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First Person

High School Girls Record Women’s Untold Stories of the Rebbe
First Person
Students interview their relatives and share their stories on WhatsApp
Hospital Visit to Stranger Leads to an Unexpected Inheritance
First Person
A call from the Caribbean to Canada helps one rabbi link a father and son
Rays of Light Amid Loss: A Torah in Memory of Seven Children Killed in New York Fire
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Encourage joy, urges Gabriel Sassoon, a father who has lost so much; learn Torah and live by it
In Russia, the Giving of the Torah, Quite Literally, for One Boy
Former Soviet Union
Never mind the games and other playthings, this five-year-old had his eye on the real prize
Q&A: Chabad.Org Editor Earns Second Place in International Bible Contest
Education
Alex Heppenheimer travels from Brooklyn to Jerusalem, returning with great results
Engrossed in the Rebbe’s Wisdom, Day and Night
First Person
A personal account of honoring the 20th yahrtzeit from Crown Heights to Queens, N.Y.
Gathered to Listen and Learn, and Live the Torah Values Espoused by the Rebbe
First Person
Montreal serves as a microcosm of the larger world of Chabad-Lubavitch everywhere
Shining a Light in a Dark Place
First Person
I again journeyed to the old synagogue in Mumbai for Friday night prayer. There I met Rabbi Dov from Paris, the temporary replacement. Just like Rabbi Gavi, he approached me after the service and invited me to Shabbat dinner at Chabad.
An Inside Look: Rocket Threat Keeps Israelis on Their Toes
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A resident of Ashkelon, Israel, records his observations of living under the constant threat of rocket attack.
A Suitcase of Goodness
First Person
On Sunday, I embarked on a day-long trip to visit the families who were sitting shiva for the victims of the Mumbai tragedy. I was ready for a mission of light.
Touring Israel A Window Into Jewish People's Survival
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The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute’s recent mission to Israel took participants from around the world to sites illustrating the triumph of the Jewish people.
Globetrotting Senator Tells of Worldwide Movement
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Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman, who spoke to Chabad-Lubavitch of Greater Boynton Beach in Florida back in January, tells of guidance he received from the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory.
Witness to Tragedy Looks to Museum to Spread Tolerance
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Ari Halberstam was gunned down on the Brooklyn Bridge by a terrorist 14 years ago. His mother works to spread Judaism’s love of fairness and equality to every child who visits New York’s Jewish Children’s Museum.
Being a Jew Requires Constant Action
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Chabad-Lubavitch of Fairfield County’s recent Lamplighter honoree tells of his first encounter with Rabbi Yisrael and Vivi Deren, which taught him the value Judaism places on the actual performance of good deeds.
Rabbi Helps Correct Every Traveler’s Worst Nightmare
First Person
A delayed flight and lost passport brings an Israeli kosher supervisor and the Chabad-Lubavitch emissary to Athens, Greece, together.
Witness to the Transformative Power of a Teenager's Friendship
First Person
Chana Stery Bryski, now studying in Israel, was one of many volunteers at the Friendship Circle in Agoura Hills, Calif.
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