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The Rebbe recalls his mother's activities during World War I.

Memories of My Mother

Memories of My Mother

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Memories of My Mother

The Rebbe recalls his mother's activities during World War I.
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson
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Anonymous Calvert City, KY January 3, 2012

All Refugees I think the Rebbe's speech to be inspirational. Not only for Jewish people, but to all of us seeking to find answers. We may never know the real reason why some memories are visible and others are hidden so deeply within the mind. His words help me to understand a little bet more clearly. I believe hatred is still among us today and we must continue trying to improve our minds, even if we do not know the reasons why. Reply

Anonymous Sao Paulo, SP - Brazil January 11, 2007

Memories of my mother I was deeply moved by teh Rebbe´s memories of the difficult work of his mother. I can testify how much Rabbis´ mothers are caring and a model of holyness and faith. May this beautiful video inspire us all throughout the world to make also a contribution for the benefit of Israel´s children and exiles, at our Communities and abroad. God Bless the Rebbe´s memory. Shalom! Reply

Anonymous nyc November 22, 2006

a source of inspiration and encouragement May these words serve as a source of inspiration and encouragement to all those who spend their days and nights helping the jews on the borders of the Holy Land, especailly the women and children! Reply