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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.

Living the Rebbe's Legacy

Living the Rebbe's Legacy

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Living the Rebbe's Legacy

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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Nelson D'Silva Mississauga, Ontario/Canada September 17, 2007

Rabbi Friedman's We have been listening to Rabbi Friedman for the past 8 years. Both my wife and I are now in the process of conversion to Judaism. We were searching for the truth and we now know that Judaism is the truth. No words of thanks can appropriately express our gratitude to Rabbi Friedman. G-d bless Rabbi Friedman. Reply

Eli Campos Whittier, CA May 2, 2006

Living the Rebbe's Legacy Rabbi Friedman's explanation of the differences between believing and knowing is very powerful. Outside information can lead one to believe but we are to know G-d from within through experience, the perfection of emunah (faith). Reply

Ruvein Caplan Lyons, Nebraska July 3, 2005

The Rebbe's Legacy by Manis Friedman I have listened to Rabbi Friedman's commentary on Tanya for two years. I have been moved by the Rebbe's programs to become a mitzvah Jew for two years. I really appreciate this talk as it gives my daily life as a Jew clarity and Direction. We want Moshiach now. Reply

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