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Letter in the Torah Campaign

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The Indispensable Letter
Those who lack scribal experience can commission the writing of a Torah. But most cannot afford this considerable expense. As such, we can fulfill the mitzvah by “purchasing a letter” in a Torah.
Have the scribe write a letter for you in the Unity Torah Scroll!
Which is the most important letter in the whole Sefer Torah? Maybe the first one? Or the last one? Or the one in the middle? Do you think there might be one letter that the Torah just can't do without?
The Rebbe’s Mitzvah Campaign
In the spring of 1981, the Lubavitcher Rebbe called for a special Torah scroll to be written in Jerusalem to unite all Jewish boys and girls. He maintained that by tangibly uniting together in the form of a common Torah scroll our nation’s oneness would b...
Have a letter in the kid’s Torah scroll is very special and connects you with the Torah and millions of Jewish children.
Every Jew should buy a letter in a collective Torah, for the one indivisible Torah unites the one indivisible people.
Rabbi Shmuel Greisman recalls some of the special instructions he received from the Rebbe as he began to direct the new campaign for Jewish children to own a letter in a Torah scroll. (1981)
The Rebbe taught us that Jewish children uniting by purchasing a letter in a "unity Torah" brings peace and security to the world. This message is as true today as it was back in the early '80s.
Farbreng, Episode 10
The Rebbe initiated a campaign encouraging each and every Jew to acquire a letter in a Torah Scroll. (From “Messages”—Season 2, Episode 10)
Parshat Vayelech
The 613th mitzvah of the Torah is the obligation for every Jew to write a Torah scroll. In the words of the verse: ""And now, write for yourselves this song, and teach it to the Children of Israel..."
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