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Rabbi and author Benjamin Blech shares personal stories of his relationship with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory, and speaks about what he believes was the main component of the Rebbe's influence -- the ability to see the fullest potential of each Jew. (filmed at Chabad of Brooklyn Heights on the occasion of the Rebbe’s 17th Yahrtzeit, 2011)

The Rebbe's Revolution

The Rebbe's Revolution

What the Rebbe Saw In Each Jew

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The Rebbe's Revolution: What the Rebbe Saw In Each Jew

Rabbi and author Benjamin Blech shares personal stories of his relationship with the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory, and speaks about what he believes was the main component of the Rebbe's influence -- the ability to see the fullest potential of each Jew. (filmed at Chabad of Brooklyn Heights on the occasion of the Rebbe’s 17th Yahrtzeit, 2011)
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Rabbi Benjamin Blech has been a Professor of Talmud at Yeshiva University since 1966, and was the Rabbi of Young Israel of Oceanside for 37 years. In addition to his work in the rabbinate, Rabbi Blech is a prolific author of books on Judaism and the Jewish people. He is also highly-regarded speaker, who has spoken on Jewish topics to communities around the world.
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Avigail Hasofer Melbourne March 26, 2014

Very inspiring Thank you for these encouraging words. I had to search and dig for "Truth" which took many years. The first time I went to Chabad of Alabama and heard the davening I knew I had found what I had searched for many years.

Bless the Rebbe and Chabad for being there for me.
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Ariella Lindström Gothenburg, Sweden via chabad.se April 9, 2013

Thank you! Thank you so much for a wonderful speech. Reply

Anonymous September 1, 2011

Thank you rabbi Blech. I live in a very assimilated area. The insight you have provided helps me to more fully understand the Rebbes view toward "not yet religious jews". It helps me to view my fellow jews properly which will hopefully make my own modest efforts to influence those I come in contact with more successful.
Your story about the baal teshuva in switz. was amazing and very encouraging.
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Ronen Lod August 29, 2011

Thank you Thanks Rabbi,

You made a not so old man cry as well. Reply

hersh leib begun spaulo, Brasil August 25, 2011

crying Thank you, Rabbi Binyomin.
You made an old man cry. Reply

Mia Sherwood Landau Sherman, TX August 24, 2011

This is so inspiring! Thank you so much, Rabbi Blech for this incredible story of being a chasid in camouflage. I have had thoughts like that myself and your story gives me so much encouragement. So good to see you again! Reply

Mr. Meir Weiss August 24, 2011

:)very cool Reply

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