Sicha – Rosh Hashana -Chana (01)
Likutei Sichos Vol 19 p 291 ff The story of Chana isn’t read only because the story happened on Rosh Hashana but because it teaches us an Avoda lesson for this day.
Toras Menachem – Rosh Hashana 5714 (02)
Class Two. 1) Shabbos T’shuva, is different than the remaining days of T’shuva, 2) Rosh Hashana and Shabbos. Page 12-13.
Toras Menachem – Rosh HaShana 5713 – (02)
Class Two. The status we’re in on Rosh Hashana is heightened and the judgement of how our year will go (spiritually and materially) is made accordingly. We must keep the inspiration all year long as it is right now. He hides only so we should keep looking for Him. Page 14-15.
Toras Menachem – Rosh HaShana 5713 – (01)
Class One. Ma’amar as part (or in conjunction with) a Farbrengen. Brachos. p 13.
Sicha to the Yeshiva’s supporters 7 Tishrei 5714 (01)
Class One. This Sicha was said to the supporters of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva. The Rebbe discusses the idea that spiritually we’re all Kohein Gadol and there is the Avoda of gold, where each one must use all the special strengths Hashem gave him, and the Avoda of white, that we’re all the same.
Toras Menachem – Rosh Hashana 5714 (03)
Class Three. 1) Shabbos in Aseres Ymei T’shuva, the Shabbos is T’shuva with the Guf, 2) when we go straight from Rosh Hashana into Shabbos like ascending from Tahara to a higher Tahara. Page 13-14.
Sicha – Rosh Hashana – Chana (11)
Likutei Sichos – Vol 19 p 291 ff Conclusion lesson from Chana what is on the inside should also be on the outside.
Sicha – Rosh Hashana – Chana (10)
Likutei Sichos – Vol 19 p 291 ff The Baal Shem Tov teaches that subconsciously we want what Hashem wants for us.
Sicha – Rosh Hashana – Chana (09)
Likutei Sichos – Vol 19 p 291 ff Beneath our limited self centered self is our idealistic want to fulfill our life’s mission.
Sicha – Rosh Hashana – Chana (08)
Answer on Rosh Hashana our personal needs aren’t personal at all. They are about fulfilling our destiny, and go to (or come from) our very core.