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The Power of Thought

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The Power of Thought

Mrs. Chana Popack and her husband served as Chabad emissaries in Philadelphia for three decades. She was born in Soviet Russia during Stalinist times, and her father was at a loss about where to send her to school. He couldn’t communicate directly with the Rebbe, for fear of being intercepted by the Soviet authorities. But through various maneuvers, he managed to get advice from the Rebbe, and somehow, the Rebbe’s unlikely idea worked. (1930s)
R. Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch, Thought, Power of; Positive Thinking, Soviet War on Judaism, Lubavitcher Rebbe
The Power of Thought
Disc 190, Program 757

Mrs. Chana Popack and her husband served as Chabad emissaries in Philadelphia for three decades.

She was born in Soviet Russia during Stalinist times, and her father was at a loss about where to send her to school. He couldn’t communicate directly with the Rebbe, for fear of being intercepted by the Soviet authorities. But through various maneuvers, he managed to get advice from the Rebbe, and somehow, the Rebbe’s unlikely idea worked. (1930s)

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