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Tuesday, 17 Elul, 5779
  |  September 17, 2019

Children Not Satisfied with Tehilim

Despite 71,843 Kapitach of Tehillim said by Tzivos Hashem members around the world, Hashem’s army focuses on future growth . Full Story, Video

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thank you tzivos Hashem
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thank you tzivos Hashem

My kids heard about it in school and we already chose their quota on my parent account! Thank you for such a personalized program!

wilkes barre cheder
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wilkes barre cheder

go cheder menachem wilkes barre

I remember
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I remember

I remember the days when children would pack into 770… before missions, before quotas…

Yasher Koach to ULY – CH for spearheading this project back in the day.
For being the first to bring awareness to our children about tehilim shabbos mevorchim – in the Rebbe’s shul.

And kol hakovod to Tzivos Hashem for bringing this to the masses.

May our Tefilos bring us Moshiach!!!!

Watch this video
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Watch this video

It will help you understand how it works
https://vimeo.com/195384916

My School
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My School

Why dont my school send home the letters to the parents?

Is there a way that col could post the letters for each grade so I can get to see what options my kids have to say.

I agree 100%
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I agree 100%

Tzivos Hashem are incredible at providing amazing program for our children.

Whats amazing is that I would have thought that 70,000 kapitelach would be something to celebrate, However Tzivos Hashem are never satisfied.

They keep pushing our limits.

At the same time may I mention that the school plays a big role in this. I have boys in one school and girls in another.

My girls come home pumped about shabbos mevorchim and my boys would not even know that this month is shabbos mevorchim.

Parents
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Parents

Look at todays Hayom Yom Its upon us parents to encourage our children to say Tehilim *HAYOM YOM* CHOF-BEIS TEVES It is a mitzvah for boys over Bar Mitzvah to put on Tefillin every day. It doesn’t matter how learned he is or whether he an read or not. The Rebbe Rashab said that the same thing is with the mitzvah of chinuch/education. All of us, whether we are learned or simple people, need to spend a half an hour every day thinking about the chinuch of children. We need to do everything we can — and even more —… Read more »

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