Category Archives: Yiddish

Hashem’s Messenger

A Yid is a shaliach shel mylah, a shaliach vu air is, is air der koach hamshaliach; der yisron hamalah in neshamos legabei malachim – vos bah neshamos is dos al pi haTorah ~ Bal haTanya A Jew is G-d’s … Continue reading

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The Greatest Guarantee

“Aleh Yidisheh eltern velche bdarfen hoben a spetzeleh yeshua oon hatzalah far zeyereh kinder, iz der zicherster mitel tzu shtitzen Torah lerner.” – Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe Rayatz The greatest guaranteed assurance (of Divine assistance) for all Jewish parents in need of … Continue reading

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Land of Desire

“For you (Israel) shall be a land of desire, says the Lord of Hosts” (Malachi 3:12) Uht azoy vi di gresteh chachamim velen aybig nit dergayen di groyseh, tiviusdikeh otzaros, velcheh Hashem Yisburech huht tovayah geven buaretz, az hakol haya min … Continue reading

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Inner Divine Intent and Purpose

Az a Yid kumt in a art, iz es tzulib a kavanah ton a mitzva, hayn a mitzva shebayn adam laMakom vehayn a mitzva shebayn adam lachavero. ~ Bal haTanya When a Jew comes to a particular place it is … Continue reading

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Emess

Mit emess kump men far Got. With truth man reaches God.

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Strong and Weak

A mentsh iz a mol shtarker fun eizen un a mol shvacher fun a flieg. Man is sometimes stronger than iron and at other times weaker than a fly.

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Nothing

Besser gornisht tsu machen aider tsu machen gornisht. Better to do nothing than to make something into nothing.

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