Hey Tammuz (17:27)
💬 Hashem needs YOU to bring the light of Torah and Yiddishkeit to everyone around you. You need Hashem to give you parnasa. You do your job, and Hashem will do His!
Daled Tammuz (20:47)
💬 The main point of davening is to keep our hiskashrus with Hashem strong!
Yom Hagadol Vehakadosh - Gimmel Tammuz (17:50)
💬 The neshamos of all of the Yidden are like one big guf. A Rebbe (which stands for the words “Rosh Bnei Yisrael,” head of the Yidden) is like the head. Just like a head has the chayus for the whole body, the Rebbe brings the chayus of Hashem to the rest of the Yidden.
Beis Tammuz (21:11)
💬 On the day of the tzadik’s yartzeit, all of the things that the tzadik did all of his life go up, together with the neshama of the tzadik, to a much higher level than before!
Alef Tammuz - Rosh Chodesh Tammuz (17:56)
💬 Moshe Rabbeinu was the first one to teach Yidden the 613 mitzvos, the way Hashem wants us to live. But in each time, there is a special shlichus — what part of Torah they should have an extra chayus in, and special horaos for then. It is the Rebbe who teaches what Hashem wants for our time!
Lamed Sivan - Rosh Chodesh Tammuz (21:20)
💬 Since a Rebbe’s whole life is to help his Chassidim, his holy Guf stays together in the place where he was their Rebbe. This way, the Chassidim can come and get kochos to fulfill their Shlichus until they all go together to Yerushalayim when Moshiach comes!
Chof-Tes Sivan (27:04)
💬 When we get used to thinking about how everything really is Hashgacha Protis, we will start to SEE Hashgacha Protis more often!
Chof-Ches Sivan (18:48)
💬 Even though it is good to know how to get into the “gates” of Shomayim, the main thing is to help another Yid with our whole heart — to ENJOY helping another Yid.
Chof-Zayin Sivan (20:47)
💬 When Chassidim are alive and living the way the Rebbe wants, we can see how the Rebbe’s shlichus and neshama is alive in this world!
Chof-Vov Sivan (17:20)
💬 If a mitzvah is the “joy of our heart” because we love Shabbos and think about it all the time (like we say in davening, “Hayom Yom Shlishi BeShabbos”), then we are keeping the mitzvah of Shabbos all week long!