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The Rebbe: Marching Orders

Perspectives on the Rebbe’s Impact

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The Rebbe: Marching Orders: Perspectives on the Rebbe’s Impact

“The Rebbe didn't leave a legacy; he left marching orders”
Gimmel Tammuz, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Moshe F Fair Lawn, NJ December 10, 2020

I was lucky enough to meet the Rebbe several times. I have a framed photo of him with 5 $1 US bills he gave me and my family just before his death. Reply

David Shirazi Beverly Hills July 28, 2020

The Rebbe was the Moshe Rabeinu of our generation.
We miss him immensely. Reply

Vic Trantos Barrie Ontario July 2, 2020

Tears in my eyes.... Reply

Ilana Frug israel July 2, 2020

He literally heals my heart.... Reply

David Buffalo,N.Y. June 29, 2020

One of a kind-- he has taught me so much. Reply

Anonymous New Jersey November 15, 2019

So inspirational it’s like water to a thirsty plant gives life to every soul . Reply

Lena Yael August 9, 2019

Beautiful Reply

Yehuda Pennsylvania March 20, 2019

Let us not forget, the scales of good and evil are assumed balanced, and one mitzvah could be the tipping point to merit our hastening the redemption immediately. May we all perform one more mitzvah and another after that, and again another after that, without limitation. May Hashem bless and illuminate you. Shalom. Reply

Eli via January 4, 2019

Like the Rebbe, when see the goodness and Divine Spark in everyone, we are elevated to draw closer to HaShem via Mitzvot. Reply

Bentzion Shemtov Chicago June 17, 2018

So moving,so inspired to helping another Jew do a mitzvah, hoping to see the Rebbe very soon with the coming of Moshiach Reply

julia mati jonnard diplomat hotel jerusalem via November 2, 2017

im 91 years inspired to do just one more mitzvah at a time
-julia Reply

Eleanor Skibo Pennsylvania, USA September 30, 2017

The Rebbe's light will never burn out; his amazing glow will shine an shine for ever and ever and have an everlasting affect upon each and every Jew. G d Bless the Rebbe for all eternity. Reply

Pinchus March 26, 2017

The Rebbe is a man and the distinguishing factor was his ability to love, that penetrates all the clouds Reply

Anonymous February 9, 2017

HaShem Bless You all.Shabbat Shalom.thank You Chabad.Love. Reply

Pearl December 15, 2016

Extremely educational and inspirational! Well said ! The Rebbe was a visionary! I feel he is still with us !

Jim Pierce December 9, 2016

baruch Hashem. Rabbi Liberow introduced me to the Rebbe's legacy. I am Blessed. Moshiach Now! Maranatha! Reply

Anonymous July 7, 2016

God Bless The Rebbe Reply

Yosef Mordechai Gati New York June 17, 2016

We should all feel and share the Commitment that all Lubavitchers

have for The Rebbe which is without Limit .

Shabbat Shalom Reply

Fr Gary McIntire Ohio,America November 11, 2015

1994 a real man to be admired and loved by all whether jewish or secular and gay or heteroman. i am going to miss him, but am just discovering him,he passed away the same gregorian year as my father, will miss you,will any man ever really be able to live up to him? Reply

Shoshanna Pa-17110 July 19, 2015

Wishful Thinking I wish I had met him..but I wasn't even born when he died...oh well... Reply

Nosson Gourarie ny May 24, 2019
in response to Shoshanna:

me too Reply

Joseph July 30, 2020
in response to Shoshanna:

You could meet him and connect with him through his Teachings Reply

Shmuel Jerusalem via January 11, 2021
in response to Shoshanna:

In some ways, to be born after gimmel tamuz is a privilege, because it affords an opportunity to internalize the Rebbe's ideas on a level our parents who had the Rebbe on the other end of a fax, letter or phone call to turn to, could not.

The Rebbe is counting on us to bring our best work into the world, a teaching he emphasized relentlessly. To determine what that work is, how best to express it, and who to express is to is up to us to discover... even the Rebbe cannot go to the places where you can go, in your world, in your spheres of influence and in your own soul. The Rebbe saw himself said that his role "is to show people where to look... but the searching itself is our work to do. More than ever I feel like the Rebbe needs us more than we need him (to give legs to Hashem's vision for a better world). Reply

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