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Tuesday, 17 Elul, 5779
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The Deceased Man Disappeared

Here's My Story: The unusual story of a man being pronounced dead after a terrible car accident in Israel, until at that very moment, the Rebbe spoke about him. Full Story

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Can anyone please clarify
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Can anyone please clarify

How could he have been one of the first ones in line to get kos shel brocho and that it was at 2:30 AM ?

Wrong
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Wrong

The farbrenge n lasted late then they davened mariv then havadal

Clarification
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Clarification

Kos shel brachah would usually start quite late. It was after farbrengen maariv havdala
You can look at the yumanim of those years

Acharon shel Pesach the Rebbe farbrenged very late
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Acharon shel Pesach the Rebbe farbrenged very late

The Rebbe would farbreng at the Moshiach Seuda on Acharon shel Pesach for many hours, late into the night and into the early morning. Havdala was often made well after midnight, with 2 and 3 am being the norm. Being of the first in line at 2:30 makes perfect sense.

Beautiful story!!
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Beautiful story!!

Wow

Disappeared
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Disappeared

Truly amazing story of the Rebbe

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