New Rebbi’s Melech HaMoshiachs Inauguration Delayed

10 Shevat: A day of Two Three Rebbes

A ceremony for Rabbi Braun was planned for this Motzoei Shabbos, Yud Shvat

The 10th day of the Jewish month of Shevat (Yud Shevat in Hebrew) is a most significant date on the Chassidic calendar.

It is the anniversary of passing (yahrtzeit) of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (1880-1950), of righteous memory.

It is also the day when, in 1951, the seventh Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994), of righteous memory, formally accepted the leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch with a historic discourse (maamar) and address at a gathering marking the first anniversary of his predecessor’s passing.

Could you just imagine how great it would have been to crown our new Rebbe MH”M on the great and most significant date on the Chssidic calender. To bad bad it didn’t work out!

1. There would have been so many more people in the pictures, being that there are lots of guest in Crown Heights for Yud Shevat, and those giving the false impression that so many came out for the new Moshiach.

2. We could have had another reason to celebrate this most significant date on the Chssidic calender, perhaps this third new reason would out do the two previous ones.

But it seems that Min Hashomayim (from above) it was not meant to be. Moshiach has been delayed once again. 😦


One response to “New Rebbi’s Melech HaMoshiachs Inauguration Delayed

  • The prophesy coming true


    When Rabbi Yossef Yeshaya Braun, now a candidate in the upcoming Rabbonim elections, made the switch to Lubavitch, his worried grandfather, the author of Shearim Mitzuyonim Bihalacha, went to the Rebbe to receive a Bracha that his Einikel should keep up with his learning (Er zol bleiben bym lernen). The response he got from the Rebbe was: Kedusha doesn’t leave its place (Kedusha eina zaza mimkoma), especially the Kedusha of Torah.

    The Rebbes clear instructions to the Holy Tzaddik Braun to stay in or not to leave (eina zaza) Sydney (mimkoma), especially since the Holy Tzaddik was involved [in Sydney] with Kedusha of Torah.

    What else can the Rebbe have meant if not this?

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