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Cteen Shabbaton Closing Ceremony

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The “I Matter” Event: Cteen Shabbaton Closing Ceremony

Watch a live broadcast featuring Jewish teens from across the globe fired up to make a world of a difference and change the status quo for good. The iMatter event is the climax of the annual CTeen Shabbaton, where over 2,000 Jewish teens convene in New York for an unforgettable weekend of inspiration, Jewish pride and unity.
Youth, Adolescence

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S. F France February 25, 2019

The video doesn't work Reply February 25, 2019
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It works now can you please try again? Reply

S. F February 27, 2019
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It does! Thank you! Reply

Kai Australia February 24, 2019

Let kindness and goodness radiate from from all of us. We are all from the light of G-d . Let our love embrace each other , and eminate to those whom loneliness brings a constant sorrow. Smile, share a kind word and perhaps a meal and break bread with someone you know in despair. An overbearing burden is lightened even if just spoken out loud and listened to by a stranger. We are a society . A social network . Our social and Jewish religeous structures must uphold those who cannot uphold themselves in times of solitude or desolation or despair . Reach out within your wisdom , help those whom you can. Guide those whom you cannot. Be gentle and listen. It is good to be alive , no matter what obstacles are in our way ; for we alone are the masters of our own disasters. We cannot blame others for our own shortcomings. "Look forward. Lift your head . Smile. Forgive yourself. You cannot change your past, but you can your change your future."
Much love and Grace. Reply

Eva Raimi-Eazaz Helsinki February 24, 2019

Amazing happening. My sons 9, 16 and 17 years old are enjoying the great event here in Helsinki, Finland with you guys.
Hope something like this would also take place here in Finland. Thank you. Reply

Chabad Rochester February 24, 2019

Shwekey sang at a Jewish wedding made by Chabad, for a couple who were remarried by Halacha, when he was a Yeshiva bochur, before he became a professional singer. Thank you! Reply

Leah Austin February 24, 2019

Are there open captions for the deaf? Reply

mimi cohen mountain view February 24, 2019

the sound was so low that I could not listen and gave up. too bad, it was so interesting. Reply

Shmuel February 24, 2019

Where did this show take place? Reply

Anonymous luxembourg February 25, 2019
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cteen i think new york Reply

Shmuel Chanowitz Brooklyn February 26, 2019
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Thank you Reply

Anonymous Florida February 24, 2019

Our son is in attendance, but our dear daughter is missing out on this joyous event due to twelve strokes and open heart surgery last Jan/Feb. She often questions why her life was saved and at times wishing it wasn't. This subject is especially timely, thank you! Reply Staff February 24, 2019
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Thank you for sharing. May your dear daughter have a complete and speedy recovery. May she be able to attend next year's event. Reply

Anonymous Florida February 25, 2019
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Thank you, G-d willing Reply

Michael Senckowski Worcester February 23, 2019

Your joy brought joy to me. Seeing films of the Rebbe opened doors to my heart. I, a stranger, stand with Yisrael. Thank you and keep me in your prayers! Reply

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