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For centuries, being engaged with Torah meant being of an exceptional mind and travelling to study under the tutelage of a rabbi and sage. However, the Baal Shem Tov, and the Rebbes who followed, showed us a different way. By traveling to and visiting many Jewish communities, they brought the beauty of Torah to those who otherwise didn’t know of it.

No Jew Left Behind

No Jew Left Behind

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No Jew Left Behind

For centuries, being engaged with Torah meant being of an exceptional mind and travelling to study under the tutelage of a rabbi and sage. However, the Baal Shem Tov, and the Rebbes who followed, showed us a different way. By traveling to and visiting many Jewish communities, they brought the beauty of Torah to those who otherwise didn’t know of it.
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Baal Shem Tov, Elul 18
No Jew Left Behind
Disc 170, Program 679

Event Date: 18 Elul 5711 - September 19, 1951

For centuries, being engaged with Torah meant being of an exceptional mind and travelling to study under the tutelage of a rabbi and sage. The Baal Shem Tov, however, and the Rebbes who followed, showed us a different way. By traveling to and visiting many Jewish communities, they brought the beauty of Torah to those who otherwise didn’t know of it.

In fact, before being recognized as a great sage and miracle-worker, the Baal Shem Tov dedicated his life to educating young children in the ways of Torah. In this way, he taught us the importance of exposing every Jew, no matter their level of knowledge, to the beauty and light of the holy Torah.

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