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Welcome!
Feel free to browse the site and to learn any of the Sichos. Simply click on the Contents to choose the Sicha that you want to view and learn. This is a work in progress and hopefully will evolve based on your input and suggestions.
Adding Content - Contributors
A contributor is anyone who wishes to add content to the Wiki page. This can be translating a whole Sicha or just adding links to other pages that provide insight such as articles and pictures, video or audio files, or it could be as simple as fixing a typo or spelling mistake.
We need contributors to translate the Sichos as well as editors - so please join!
You can also email the sicha to us and we will post it for you. (We can also give you permission so that you can get started adding and editing pages)
To become a contributor or editor please contact:   WikiSicha@gmail.com
Editing conventions
In general try to write clearly and concisely and make sure you are always aiming to help others learn and understand the Rebbe's Sicha.
There is a Dictionary on the site that can help you and there are many sites that have translated many of the Hebrew and Yiddish terms.
The format of the translation is meant to mirror, as closely as possible, the actual sefer Likkutei Sichos (LS). This allows readers to reference the actual pages of the sefer. So please make the paragraph sections the same as the actual Sicha so that everyone can reference the proper section.
Important note:
When you edit or contribute to a page, you agree to release your contribution and rights to Likkutei Sichos Wiki. (We endeavor to give you full credit for your efforts )
Likkutei Sichos Wiki assumes that if you post source material from another site, that you have received permission to do so. If you do not have permission, just paste the link only and make a note that permission is needed for the actual source.
If anyone believes that material posted on this site infringes on their rights, please email us and we will remove the disputed material.


Acknowledgements:
Rabbi Benyamin Hoffman for the Abstracts and Lessons (Horaaot)   www.parshapages.com/