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Towards 12-13 Tammuz, the Festival of Liberation: a new interactive class based on the Rebbe's discourse

A fun way to learn with: quotes from the Rebbe • infographics and illustrations • short videos • more than 50 slides and animations

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There are miracles that happen every day but remain unnoticed. And so states the Talmud: “Even the one who witnessed a miracle – “nes” – does not recognize it” (“Niddah”, 31A). But it turns out that these “humble” marvels, built into a natural chain of events, come from a source that is much higher than the source of supernatural miracles that immediately attract our attention.

 

From the Rebbe’s explanations:

– On the Third of Tammuz, 5687, the Rebbe Rayatz was released from prison in Leningrad on the condition that he spend three years in exile in the city of Kostroma. At the time, it was not known whether this was a positive step, for although exile is preferable to imprisonment, it is also connected with several hardships and dangers.
Afterwards, on Yud-Beis Tammuz, the Previous Rebbe received the news that he would be freed and on Yud-Gimmel Tammuz, he received the official documents testifying to this. And thus it was revealed that the Third of Tammuz was the first stage of the process of redemption. Furthermore, it was revealed that a death sentence had been issued previously, and the sentence of exile had represented a lessening of his judgment leading to his ultimate redemption on Yud-Beis-Yud-Gimmel Tammuz.
… Although the Third of Tammuz was a miracle which transcended nature, it also influenced the natural order, the natural order agreeing, as it were, to this miraculous series of events. Simply put, the very same people who arrested the Previous Rebbe were the ones who set him free and, indeed, they were forced to assist him in regard to certain elements of his liberation…

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There are miracles that happen every day but remain unnoticed. And so states the Talmud: “Even the one who witnessed a miracle – “nes” – does not recognize it” (“Niddah”, 31A). But it turns out that these “humble” marvels, built into a natural chain of events, come from a source that is much higher than the source of supernatural miracles that immediately attract our attention.

 

From the Rebbe’s explanations:

– On the Third of Tammuz, 5687, the Rebbe Rayatz was released from prison in Leningrad on the condition that he spend three years in exile in the city of Kostroma. At the time, it was not known whether this was a positive step, for although exile is preferable to imprisonment, it is also connected with several hardships and dangers.
Afterwards, on Yud-Beis Tammuz, the Previous Rebbe received the news that he would be freed and on Yud-Gimmel Tammuz, he received the official documents testifying to this. And thus it was revealed that the Third of Tammuz was the first stage of the process of redemption. Furthermore, it was revealed that a death sentence had been issued previously, and the sentence of exile had represented a lessening of his judgment leading to his ultimate redemption on Yud-Beis-Yud-Gimmel Tammuz.
… Although the Third of Tammuz was a miracle which transcended nature, it also influenced the natural order, the natural order agreeing, as it were, to this miraculous series of events. Simply put, the very same people who arrested the Previous Rebbe were the ones who set him free and, indeed, they were forced to assist him in regard to certain elements of his liberation…

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