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“He, Too, Is Alive”

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"He, Too, Is Alive"

Torah expects a tzaddik to not be satisfied with his own righteousness; his mission is to influence his fellow Jews to follow G‑d’s path, and to help them become in turn sources of inspiration to others as well.
Rebbe, Role of; Rebbe-Chassid Relationship, Tzaddik, Passing of a Tzaddik, The, Farbrengen, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Anonymous via chabadgn.com July 9, 2014

The Rebbe is not of memory to me even if you call it blessed. The Rebbe lives on in our lives, helps us to this very moment and cares about each of us. We care about the Rebbe too, as we try to fulfill his wishes to us. Reply

Daniel July 4, 2014

I was actually thinking about this yesterday.
The righteous man by his personal righteousness is not acceptable if he does not CONTINUE in it--which righteousness will include warning the unrighteous and attempting to turn them to righteousness (according to Ezekiel). Reply

Shoshannah Chana Oakland, California July 4, 2008

In Memory... Though I never had the profound privilege of meeting the Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of Blessed Memory, I have a huge picture of him in my living room, and two photos of him during Succot in my office, and 1 photo in another room.
I may not be the epitome of a Chassidic woman, but I sometimes read Likutei Sichot to be in touch with all that he represents, perform good deeds, and give Tzedakah in memory of family members, and in honor of many different people. I am very much in tune with much of what the Rebbe has said; and I truly wish that he were alive today to guide much of what occurs in the Jewish world, most especially in Israel.
With great fondness and appreciation,
Shoshannah Chana Bas Leola Martha
Shabbat Shalom U'Mevorach! Reply