As we prepare for the awesome and auspicious day of Yud Shevat, join renowned Chozer and master Chassidus teacher, Rabbi Simon Jacobson, as he teaches Basi L’Gani.
Basi L’Gani — the last discourse published by the Friediker Rebbe, and the one delivered annually by the Rebbe on the anniversary of his assuming leadership — is the cornerstone and seminal discourse which captures the core purpose of our lives today — the mission statement of the “seventh generation.”
In chapter 13 of the discourse — corresponding to this year — he discusses the infinite divine power to reach every iota and fiber of reality, down to the darkest recesses of existence. The Rebbe elaborates on this chapter in his maamorim delivered on Yud Shevat 5723 (1963) and 5743 (1983).
Join Rabbi Jacobson as he takes us on a mesmerizing journey into this chapter as elucidated by the
Rebbe — all part of the central theme of the discourse — and discover:
What makes this discourse unique?
How does it reflect the driving mission of our generation?
What is the primary personal takeaway from this chapter?
Is there any light and hope in our darkest and ugliest corners?
How do we deal with negative experiences?
How are we empowered by knowing that the divine light exists even in our blinded arrogance?
What strengths do we have in fighting our personal battles within and without?
How do we find energy when all seems lost?
What is the difference between the two maamorim of the Rebbe – the one delivered in 1963 and 1983?
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Begin your Hachana to Yud Shevat today!