It was also one of the discourses recited by the Previous Rebbe on his Bar Mitzvah. It is customary among Lubavitcher families for the Bar Mitzvah boy to recite this Maamar. The Maamar was originally translated into English by Rabbi E. In this printing, explanatory notes have been added. Green, Kfar Chabad
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SIE Library. New Books. Chapter 1: The Significance of a Bar Mitzvah. Chapter 2: Preparations for the Bar Mitzvah. Chapter 3: Bar Mitzvah Customs. Chapter 4: Tefillin. Chapter 5: The Maamar.
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The Bar Mitzvah Maamar, Short and Sweet Version
A maamar is a meditation on chassidic mystical thought, originally spoken by a rebbe from within a deep, contemplative state. Here is a condensation of the maamar that was first recited by the fifth rebbe of Lubavitch when he became bar mitzvah , then by his son, and since then by countless bar mitzvah boys. We would like to study Torah day and night, but we are preoccupied with the necessities of life. How do we know that our mitzvahs have an effect?
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In Chabad philosophy , the textual format of the Maamar is used in a great number of published works. Excluding those recited by the first Rebbe, Shneur Zalman of Liadi , himself, Maamarim build upon the founding intellectual Chabad method of the Tanya by the first Rebbe, each subsequent Rebbe developing the thought in successive stages, to seek broader explanation, communication and application. Chabad texts tend to systematic characterisation and presentation compared to the more homiletical-faith aims of most Hasidic literature. In the last generation, the 7th Lubavitcher Rebbe , while developing the Maamar in Chabad to its cumulative conclusion, made its in-depth Kabbalistic exegetical method secondary to the newly emphasised Chabad format of informal analytical talks, many published in Likkutei Sichos and Toras Menachem his central teachings, to enable greatest application of Hasidism to tangible spirituality and outreach. Though Maamarim are usually a self-contained entity, they are sometimes arranged as Kuntreisim studies or collected Sefarim books. Additionally, from the 4th Rebbe onwards, Maamarim often comprise extended Hemsheichim series on a theme. The main difference between a Maamar and a Sicha, the informal talks which were given by various Rebbes more frequently, which explains all the other differences, is that a Maamar is believed to be divinely inspired, whereas a Sicha lit.
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Chapter 5: The Maamar