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The Rebbe's relentless call to never rest

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Challenge: The Rebbe's relentless call to never rest

The Rebbe's message was as old as the Torah itself, yet his approach was as rousing as dawn. He urged each person, in personal and communal life, to never be satisfied with yesterday's achievements
Ambition, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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faranak brokhim los angeles June 22, 2023

Thank you so much Reply

Maria July 3, 2022

thank you, very moving indeed! Baruch HaSheM! Reply

Aaron Schatz Santiago June 13, 2021

thanks you so much! inspiring! Reply

Roz Steiner via January 29, 2016

Thank you so much for info regarding the music .I shall track it down and purchase today.

Roz Steiner Reply Staff January 26, 2016

To Roz Some of the music on this clip is from the Avinu Malkeinu CD by Avraham Fried. You can listen to it here. Reply

Roz Steiner Medford via January 20, 2016

I love the music. Where can I find the CD for my car? Reply

Pamela Cohen London, London via February 3, 2015

Video and email Thank you so much for sending this Video.
Amazing, Amazing. Reply

Anonymous January 17, 2014

suggestion It is very difficult for me to hear and concentrate on the Rebbe's words with the music playing, although I like it in the parts that are just video of various activities etc. Since obviously the music is a separate track, would it be possible to have a control on the screen to enable users to turn the music off and just hear the Rebbe? Reply

Michelle UK January 11, 2014

Thank YOU! and G-d bless all those who helped in the creation and sharing of this presentation ~ so inspirational and a wonderful testimony

Thank YOU! Reply

Anonymous Harrison, NY January 21, 2013

The Rebbe's message to always do more moves me to tears. It reminds me of my father's message, fitting as his English birthday is actually today, the 21st of January.My father, a Holocaust survivor, B"H,is 100 years old today. When people would tell him that they were working so hard at something, working all day, my father would say that that was wonderful, but then we would famously add: "Why not add the nights?!" Thank you, Rebbe. Reply

Veronica via February 4, 2012

Beautiful video! Reply

Dovi Brooklyn, NY February 3, 2012

Thank You! A gift to all. Reply

Anonymous Salt Lake City, UT January 31, 2012

Love and thanks for all your programs. I am not of your faith yet I feel so very close to the Hebrew (Jewish) people.

Since I've become homebound I have a great deal of time to spend at your computer site. I really enjoy the Rabbi's, comments, advice, the music and every other place I c an get into. Thank you! Sending my gratitude to all who spend such time in putting the programs together. Reply

Melissa Montreal January 10, 2012

Thank you for this blessing I simply love watching The Rebbe. It makes me feel something so special inside of me. What an amazing Light Hashem is, The Rebbe shines it greatly. What a precious soul. I feel very blessed to be able to see videos of Him. Thank you so much.
G-d bless you all. Reply

shmuelibless N.Y., N.Y.U.S.A. May 25, 2011


Avi via May 5, 2011

chabad was looking for chabad in berlin germany and found this video >Thank you G-D that you sent the Rebbe to this world !! Reply

Jordan Jay December 29, 2010

Seen this about 8 times Thanks

Honestly he somehow helps me continue in Judaism day to day. He is an inspiration.

You do not realise what a kindness and mitzvah you are doing by making all the Rebbe's archives available for free. I know so many who feel the same as me. I'm in England but I'm sure it's the same everywhere in the world.

A true light in the darkness. Even in the Jewish world unfortunately there is often a lot of darkness. Even in the 'religious' world there can be darkness. But in the Rebbe there is nothing but light. His glowing countenance is soothing, as is his voice.

So inspiring - inspires me daily.

Rebbe why did you leave us... Reply

Glenn October 24, 2010

This was nice to see. Brings peace to my soul. Reply

Anonymous Lod, Israel June 9, 2010

Name of Song @ Matthew Morelli, USA

The name of the first song is Anim Zmirot. Reply

Adira TN, USA January 25, 2010

so proud to be a Jew This video leaves me with a feeling that is hard to describe. It came at a time I really needed some guidance and support. It gave me that and more! What a wonderful person. Thank you to everyone that makes this website and information available. Reply

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