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Acerca de Jabad Lubavitch

Acerca de Jabad Lubavitch

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Jabad Lubavitch es una filosofía, un movimiento y una organización.

Es considerada la fuerza más dinámica del mundo judío hoy.

Filosofía: la palabra “Jabad” deriva del acróstico de “Jojma” (sabiduría), “Binah” (comprensión), y “Daat” (conocimiento).

El movimiento Jabad enseña la dimensión, más profunda de la Torá.

Comprensión y reconocimiento del creador, el rol y propósito de la creación y la importancia y misión única y particular de cada criatura del Universo. Esta filosofía guía a las personas hacia un refinamiento del espíritu que les permite controlar todas sus acciones a través de la sabiduría, la comprensión y el conocimiento.

“Lubavitch” es el nombre de una ciudad de Rusia, que fue sede del movimiento durante más de cien años. En Ruso significa “ciudad del amor fraternal” Simboliza la esencia del amor y la responsabilidad de esta filosofía hacia toda persona judía, en forma individual.

Movimiento: Nació hace mas de 250 años, y se extendió rápidamente hacia toda Rusia y países vecinos, ofreció respuestas a los estudiosos, y un amor a los simples campesinos que antes no conocían. Con el trascurso del tiempo, llego hasta los confines mas alejados de la tierra, e influyo sobre todas las facetas del mundo judío.

Liderazgo: El movimiento es guiado por las enseñanzas del sus siete lideres “Rebes”, comenzando por Rabbi Schneur Zalman de Liadi (1745-1812). Estos líderes se explayaron sobre los más delicados y refinados conceptos del misticismo, creando una obra compilada en miles de volúmenes. Personificaron las ancianas cualidades bíblicas de piedad y liderazgo. Se preocuparon no solamente por Jabad Lubavitch, sino también por la totalidad de la vida judía, tanto espiritual como física. Ninguna persona a detalle fue considerado insignificante y no merecedor de su amor y dedicación.

En nuestra generación, Rabbi Menajem Mendel Schneerson, conocido simplemente como el “Rebe”, guió al judaísmo después del holocausto, y lo salvó de la devastación.

Organización: El origen de la actual organización remonta al año 1940, cuando el sexto Rebe de Lubavitch, Rabbi Iosef Yitzjak Schneerson (1880-1950), designa a su yerno (y posteriormente sucesor) para liderar el área de servicios sociales del movimiento.

Motivado por su profundo amor hacia cada judío, y alentado por su irreducible optimismo y espíritu de sacrifico, el Rebe puso en marcha una singular batería de programas e instituciones, todas al servicio de cada judío.

Actualmente, más de 4000 familias aplican principios que datan de más de 2500 años, y dirigen más de 2700 instituciones dedicadas al bienestar del pueblo judío, secundadas por un equipo de decenas de miles de personas.

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Anonymous via chabadoflajolla.com 4 Enero, 2017

Beautifully put! Thanks for posting and for all you do. You are a blessing! Reply

Alan Abrahamsaon Montana via jewishmontana.com 10 Nov, 2015

Intro to Chabad I was involved in another, non-Jewish organization that suggests those involved examine their relationship with God. I had no relationship with God. When learning about this, a non-Jewish member of this organization suggested that I ask my Rabbi. I said that I didn't have one. He said "Get one". The very next day, a Chabad Rabbi came to my home, (in Stevensville, Montana, of all places), and a friendship was born. I had the joyous privilege of going to the Fabrengen of Chabad Rabbis in New York this last weekend. The journey continues... Reply

Samantha Leon 1 Septiembre, 2015

I still remember all my experiences with Chabad. The first time I ever saw a Chabadnik was about a month before Chanukah/Hanukkah/Chanuka/Hanuka of '08. Someone from the regional offices came in to show us how to light an oil menorah. The Passover after that, the same person taught us to bake our own matzah make our own shofar two years later for Rosh Hashana and again this past Sunday. Reply

David Wilder Hebron, Israel via chabadnashville.com 13 Mayo, 2015

Thank you! I spent a wonderful Shabbat with Rabbi Tiechtel at the Nashville Chabad Center. It was delightful. The Rabbi's talks were enlightening and the people I met were hospitable, walking in the footsteps of Avraham Avinu and in the tradition of Chabad. I was given royal AAAAA treatment, as if a visiting king!
It was a Shabbat I will never forget.
Thank you! Reply

