As 11th of Nissan approaches, there is a new 3d Animation video as part of a new series entitled “Living with Tzaddikim Episode #1″: Going Out of Prison with Bitachon” scheduled for release for this Monday, 10th Nissan.
“Living with Tzaddikim” are 3D animation videos for Jewish children but can be appreciated by all ages. These videos are a fun, “edutainment” way to experience classic Jewish stories while being illuminated by Chassidus. These 3D animated stories will entertain you while lifting you up with positive values of hope, strength and joy in living as a Jew. With humor and Chassidus, this video is great for “InReach” and “OutReach”.
Living with Tzaddikim was motivated by the desire to fill our children (and ourselves) with quality content. These stories are taken from classic, Jewish sources and blaze with the core values of love, trust, hope and joy. Just like every Jew is like a brilliant and unique diamond, so are each of these stories.
Most of all, these stories seek to excite and express the inner brilliance that every Jew possesses. Not only do we learn about the ways of a Torah life from the examples of these Tzaddikim, we also learn about the purity, sincerity and faith of the Jews who are connected to them.
Summary of Episode #1: “Going out of Prison with Bitachon”
In this episode, we’ll watch the story of Reb Moishe who is being falsely accused and sentenced to 3 months in prison. Reb Moishe goes to his Rebbe, Rabbi Aryeh Leib (The Shpole Zeide) for advice. Watch the story within the story that the Shpole Zeide shares with Reb Moishe to give him hope, faith and joy in living as a Jew.
This episode has many Pesach (Passover) topics and themes but includes other themes as well that makes it a pleasure to enjoy all year ’round!
Going Out of Prison with Bitachon” is dedicated to Reb Sholom Mordechai Halevi Ben Rivkoh sheyichye for his living example of bitachon.
Gratefully, this video is Rabbinically approved by Rabbi Dovid Schochet who is the Rabbi of the Chabad Lubavitch Community in Toronto. He serves, as well, as the President of the Rabbinate of Orthodox Rabbis in Toronto.
Get it at http://www.LivingWithTzaddikim.com