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You Don’t Have to Be a Rabbi

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You Don't Have to Be a Rabbi

In our daily lives we come into contact with a variety of people, whether family, friends, coworkers or employees, and our interaction with them is often limited by the way we perceive them.
Shelichut, Arvut, Outreach & Influence, Lubavitcher Rebbe
You Don’t Have to Be a Rabbi
Disc 130, Program 520

Event Date: 19 Kislev 5733 - November 25, 1972

In our daily lives we come into contact with a variety of people, whether family, friends, coworkers or employees, and our interaction with them is often limited by the way we perceive them.

Yet a dictum of the Talmud, “All of Israel are responsible for one another,” implies that there is a much deeper connection.

Here, the Rebbe calls upon us to reassess these relationships, and view each of them as the obligation and opportunity that they are.

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