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Waves
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Waves
How every thought, speech, and deed can make a world of difference.
Although today's world is a scary place, as evident from the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, one good deed can tip the scales. In Waves, hear the Rebbe explain how each deed, however insignificant it may seem, is universally important.
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Colonel Jacob Z. Goldstein of the New York Army National Guard recalls the fateful events of September 11th as he tended to the spiritual needs at the site of the fallen towers and his experiences during the four and a half months he spent at Ground Zero. (Many viewers may find details described to be extremely disturbing. Viewer discretion advised.)
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