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The Tzaddik Lives

15 Tammuz, 5745 · July 4, 1985

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The Tzaddik Lives: 15 Tammuz, 5745 · July 4, 1985

The Talmud states about our forefather, Jacob: “As long as his children are alive, he, too, is alive.” When we live the teachings and mission of the Rebbe, our bond to him becomes everstronger, and in the words of the Talmud, “he too, is alive.”
Tevet 5, Lubavitcher Rebbe
The Tzaddik Lives
15 Tammuz, 5745 · July 4, 1985
Disc 57, Program 225

Event Date: 15 Tammuz 5745 - July 04, 1985

My father-in-law, the Rebbe, was connected to every single Jew. He sacrificed himself for young and old, small and great, alike. He also had open and clear self-sacrifice for the Torah books and manuscripts he painstakingly gathered and preserved.

The Talmud states about our forefather, Jacob: “As long as his children are alive, he, too, is alive.” When we live the teachings and mission of the Rebbe, our bond to him becomes everstronger, and in the words of the Talmud, “he too, is alive.”

Every book and manuscript which he owned are a part of his life, and he continues to be connected with them. G-d forbid to say that because a number of years have passed something has changed. To the contrary: Every passing year makes our personal bond with the Rebbe even stronger — and so the Rebbe, too, becomes even more alive.

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Dovber brooklyn, NY January 3, 2009

Missing?! Where is the rest of the video? Where's the part where the Rebbe continues about the funeral, and says that the previous Rebbe is here in this physical world?! Reply

sheina NY, NY January 1, 2009

wow! This shows us clearly that even after 14 years of not seeing the Rebbe , he's still here with us and lives on even more strongly with us. Reply

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