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What kept me there for almost half a century was the realization that I had a long-lasting impact on children—and later adults—that continued over a lifetime, and, in some cases, from my theological vantage point, even beyond...
"Rebbe" said the businessman, "it's a different world here, in America. The neighborhood I live in... our friends... it just won't be right..."
When I was 11 years old, my father gave me the manuscript as a gift. “This is a chassidic kiss,” he said. “In time I will explain.”
It was three o'clock in the morning, and the Rebbe had seen dozens of people in the course of the night...
There comes a time in a religious woman’s experience when you do things by rote, and everything numbs over.
For my son, there was one teacher who stands out. He was a new teacher, fresh out of rabbinical school and trying his hand at education...
It was Passover eve of 1910. In the town of Lubavitch, every Jewish home was freshly scrubbed. The tables were bedecked with threadbare but meticulously cleaned white linen, surrounded by families about to begin their Seder celebrations...
She tried to chalk it up to a lesson in humility—one she was certain to remember. Occasionally, a twinge in the heart would remind: but . . . had she not once been a born teacher?
From the Ashes
I am a child of Holocaust survivors. I am a living miracle and testament to the great hand of G‑d that protected my father and mother from the Nazis during World War II . . .
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