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Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky on Rebbetzin Chana Commemorating the Yahrtzeit of the Rebbe’s Mother
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky on Rebbetzin Chana
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky shares his personal memories of Rebbetzin Chana (the Rebbe’s mother) in honor of the 6th of Tishrei marking her yahrtzeit.
A Conversation with the Rebbe’s Secretary Face to face interview with Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky Video
A Conversation with the Rebbe’s Secretary
An intimate conversation with Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, the long-time personal secretary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe at Chabad of Yorba Linda, California—interviewed by Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie.
Reflections: Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky Conference of Chabad Women Emissaries 5774 (2014) Video
Reflections: Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky
Message to the Shluchos Conference of Chabad Women Emissaries 5773 Video
Message to the Shluchos
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, delivers a message of inspiration and encouragement to the International Convention of Chabad Women Emissaries.
Message to the Shluchos Kinus HaShluchos 5772 Video
Message to the Shluchos
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, delivers a message of inspiration and encouragement to the International Convention of Chabad Women Emissaries.
The Rebbe and the Rebbetzin's Children
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch, personally recalls the love for the shluchim expressed by the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin.
What the Rebbe responded to a journalism student who asked of him to briefly describe his father-in-law, the sixth Chabad Rebbe.
The young student asked the Rebbe to briefly describe the Rayatz, his father-in-law. The Rebbe said, "The Rebbe [Rayatz] was privy to the loftiest spiritual heights and yet never forgot the simple people, people's problems, the mundane things in life."
As one of the Rebbe's aides, I did many tasks for the Rebbe. The Rebbe, without fail, always said thank you, adank in Yiddish. Why, I wondered, was the Rebbe always thanking me, just a young student when I began working in his office? Whatever I did,...
Rabbi Soloveitchik responded that he'd heard news of the Rebbe's condition, and "I can't envision a world without the Lubavitcher Rebbe..."
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