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The Life and Times of The Rebbetzin

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The Rebbetzin

A brief biography of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson, of righteous memory, wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory.
Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka "Moussia" Schneerson, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Tawana Blount Queens December 23, 2017

I wish I could be like her.Rebbe. Reply

Rozentryd Poland May 27, 2020
in response to Tawana Blount:

Me too Reply

Rana Edwards Miami, FL February 5, 2023
in response to Tawana Blount:

(In response) Look again at your reflecting mirror enriched by Hasidism.

Whether literally or even vicariously--never wish to be like another, let alone amongst others. G-d [created] us each of us to be specific vessels and filled with His intended purpose. May the Lord bless you all the more in your faith-walk.

~ An [observant] Christian, also "well fed and never thirsting" in Hasidism at Jacob's Well. Reply

Sam Leon October 26, 2014

I hear "Eishet Chayil" in the background. Lovely song! Reply

Tracie Ellis Boca Raton, FL via February 14, 2012

My son and the Rebbetzen My son who is autistic and has many life threatening medical issues at about the age of 2-1/2 picked up the little brief biography book on Chaya Mushka Schneerson and it has been his "special book" ever since. We are not very observant people but he believes the "lady in the book" is his very special friend. He still keeps this book by his bedside and kisses her picture all the time. G-d really does send messages through interesting ways. If he believes, then I must also as G'd talks to speical people in special ways.

I thank G-d for Rebbetzin Schneerson for giving my son something pure and holy to have and call his very own. Reply

Sybil Guetersloh Danville, CA. via January 28, 2011

The Rebbetzin What a lovely person she was and so special. I loved seeing this about her. Reply

Mary C. Schilling Merced, Ca February 2, 2010

The Rebbetzin The Rebbetzin's memory is a blessing; an inspiration to all Jewish women. May we all grow from strenght to strength. Reply

Shoshannah Brombacher Brooklyn, NY April 18, 2009

After being depressed on the holiday (we were served court papers about a rent dispute by a landlady) I looked at this little movie and felt much better. thank you for posting this!! Reply

Ariella Rosencrantz seattle, wa. September 22, 2008

THE REBBETZIN I have been waiting for this video for a long time. Each day the Rebbetzin gives me comfort and strength to accept my life without the blessing of being able to have had children. She lived her life with dignity and modesty, setting an example for all women. Reply