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A 1982 Satellite Feed of a Gathering with the Rebbe, of righteous memory
An hour-long excerpt from a 1982 satellite broadcast of the Rebbe’s pre-Passover gathering on the occasion of his 80th birthday (11 Nissan, 5742).
Vintage 1982 Satellite Footage
Original introduction to a 1982 satellite broadcast of the Rebbe's 80th birthday celebration. Hosted by Joseph Papp and the event's simultaneous translator, Rabbi Manis Friedman.
Historic video of a farbrengen (chassidic gathering) marking the Rebbe’s 70th birthday in 1972
Revealing a glimpse of the wisdom that moves himself, the Rebbe addresses questions that go to the very core of the human experience: Why am I here? Why do I struggle? And more importantly—what am I capable of becoming?
This farbrengen was held on the Rebbe’s birthday in 1985 and also marked the first Siyum Harambam, the closure of the yearly cycle of studying the Mishneh Torah, the magnum opus of Maimonides.
Adults and children wish the Rebbe a long life, a happy Passover and a happy birthday!
The Rebbe’s Talk from His 83rd Birthday
Arrogance is the root of all undesirable traits. How, then, can we allow people to gather here in order to honor an individual?
The Rebbe’s 75th birthday: March 30, 1977 · 11 Nissan, 5737
The Rebbe’s 75th birthday: Today’s gathering is not about a private individual. It is only that I had the good fortune to be able to help others to grow in Torah and Mitzvos, to assist and encourage them to the best of my ability…
Footage of a chassidic gathering in honor of the Rebbe’s birthday
In this excerpt from a televised farbrengen in 1983 celebrating his eighty-first birthday, the Rebbe zeroes in on the vital need for moral education for our children, genuine pride in our Jewish ways, and how these simple and straightforward measures will...
A 1981 Satellite Feed of a Gathering with the Rebbe
An hour-long excerpt from a 1981 satellite broadcast of the Rebbe’s pre-Passover gathering on the occasion of his 79th birthday (Nissan 11, 5741).
27 Tevet, 5751 • January 13, 1991
The publisher of Lifestyles magazine asks for a message for the world, in honor of the Rebbe’s 90th birthday: “The number 90 in Hebrew is “Tzaddik.” Every person, both Jew and non-Jew, must become a true Tzaddik, a righteous person.
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