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In the 1970s, Charles Ramat had a number of audiences with the Rebbe. During one of these meetings, he asked the Rebbe about something he was struggling with.

The One Mitzvah That Kept My Kids Jewish

The One Mitzvah That Kept My Kids Jewish

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The One Mitzvah That Kept My Kids Jewish

In the 1970s, Charles Ramat had a number of audiences with the Rebbe. During one of these meetings, he asked the Rebbe about something he was struggling with.
Lubavitcher Rebbe, Neshek Campaign, The Rebbe's
The One Mitzvah That Kept My Kids Jewish
Disc 172, Program 688

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In the 1970s, Charles Ramat had a number of audiences with the Rebbe. During one of these meetings, he asked the Rebbe about something he was struggling with.
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KATRIEL January 15, 2018

That was very inspirational. Now that I have started a family of my own. I wonder how in this world in this society(secular) I will instill in them to love Gd with a Jewish soul. B"H first and foremost daily for allowing you the opportunity to meet the Rebbe and for you taking his advice to share with a struggling soul more than 30 years later. Reply

Anonymous Chabad.org January 6, 2018

I have 9 kids Reply

Ana Rodrigues Tomar January 2, 2018

Truly Inspiring! Reply

Chaim David ben Fishel New York January 2, 2018

Wow, what a brave and powerful discussion! Yasher Koach to you and your family! Reply

Anonymous Brooklyn December 31, 2017

Wow, very open, straightforward and candid about this, but amazing how he and his family committed to the mitzvah of Sabbath candle lighting as if their lives depended on it. And I believe it did! Awesome determination!! Reply

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