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“I Want You To Smile”

Rabbi Chaim Citron of Los Angeles tells how the Rebbe offered a solution to his mother's wish that he attend college, while he did not want to go. Full Story

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Rabbi Yacov Toron
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I really enjoyed Rabbi Citron’ s story. My background is very similar to his and I can relate to the Rebbe’s advice . I did end up with an MBA in accounting after I got married,but never really used it. I ended up in the Kosher business and worked in Cincinnati first as a Shochet, then had a butcher shop and finally became the administrator of the Vaad in Cincinnati . P.S. I learned for Smichas Yodin-Yodin with R’ Chaim in the early seventies, he has a tremendous Kopf and a good thing I did, I didn’t understand half of… Read more »

what a beautiful story
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what a beautiful story

lots of hatzlocho and naches.. and gzunt/ Moshiach Now
from a friend of your wife from Canada, thanks for sharing
so touching and personal

A hidden gem
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A hidden gem

Rabbi c z citron is a true hidden gem. An absolute penimi. Nothing is ever done and no thought is ever given to how should I act in order to impress someone or to appear as so and so. The midah of Emes is an absolute one. A very rare trait backed by a gevaldike kop and a sechul hayoshor.

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To #3

I tottaly agree. One of the Giants of our generation. Spend one day watching Rabbi Citron and you will realize you are in the presenceof a genuine Chossid/Tzaddik/LamedVovnik of our generation.

I know he may read these comments, so I will only say a small portion of praise in front of him.

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