The Life of Tzaddikim

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  • The Rebbe’s Shtender
    The connection between Rabbi Eliyahu and the Lubavitcher Rebbe was wondrous. The two of them had a strong spiritual connection, and aside from the all the well-known connections between them, there were also many more, hidden connections.
  • Pay Attention to the Soul
    What was the ethical will of Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu, of Blessed and Righteous memory, to his students and followers?
  • The Path of the Righteous is as the Light of Dawn
    Every time I aimed the camera in the direction of the Rav, a great light appeared. When I moved the camera away from the Rav, the light vanished, and so on and so forth.
  • What My Wife Cooks – I Eat!
    Two men arguing amongst themselves as to whether one should eat meat or dairy dishes on the night of Shavuot. As they heard the sound of Rabbi Eliyahu’s car approaching, they thought to themselves to ask Rabbi Eliyahu’s opinion on the matter.
  • The son of the king
    The sheikh in charge of the Cave of the Patriachs in Hebron shouted "You show no respect to the holy place!". Everyone was silent – apart from one.
  • A Blessing for the Arabs
    When an Arab cab drove close to Rabbi Eliyahu all the passengers were tense. How did the Rabbi respond and who were these Arabs?
  • Seeing The Mezuzot
    After the second scribe assured the Mezuzot were Kosher the man was quite upset, why did Rabbi Eliyahu send him to check his Mezuzot?
  • The Poetry Competition
    In life, it's not what you say, it's who you are
  • The Literary Legacy of Horav Shelomoh Wolbe
    The seventeenth yahrzeit of Rav Shelomoh Wolbe, the most published mussar and hashkafah author of our generation, falls on the 17th of Nissan. I would like to share with our readers what I wrote at the time
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