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An address by Senator Joe Lieberman at an evening commemorating the Lubavitcher Rebbes’s fifteenth yahrtzeit—anniversary of passing (June 29, 2009 - Philadelphia, PA).

Reflection on the Rebbe by Senator Joseph Lieberman

Reflection on the Rebbe by Senator Joseph Lieberman

Commemorating the Rebbe’s 15th Yahrtzeit

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January 2, 2011
reflection
good average lecture.
Linda
Longueuil, quebec
August 31, 2010
I have deep respect for the Rebbe. Personally, I have little respect for the values, political integrity, and actions of Lieberman.
Anonymous
Chicago
July 9, 2009
It is not acient, it is lively living
It is such an inspirational speech, Senator, but Judaism is not an ancient value, it was, is, and will be alive and living.
And praying is also important.
Kayo
Tokyo, Japan
July 7, 2009
Very Inspirational
More than thank you Senator for sharing your encounters with Lubavitch. And Lubavitch, thank you for sharing this film. His message "'with faith and confidence' 'each our own way' 'every second' appreciate our life and serve HaShem " - so impressive, inspiring and encouraging. I have received an ammunition to face the challenges I am having and will have. Thank you.
Kayo
Tokyo, Japan
July 5, 2009
great speech
the rebbe and chabad are just amazing!
great speech. very good point.
samuel koch
albany
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