Likkutei Dibburim, a cherished treasure-chest of the Chabad-Lubavitch heritage, is a record of talks delivered (and then rewritten for publication) by the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson (1880-1950), in Latvia, Poland and the United States, in the course of the years 1929-1950.
These talks embrace childhood memories; insightful stories; the family traditions of a family of tzaddikim; recollections of Stalinist dungeons and interrogations; nostalgic glimpses of faces and sounds and townlets that conjure up the mystique of a vanished world; delicately-drawn vignettes of villagers and humble giants; eloquent and sometimes impassioned passages of exhortation; fascinating chronicles of the early history of the chassidic movement; and, of course, creative and instructive expositions of the teachings of Chassidus. And linking all these themes like a thread of gold is the intense spiritual and personal bond with all his fellow Jews, that is of the essence of the very concept of Rebbe.
This classic work was translated by Uri Kaploun from the original Hebrew/YIddish. Its newly published Volume VI includes: dramatic documents that appear here in English for the first time; indexes of names, places and subjects covering all six volumes; a map; and a partial family tree.
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|Author||Rabbi Yitzchak Schneersohn|
|Dimensions||7" x 9.5"|
|Publisher||Sichos in English|