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Students Find Meaning During Visit to Rebbe's Resting Place

November 1, 2007
The discussions were challenging, the services were inspiring and the concert was jamming, but for many of the college students who participated in the Chabad-Lubavitch International Student Shabbaton & Conference last week, the most memorable moments came during a visit to the Ohel on the weekend's final day.
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Thousands visit the Ohel every year to pray to G-d in the proximity of holiness. In keeping with the traditional Jewish practice of writing notes to a deceased tzadik, or righteous person, to request intercession On High, many write their concerns and requests to the Rebbe and read them at his resting place before tearing them up. (Photos: Y. Taichman/Chabad.edu)
Thousands visit the Ohel every year to pray to G-d in the proximity of holiness. In keeping with the traditional Jewish practice of writing notes to a deceased tzadik, or righteous person, to request intercession On High, many write their concerns and requests to the Rebbe and read them at his resting place before tearing them up. (Photos: Y. Taichman/Chabad.edu)

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