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Shepherds of Israel

Embrace your role in the cosmic tale of love, rejection and return

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Shepherds of Israel : Embrace your role in the cosmic tale of love, rejection and return

Rabbi Dov Greenberg offers a deeply personal account of the Rebbe’s take on Song of Songs’ imagery of a maiden and shepherd who cycle from intense love to outright rejection before the shepherd reignites her passion. This embodies the turbulent relationship between the Jewish people and G‑d. It is our mission to be shepherds of Israel, reaching deep to reignite the passionate soul of Judaism.
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International Conference of Emissaries, Chabad-Lubavitch

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Charlie November 24, 2013

Rabbi Dovi - thank you! Your speech was great!
Thank you so much for the warm words and much more for what you and your friends are doing. Reply

Pulen Pather Durban South Africa November 14, 2013

I am a Christian and I enjoyed a very informative speech by Rabbi Greenberg.
I have really introduced myself to a wealth of information. Reply

Hannah Ariel Boca Raton Florida November 13, 2013

I am at a loss of words to describe this!
Tizku l'mitzvot! Reply

sarah chaya Elisha Brooklyn November 6, 2013

Very very well done and very inspiring Reply

Brocha Weinberger November 6, 2013

Rabbi Dov Greenberg is real Chabad Nachas! He should give every Chossid the strength to keep going stronger than ever since he is a product of the Great work that Chabbad is doing for all of Klall Yisroel. Chazak V'ematz and keep giving the Rebbe Nachas from his children! Reply

Anonymous November 5, 2013

Audio Anyway to download just the audio of the speech? Reply

Dan November 5, 2013

A profound and moving speech!! A profound and moving speech!!! The best i've heard about Chabad's impact on the world. Reply

Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org November 5, 2013

The women are holding the fort at home, running the local institutions and the family! In January they have their own conference and the roles are reversed, the men take care of things at home. Reply

Chabad.org Staff via mychabad.org November 5, 2013

The women are holding the fort at home, running the local institutions and the family! In January they have their own conference and the roles are reversed, the men take care of things at home. Reply

Donna Frankel Saratoga, CA via chabadsj.com November 5, 2013

Thank you for making this possible! I listened to all the speeches-almost felt like I was there at this Kinus. Amazing history, vision and inspiration-but where are the women? We are at least 1/2 the souls of the Jewish people. Reply

Amy Miller NYC & Southampton November 4, 2013

Kol Ha Kevod Rabbi Greenberg. Always inspired by you. Reply

FactsRule Las Vegas November 4, 2013

Wonderful God continue to bless you & yours. Reply

Rachel New Melbourne Australia November 4, 2013

Magnificent and inspiring! Reply

Chanah Ariella Rosencrantz Seattle November 3, 2013

Yasher koach! Truly inspiring. Reply