By COLlive reporter
The Rebbe’s Ohel in the Old Montefiore cemetery In Queens, New York, has all sorts of visitors, at any time of the day, throughout the year.
But the scene on Sunday night this week was indeed a unique one.
Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Morgenstern, a respected Kabbalist from Jerusalem who heads the Yeshiva Toras Chacham, was there with his loyal followers.
Standing facing the Rebbe’s tziyun, the rabbi prayed and sang with his entourage known Chabad melodies, such as Anim Zemiros, Padah B’Shalom and the tune of We Want Moshiach Now.
Among the crowd of some 50 Chassidim was Mordechai Ben David Werdyger, one of the most known Jewish singers and songwriters.
As is customary, they placed their “Pan” (personal letter to the Rebbe) at the gravesite.
Rabbi Morgenstern, who is well versed in the Rebbe’s teachings, then left to the large tent and shul operated by Ohel Chabad-Lubavitch, where Bel Habour Shliach Rabbi Sholom Ber Lispkar was just entering with his friend, energy industrialist Guma Aguiar.