parsha Thought 34 Tzivos Hashem   28 125  TALK OF ETERNAL LIFE ON 3 TAMMUZ   Translated by Boruch Merkur  Prior to the Rebbe Rayatz’s histalkus in 5710, he emphasized the concept of chayim nitzchiim,  eternal life. The Rebbe MH”M  points out the profound  significance of the topics a Rebbe  discusses in his final sichos  delivered in this world: they serve  as instructions for how to proceed in the wake of his histalkus. In Chapter 7 of Likkutei Mekoros,  author Rabbi Shloma Majeski now cites similar reference in the  final sichos the Rebbe delivered on Gimmel Tammuz. 5. […] The words “Korach” and “Chukas” both contain the two letters – Ches and Kuf – that comprise the word “ chok ”; the difference lies in the fact that “Korach” has a Reish, whereas “Chukas” has a Tav. Korach (who came from Shevet Levi) experienced the revelation of “ chok ,” transcending reason and intellect and beyond measure and limitation. (Chassidus explains that Korach’s quarrel stemmed from his virtue, as our Sages attest “he was clever,” for he beheld the revelation that transcends measure and limitation, as will be manifest [universally] in the Future Era. His mistake, however (in disputing the appointment of  Aharon as Kohen [Gadol]),  was on account of the concept represented by the letter Reish (poverty), which signifies how the manifestation (of thought and speech) does not come about through [the regular channel of] Seder Hishtalshlus (Korach had sought to separate Supernal reality from Earthly existence), for the letter Reish lacks the third line ([the vertical line on the left side] of the letter Hei), corresponding to action . Chukas, on the other hand – “this is chukas ha’Torah , the law of the Torah” – draws down from “ chok ” (beyond measure and limit) into the letter Tes, the final letter of the twenty-two letters of the Torah. Chukas thus represents drawing down G-dliness through the entire Seider Hishtalshlus (all the letters from Alef to Tav), utilizing all the three lines (of the letter Tes) of thought, speech, and action, as well as Torah,  avoda  [i.e., t’filla , prayer], and acts of kindness. In fact, this manifestation occurs in a manner whereby all three unite. The significance of this union is as follows. The final stage and perfection of  avoda  is characterized by speed, described as m’hiros d’k’dusha , the alacrity of holiness (of the hamshacha  that transcends Hishtalshlus within Seider Hishtalshlus). At this spiritual height there is the union of all three lines, meaning that – with alacrity – the Supernal (i.e., thought and speech) is directly expressed within the Earthly (action, deed) without any interruption between them (unlike what is represented  by the letter Hei). Thus, the point beneath (the left line of) the letter Tav is attained, the point of bittul , selflessness. It is actually a large point (having length and width), meaning that the bittul  goes together with [the seemingly contradictory expression of] the expansion of length and width. The point appears at the end of the Tav, symbolic of the perfection of the point of bittul,  at the completion of one’s  avoda . This process also brings about the concept of “ chukas ” meaning “ chakika ,” engraving, signifying an (unchanging) eternal manifestation, which is connected with the letter Tav, as our Sages say, “Tav – t’chiya , enlivens,” the ultimate expression of which is chaim nitzchiim , eternal life. (From the address of Thursday of Parshas Korach on the second day of Rosh Chodesh Tammuz 5751, as  well as Shabbos Parshas Korach, Gimmel Tammuz; Seifer HaSichos 5751, pg. 656)   Issue 945   ã     3 D’VAR MALCHUS  Radio Host: We are now establishing a connection  between two brothers, each one on a different continent. I will say hello now to Shneur in India. Good morning, Shneur? Shneur: Good morning! Host: Where are you in India? Shneur: Delhi Host: I will say good morning also to your brother Itzik in Bolivia. Good morning or is it good evening? Itzik: Over here it’s good afternoon or good evening. Host: What time is it there? Itzik: 5:20pm. Host: Morning in India, night in Eretz Yisroel, September 1, and the brothers Itzik and Shneur Kupchik are in different countries on shlichus for the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Let us start  with the larger country, maybe the second largest in the world, India. Host: Shneur, tell us about your work and shlichus. Shneur: We have a Chabad house in the south of Delhi. There are two Chabad houses in Delhi, one for tourists and one for Jews and Israelis who live here in Delhi or for visitors  who are not tourists. They are all invited of course, but our place is primarily for Israelis who are living here for shorter or longer periods. Host: They recently inaugurated the Chabad house that had been demolished in the attack, right? Shneur: Yes. Last week they re-inaugurated the Chabad house that was attacked six years ago. Shluchim from all over  Asia came: Singapore, China, Thailand, Cambodia, and I was there too. I think that unlike other shluchim who only saw the new  building and the great joy of the inauguration, I am the only one 4       ã  30 Tishrei 5775 SHLICHUS FROM IN
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