Enlightenment for the Blind needs
Enlightenment for the Blind is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
serving the blind and visually impaired, that publishes educational
materials to help them live a happier, healthier, and more meaningful life.
Since 1992, Enlightenment for the Blind has been disseminating the
teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of Lubavitch, to
the Jewish Blind and visually impaired Jews, on how we can all prepare
ourselves and the world around us for the coming Redemption by Moshiach,
through increasing in acts of goodness and kindness.
Even though there are many organizations around the world,
that are dedicated to serve the needs of the blind and visually impaired,
Enlightenment for the Blind is the only Jewish charity that publishes a
weekly Torah digest for the Jewish blind and visually impaired Jewish
This wonderfully inspiring weekly publication, called, Living with Moshiach, is based on the deepest hidden and revealed wisdom of the Torah
as taught by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of Lubavitch, and is
available free online, and free by mail, in large type or braille formats, for
all the blind and all visually impaired people.
Living with Moshiach is a lively compendium of deep Torah insights from
Chassidic sources and the Kabbalah, and detailed guides for the Jewish
holidays and meaningful Jewish observance.
Enlightenment for the Blind also hosts an extensive archive of Jewish
resources on the weekly Torah portion, Jewish holiday guides, Chassidic stories, and
books, explaining the concept of Moshiach and the coming imminent Redemption,
in many different languages.
All of the services and publications of Enlightenment for the
Blind are free of charge to all the blind and all visually impaired people.
THE REBBE'S PROPHECY
The Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson of Lubavitch, issued a call that "The time of our Redemption has arrived!" and "Moshiach is on his way!"
The word "Moshiach" as it appears in Braille:
The Rebbe stressed that he is saying this as a prophecy, and asks us all to prepare ourselves for the Redemption, through increasing acts of goodness and kindness.
Let us all heed the Rebbe's call.