In honor of Yud Shevat the day of passing of the Friedeker Rebbe in 1950, and the day when the Rebbe formally accepted the leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch in 1951 JNet is holding a worldwide learning campaign.
JNet has prepared a beautiful Kovetz with a brand new translation of Chapter 5 in the Friedeker Rebbe’s Maamar, Basi Legani.
1. Go to www.JNet.org/tenshevat.
2. Learn the discourse (on your own, or better yet – with a friend!).
3. Answer the questions and be entered into a raffle for a $500 gift certificate to Kehos!
The winner will be announced on Monday, the 13th of Shevat,
*Learn this discourse with a world renowned author and lecturer!*
In collaboration with Chabad.org, renowned author and lecturer Rabbi Tzvi Freeman will be presenting a live interactive talk on Thursday, January 29th at 8:00 PM EST.
Stay tuned for the live airing of this class.
May the merit of our learning strengthen our commitment and connection to the Rebbe and his directives and bring Moshiach speedily in our times.
We hope you enjoy!
-The JNet Team
This Mivtza is also available in Spanish. Click here for more details!
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