Anonymous via chabadnorthernnevada.com 5 Enero, 2015

Re: Jeremiah Of course there is!
There's a place for everyone at Chabad Reply

Anonymous United Kingdom 11 Diciembre, 2014

Attack in Crown Heights I read with horror about the attack in Crown Heights. Your people have helped me repeatedly over the last five years. I only wish I could do more than send my deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers to the relatives and friends of this latest victim of anti-semitic violence. "The Lord bless you and keep you and make his face to shine upon you and grant you peace." That says it all. Reply

Jeremiah Portland, OR via chabadoregon.com 10 Diciembre, 2014

What about me? I am an atheist, is there a place for me in Chabad? Reply

Anonymous UK 2 Nov, 2014

CHABAD reaches out CHABAD reaches out to everyone - regardless of their origins. They rescued me five years ago and I can never do enough to express my gratitude. Reply

Jurgen Beck Canada 6 Mayo, 2014

Chabad-Lubavitch Having just finished reading the new and expanded edition of Rabbi Weiners 91/2 Mystics , (read the original years ago) , I am happy/ pleased to see that the
Chabad-Lubavitcher movement is still vigorous and alive...

While not born into a Jewish family , the Lubavitcher Mysticism , is refreshing and necessary in a world gone crazy... Reply

TC Blalock Phoenix, AZ via chabadcenter.com 22 Febrero, 2014

Torah Fan I've been drawn near to the Lubavitch by my Love for Torah and the unveiling of its mysteries which continue to bring me closer to my family and yours. Thank You for sharing many wondrous works via your website. Reply

Clive Johannesburg, South Africa via chabadsouthafrica.org 21 Febrero, 2014

Interesting I have seen your institution advertised on the lamp posts of Club Street in Linksfield, although they didn't indicate it was a Jewish organisation. Anyway, I think that the pursuit of spirituality and enlightenment is always honourable and always yields positive results. Reply

doreet Eugene 3 Enero, 2014

Found out how "God" works,finally: Yes,I studied and searched all my life to find"the Truth"; I only recently realized thru Chabad how God works.I think he puts all life into this world,and WE are connected to him,all our lives.as is all life! That's the way God connects to this world; thru us,and all life.The Chabad are right.

I would say,thru reading how the Chabad say"don't wait for God to help & save you,you must try yourself to do it"--that WE have responsibility to love,and make the world better,BECAUSE God probably only works in the world, thru all of US.And that makes complete sense!! It does!! I always intuited that I was connected to God,all my life,--and I sensed that in others, and even other life forms.I am not clear about the details. But the Chabad do understand God,a great deal. They accept science, quantum physics ,and realize we are examining even the way matter is formed, and.what it's made of. the Chabad is PRAGMATIC, practical. Great philosophy.. Reply

Debra L Perlman 19 Nov, 2013

Learning I am Jewish About 25 years ago my great Aunt Lola informed me that I am Jewish. My maternal grandfather confirmed the information. My mother was Jewish. This site continues to help me through the journey of my heritage and faith. My mother returned to her heritage prior to her death 2/15/13. I am so thankful! Reply

yosef(the mexican Jew) mexico city 5 Junio, 2013

Yosef Garza-Stadelmann Saludos de Mexico, Shalom from Mexico we are the Jewish community, we are some Azkenazi other families Sefardi, we love our heritage! Baruch Hashem!
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Miriam Michigan, middle of nowhere 7 Mayo, 2013

Thank Hashem! I am so glad there are Chabad houses out there. I learn new ways to do mitvot, observe and simply soak up Knowledge when I'm there which isn't as often as I'd like because of the distance. Plus I'm shy and it's daunting going where everyone seems to know each other, I often feel like a Johnny come lately. However , despite that I still go. I know in time hopefully I will feel more like part of a family and my son will too as I drag him along. Hashem has plans for us I am just not aware of them and the Rebbe and his lovely wife will help guide us on this journey. So thank you for being here for us! Reply

Elana Ojai, CA via chabadofoxnard.com 29 Marzo, 2013

grateful We found Chabad of Oxnard and are grateful for the entire Chabad movement. Although we travel to attend services, it's worth it. Our rabbi and his family are the best! Reply

Chabad.org Staff 24 Marzo, 2013

Seder night Yes we do sit together at the Seder! Reply

Michael Barnett London 24 Marzo, 2013

Seder Night Do Chabad males & females sit together around the dining table to celebrate the Seder Night? Reply

Miss Laura Neva via jewishmontana.com 19 Febrero, 2013

and more of us I love the teachings and learning, although not Jewish. Torah teaching, His word, made more real to me then ever! Thanks Chabad Lubavitch, and the Montana chapter! Reply

Bethina Golden Tacoma Washington 9 Diciembre, 2012

I am deeply grateful to the Lubavich for their commitment to keep each Jew well informed about jewish matters Reply