To read the full story of the Mitteler Rebbe’s mysterious dream (briefly mentioned in Rivkah Slonim’s Letter to the Editor, Tishrei 2019 issue), click below and scroll down to Sections 15 and 16.

To hear the Rebbe telling the story, click HERE.  Go to the third sichah; the story begins at 3 minutes.

For the Tishrei 2019 issue, Chaya Shuchat translated an article from Di Yiddish Heim that tells the story of  a succah that seemed it was about to fall. But the Jew sitting in the succah reassured his daughter that it’s been standing for 2,000 years and no winds will blow it now, or ever!

To enjoy Eli Lipsker playing and singing “A Sukkaleh,” click below.

To hear the song, along with some moving Holocaust photos and Kosel photos, click below:

English translation of “A Sukkaleh” by Rabbi Avi Shafran:

sukkaleh, quite small,
Wooden planks for each wall;
Lovingly I stood them upright.
I laid thatch as a ceiling
And now, filled with deep feeling,
I sit in my sukkaleh at night.

A chill wind attacks,
Blowing through the cracks;
The candles, they flicker and yearn.
It’s so strange a thing
That as the Kiddush I sing,
The flames, calmed, now quietly burn.

In comes my daughter,
Bearing hot food and water;
Worry on her face like a pall.
She just stands there shaking
And, her voice nearly breaking,
Says “Tattenyu, the sukkah’s going to fall!”

Dear daughter, don’t fret;
It hasn’t fallen yet.
The sukkah will be fine, understand.
There have been many such fears,
For nigh two thousand years;
Yet the sukkahleh continues to stand.

Click below to read articles by Rabbi Gershon Schusterman, one of the N’shei Chabad Newsletter’s most popular longtime writers and advisors.

“WHOSE MONEY IS IT, ANYWAY?” Hear the story as told by Rabbi Menachem M. Gordon, mashpia of Yeshivah Gedolah of London. Read more on the subject in “Tzippy Remembers When…” in the Tishrei 2019 issue.

Click below to see pics from a landmark 1976 event where the Rebbe spoke and interacted with wounded soldiers of Israel.

Click below for the hakafos niggun of Reb Levik, the Rebbe’s father.

In the Kislev issue:

Read Chanie Wolf’s Moshiach Page to find out why Orthodox non-Chabad rabbis are saying things like “Chabad puts us to shame.” Click HERE to read Rabbi Elchanan Poupko’s experiences working with a Lubavitcher chazzan in his shul.

In the Tishrei issue:

Mrs. Devorah Groner’s life story and her advice to her descendants. To read some of the letters she received from the Rebbe, click HERE