כ"א לחודש השנים עשר תשע"ג
Here is a photograph of the home of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Shneerson. That's right, folks, "late."
It is now the World Headquarters of Chabbad-Lubavitch. And, of course, some believe that the late Rebbe isn't so late, and still lives there. But, I digress....
|770 Eastern Pkwy., Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York|
The number "770" is even requested to be included in the choice of a new phone number.
Some even model their own houses after 770 Eastern Pkwy. I know of at least three examples of this in Israel alone. My guess is that there are probably more.
I am almost afraid to point out the following. In the past, I refrained from even making a joke about how the dimples in the stereotypical Chabbad hats represent the sefiroth, because someone might actually come to believe, and spread is around to others, as some kind of hidden secret of the Torah revealed.
Who knows what some Chabbadniks will now make of the Israeli Postal Service, or packages requiring a certain postage?
Here is a screen shot taken from the Israeli Postal Service's price calculator. It shows the results of how much it would cost to send a letter within, weighing between 350 and 500 grams.
|A 350-500g letter costs NIS 7.70 to send within Israel.|
Only time will tell if any mysterious significance will be placed on this now revealed piece of trivia.