Enter your email address to get our weekly email with fresh, exciting and thoughtful content that will enrich your inbox and your life.

How Are You?

Autoplay

How Are You?

As an Israeli college student studying in London, England, Mrs. Orah Jurawel befriended a local Chabad family. When she subsequently traveled to visit New York, they asked her for a small favor: to deliver a gift to the Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka. (1974)
Lubavitcher Rebbe
How Are You?
Disc 110, Program 439

Living Torah

You may also be interested in...


Join the Discussion

Sort By:
1 Comment
1000 characters remaining
DrPG New Jersey January 30, 2013

Wise Words This is a very important message. So often, we focus on the person who is ill, but neglect the very critical work done by the caregivers, without whose help the sick person would not be able to survive. I had lymphoma, and I always tried to spare my caregivers whenever possible (I knew that they could not do anything for me during chemotherapy, for example, so I always told them not to come. I also did not tell them that one of the drugs could kill me on the spot.), and I was very happy to be able to recover and thank them all for what they had done for me. Reply

Please consider becoming a member of Living Torah today!