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Seeing is Believing

In the 1960s, Moshe Kagan was a student at 770, the Central Lubavitch yeshiva in Brooklyn, New York. It was during this time that his father was in a car accident which caused him to lose his eyesight. His father wanted to avoid bringing any unnecessary pain to his family, and suggested to the Rebbe that he might not participate in his own son’s wedding. The Rebbe did not agree, and gave him a very special blessing.
Sight, Lubavitcher Rebbe
Seeing is Believing
Disc 199, Program 796

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