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Breathing new life into a shattered people; the three components that set the Rebbe’s leadership apart, in the aftermath of the holocaust.
Its a mitzvah to imitate our creator. We also try to imitate a Rebbe, teacher or mentor. A chasid tries to acquire at least some measure of his Rebbe's personality and character. This class tries to give us an observation of one measure of the Rebbe's qualities which we may try to emulate.
The Rebbe said a chassidic discourse and personally gave it out to thousands of people shortly before he passed away. In it, he explains the role of the ‘shepherds of the people’; the Jewish leaders. It sets the tone for the future and tells us what we need to do to reveal G-dliness in this world.
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Rebbe and Chassid
An open and informative class on the relationship between Rebbe and Chassid.
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Training Wheels
Rabbi Kaplan explains what happens when the soul leaves the body and the concept of a Yahrtzeit. How is it that Chabad copes after the 3rd of Tamuz -- the passing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of blessed memory. What is the significance of the passing of a tzaddik.
“Chabad taught us how to have Judaism without the "oy," but with the joy.”
International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries - Cheshvan 25, 5766 - November 27, 2005 at the New York Hilton.
Redefining the Jewish World
What is the role of the Jew in a modern world: to cling to a particularistic heritage or to integrate into a universalistic society. Discover the Rebbe’s unique response and vision.
A keynote address by Israeli Ambassador Yehuda Avner at an evening dedicated to the Lubavitcher Rebbe (Detroit, Michigan – June 16, 2009).
Commemorating the Rebbe’s 15th Yahrtzeit
An address by Senator Joe Lieberman at an evening commemorating the Lubavitcher Rebbes’s fifteenth yahrtzeit—anniversary of passing (June 29, 2009 - Philadelphia, PA).
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Believe In Yourself!
Commemorating the Rebbe's anniversary of passing
Rabbi Gordon shares personal reflections and inspirational anecdotes on the occasion of the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit.
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Rabbi to the World
Carrying the Rebbe’s message in the halls of power
Rabbi Levi Shemtov, Chabad emissary in Washington, D.C., and rabbi to ambassadors, presidents and potentates, shares firsthand accounts of how the Rebbe’s teachings have influenced the world’s most powerful men and women. (Recorded on the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the Rebbe’s passing.)
How the Lubavitcher Rebbe Changed My Life
Chief Rabbi of the British Commonwealth, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, tells how the Rebbe's guidance affected him at three critical junctures in his life. Rabbi Sacks suggests that we can all live the Rebbe's vision by a) increasing in love for all Jews, b) empowering individuals to discover their true potential, and c) sharing our Jewish commitment and observance with others.
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)
A voice of hope after the ashes of the Holocaust
On the occasion of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s yahrtzeit, Rabbi Yossy Goldman shares the Rebbe’s unique vision of hope.
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The Rebbe and the Rav
Two remarkable Torah leaders and their relationship
The Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, and the Rav, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, of righteous memory, were heirs to two traditions that are largely defined in contrast and in correspondence to one another. But each draw from the tradition of the other, and their personal relationship ran deep.
Rabbi Zev Segal shares personal reflections on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s impact and care for every Jew. This talk was given at a Shloshim tribute (30th day from passing) for the Rebbe in 1994. Every year on Av 3 (marking the original Shloshim), Nachum Segal plays his father's tribute about the Rebbe on his radio program “JM in the AM” (which can be heard every weekday 6-9 AM in New York).
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