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An hour-long excerpt from a 1972 recording of the Rebbe’s annual gathering on the occasion of the yahrtzeit (anniversary of passing) of his father-in-law, the Previous Rebbe.

10 Shevat Gathering with the Rebbe

10 Shevat Gathering with the Rebbe

A 1972 recording of a farbrengen with the Rebbe


10 Shevat Gathering with the Rebbe: A 1972 recording of a farbrengen with the Rebbe

An hour-long excerpt from a 1972 recording of the Rebbe’s annual gathering on the occasion of the yahrtzeit (anniversary of passing) of his father-in-law, the Previous Rebbe.
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Farbrengen, Shevat 10

This release has been generously funded by Ben & Rochel Federman,
by Mendy & Leah Schurder & Family and by Rabbi Y. D. Grossman & Family

What is "Yud Shevat"?

The 10th day of the month of Shevat is the anniversary of passing (yahrtzeit) of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (1880–1950), of righteous memory.
It is also the day when, in 1951, the seventh Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902–1994), of righteous memory, formally accepted the leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch.
Click here for more about this day.

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With Apprecition London January 11, 2014

Thank you I want to thank you for making it possible to relive the farbrengen, to some extent. As a shucha who grew up in England, we used to get up 2:30 am to listen to the farbrengen.
I sit here in my Chabad House, decades later, and the messages are as potent as ever.

Thank you, may Hashem bless you with continued success etc Reply

Geoffrey Dreikman Lombard Durham, N.H. via January 11, 2014

Israel, The light of "HOPE"!! Tears of joy flooded my eyes as I listened to the Rebbe's powerful speech. I am so fortunate to be a Jew!! HaShem will "never" forsake our people. We shall continue to carry the torch of warmth and light throughout all" the generations"!!
Jews "are" responsible for each other and must be mindful of that responsibility lest we fall to slavery and exile again!!!! Reply

Laurie Sanford HI, Hawaii February 10, 2012

Thank you so much for sharing this video! It is so beautiful and heartwarming. Reply

B L Chicago February 8, 2012

Is threre a 10 shevat 1979 recording? It was an interesting farbregen. Reply

CRAIG HARVEY DRAPER, ut/usa February 6, 2012

REBBE Thank you for the link. The Rebbe was a powerful speaker. I was happy to learn from his sermon about Hashem's garden. Reply

Orjiakor Eric Ofordile vienna, Austria February 3, 2012

joy among us i love the work of the Rebbe, continue to help us light the world, Reply

Evan Philadelphia, PA February 3, 2012

Shneerson's Shevat Address The part of the Torah that says "people of the world must make it a world inhabited by G-d must not only practice obedience (in g-ds 'orchard'), but must do so with enthusiasm and joy" I keep that teaching close to my heart. I am one who doesn't sacrifice his life for Torah, however I see it as my passage to salvation, despite my transgressions and misdeeds. I see the reflection of G-d's first man, Adam, in myself. Adam didn't know how to behave, he didn't see the world as it is today. Adam supposedly had a garden of Eden, a place of paradise with no need to work. Eventually Adam and his wife Eve had to change and evolve, just as we human beings have to evolve. Back to my point about the Rebbe's speech. I can find G-d but to me it's far from a simple "here I am" process. I have not yet found who I am. Reply

Esther February 3, 2012

Question Why did the Rebbe have Russian/Gorgian songs sung in between hachana and Arba Bavot? Reply

Anonymous Voorhees, NJ/USA February 2, 2012

heritage so proud of my Jewish Heritage Reply

Barbara Newman harrisburgh, pa February 1, 2012

The light among us Without you the Jews, we are left in a world of darkness. This is why people have tried for generations to extinguish you. I pray to keep your light. Reply

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