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  |  June 27, 2019

    Morah, Did You Ever See the Rebbe

    From the COLlive inbox: Inbal Levin, a teacher at Lamplighters Yeshivah in Crown Heights, writes about a question she was asked. Full Story

    Mrs. Etta Levy, 84, OBM

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    Chana
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    Chana

    So beautiful Inbal!

    Wow
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    Wow

    That was really inspiring. Thank You

    That was very special
    Guest
    That was very special

    Thank you. Well written

    wow!!!
    Guest
    wow!!!

    I’m beyond words!
    This is one beautiful heartfelt piece!

    wishing
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    wishing

    your students are so lucky to have a morah like you that they are living with the rebbe. i work in one of our chabad girls schools and most teachers do not have the rebbe as part of their life…so sad to see…..but your students are so lucky

    Aaron
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    Aaron

    BS”D Bravo let me tell you a little secret- you and your students are better off, infinitely more alive, growing and connected than the ones who saw the Rebbe and live in the past hoping for the past to return rather than the New,Greater and Glorious future

    so beautifully written
    Guest
    so beautifully written

    Thank you – this brought tears to my eyes. May we see the Rebbe so so soon!

    Wow
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    Wow

    So beautiful

    thank you
    Guest
    thank you

    thank you for being such a hands on teacher, so loving and caring, the kids are so lucky to have you to teach them and help them the greatness of our Rebbe.

    alive?
    Guest
    alive?

    part of being a chosid is being frum, do your students also do that? and in all honesty, most chasidim would never dear look straight into the rebbe’s eyes. all the stories we hear about ‘the deep blue eyes’ are from outsiders. it’s good for them, but not what we want our children to aspire to.

    so beautiful!
    Guest
    so beautiful!

    You are my role model.
    Thank You for the inspirational BEAUTIFUL WORDS

    Beautiful
    Guest
    Beautiful

    Morah Inbal, this brought tears to my eyes.

    So well written. Every word resonating with me as I read it.

    Thank you,
    A teacher.

    Gorgeous!!!!
    Guest
    Gorgeous!!!!

    So beautifully written!

    so sad
    Guest
    so sad

    it is sad for me to read an entire peice about the rebbe, and no mention of any yidishkeit. just blue eyes. you realy, realy didnt know the rebbe.

    To #10 and #14
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    To #10 and #14

    I never wrote a comment here before, and very rarely read the comments. But both of you missed the boat with this essay/poem/letter whatever you want to call it. It was focusing on one point about how to answering a seemingly simple question is so difficult. She answered it the best way I have ever heard. I have this questioned asked to me everyday by non lubavitchers and I am always at a lost as how to answer them with out feeling like I am worth nothing because I didn’t see the Rebbe. This is a young woman who is… Read more »

    To #10 and #14
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    To #10 and #14

    i read through both of your comments multiple times trying to extract something of substance or something resembling truth, but alas, it was for naught. What a flaming piece of utter nonsense. “Most chassidim would never dear [sic] look into the rebbes eyes… not what we want our kids to aspire to” did a rational brain actually process these thoughts and then give the go ahead to put it into writing?? The author is clearly a very thought out educator who takes her job and the rebbe very seriously. Unfortunately mechanchim like her are very rare these days. But for… Read more »

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