There is a Jewish revolution happening before our eyes. Jews from all over the world visit a cemetery in the Queens section of New York. It is there that the Rebbe of Lubavitch and his father-in-law are buried. It’s not Jerusalem nor is it Rachel’s Tomb. Why are they coming? In his lifetime, the Rebbe of Lubavitch was receptive to every Jew, regardless of background, education, or degree of religious involvement. All who approached the Rebbe beheld his penetrating insight into their particular condition, and found solace in his purposeful words of blessing and advice.
This is still true. Although we cannot see the Rebbe physically, his is still the address to which we turn in times of crisis, or when a blessing is particularly called for. At the Ohel, (literally, the "tent," referring to the resting place where the Rebbe is interred), thousands of men and women from all walks of life pour their hearts out to G-d, and ask that the Rebbe intercede on their behalf. I have called this book, Ohel Guide because that is precisely what it is. The book guides the reader to get the most out of the Ohel experience.
- Item Weight : 4 ounces
- Paperback : 120 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1880880547
- ISBN-13 : 978-1880880548
- Publisher : JEP (April 1, 2001)