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A Bochur Writes: Our Yiddishkeit, Our Rebbe

From the COLlive Inbox: A bochur writes, "What does the Rebbe mean to us 25 years after Gimmel Tammuz?" Full Story

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Omein
July 3, 2019 10:24 pm

Beautiful

i totally disagree!!
July 4, 2019 12:01 am

today it is 100% possible to have a revealed emotional connection to the rebbe in our day to day life. period. its just a matter of how much effort u will put into it. someone that thinks about the rebbe on a daily basis ,writes to the rebbe often ,watches the rebbes farbrangens, will for sure end up feeling a revealed relationship with the rebbe ,at least similar to before gimmel tammus . dont try to excuse yourself with these nice explanations etc. though it might be true there is no need to settle for that. the only difference might… Read more »

Not exactly
Reply to  i totally disagree!!
July 4, 2019 3:23 pm

I think what the article is saying is not that the emotions don’t matter or are outdated but that the real connection from rebbe to Chossid based of the simple existence of Rebbe and Chossid and not based on if the person feel and express it

Disagree
July 4, 2019 1:49 am

Not all Yidden are the same. At our essence yes, but we all hold on different levels of closeness to Hashem and hiskashrus to the Rebbe. The mentality “we’re all the same, Hashem loves us no matter what” is what gave birth to those who are more “open minded” unfortunately. Hashem loves us all, but on different levels.

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