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Passing of a Tzaddik – Turning Pain into Growth

10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983

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Passing of a Tzaddik – Turning Pain into Growth: 10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983

A person’s passing seems to be a time of sorrow, not happiness. Yet, we gather on the Rebbe’s Yahrzeit, to increase our energy, enthusiasm, and joy in fulfilling our life’s mission. Torah teaches that, “a greater light comes from darkness.” Torah instructs us to take apparent negativity and darkness, and find in it G-d’s glory, goodness and light.
Passing of a Tzaddik, The, Yahrtzeit, Lubavitcher Rebbe
Passing of a Tzaddik – Turning Pain into Growth
10 Shevat, 5743 • January 24, 1983
Disc 11, Program 43

Event Date: 10 Shevat 5743 - January 24, 1983

A person’s passing seems to be a time of sorrow, not happiness. Yet, we gather on the Rebbe’s Yahrzeit, to increase our energy, enthusiasm, and joy in fulfilling our life’s mission.

Torah teaches that, “a greater light comes from darkness.” Torah instructs us to take apparent negativity and darkness, and find in it G-d’s glory, goodness and light.

The Zohar says, “A Tzaddik who passes away is present in all worlds even more than during his lifetime.” When we realize that the Tzaddik’s passing gives him even greater energy to affect this world, a Yahrzeit can become a celebration. This occasion can give us greater enthusiasm to rededicate ourselves to his mission and to fulfill it with greater joy.

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