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    Rabbi Moscowitz’s Final Speech

    Just two weeks before his sudden passing, Illinois Shliach Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz gave a speech at the annual banquet of Cheder Lubavitch Hebrew Day School in Chicago. Video

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    chicagoan
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    chicagoan

    I think we took it for granted that we had such a dynamic leader, such an giving and empowering person as our head Shliach. I feel such a sense of loss.. never again will we hear his powerful and eloquent voice.
    It is my prayer, that his sons will now carry the leadership of Chabad of IL. What could be a better tribute to Danny, than to see his sons continue to do what he did so well.

    His children will miss him dearly
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    His children will miss him dearly

    He was such a great father and Zeidy. What a tremendous loss, he left us so early. Dear Moscowitz family, we are crying with you. May your father’s many accomplishments be a comfort to you.

    Wow
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    Wow

    What a powerful speech on so many levels. I was lucky enough to hear him speak over 50 times on many shabbosim and yomim tovim. He was really an amazing orator and above all a real great person.

    We are all Shluchim!
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    We are all Shluchim!

    WOW! Powerful! The emotion shown when appointing the new Shluchim, and the words he uses to speak about the privilege of being on Shlichus, and the encouragement with his story to continue and achieve more and more on our Shlichus is empowering! I am IY”H taking on in his memory to put extra effort in my Shlichus and to use the privilege the Rebbe has given me to the fullest measure! This is an inspiration for all of Anash to appreciate each time we have the opportunity to make a positive effect on a Yid! Even something that seems small,… Read more »

    we want moshiach now
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    we want moshiach now

    i am watching this now ,what a jem of a man,what a lost for all klal israel a shliach that devoted him self ans all him self to the rabbi,dear rabbi moskowitz obm please go to the kiseh hakavod and beg hashem beg the rabbi .to have now the gehula hashleima ,ad mossai

    Wow!
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    Wow!

    Unbelievable!!!
    BDE

    wow powerful speach
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    wow powerful speach
    Former Chicagoan
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    Former Chicagoan

    He was a great, straightforward, honest and kind man. He helped my parents take on more mitzvoth when I was becoming frum and this a great loss. He was a kind gentle man who got the job done in peaceful way and with a kind voice always.

    Friend of Chicago
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    Friend of Chicago

    AMazing how by HP this islike marching orders, a living will and chizuk for us all, especially the Chicago community and Rabbi M’s A”H family, may they be comforted. Beautiful and touching how he mentioned them all, especially now in hindsight. Geulah now.

    what power !
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    what power !

    A true shliach
    What gratitude! Amazing…
    Head shluchim take heed.

    I was at the dinner
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    I was at the dinner

    what a powerful speeceh, he speaks with such a passion, with his whole being! Listen closely to all the incredible messages he gives in the speech, very empowering to official shluchim and unofficial shluchim, in official chinuch positions or as parents, He was given over to the most important causes in the world, and we can honor him by following his ways, which is the Rebbe’s way. May we do so, and bring Moshiach NOW!! 2 small things I want to mention in addition to the above: I didn’t know Rabbi Moscowitz very personally, though I live in Chicago, yet… Read more »

    to #8 and 11
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    to #8 and 11

    I agree 100%
    His speech is his last will and testament.
    Btw, he was choked when announcing the new shluchim because the shliach’s mother, herself an Illinois shlucha, died just a few months before.

    inspiring
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    inspiring

    you cant watch it without crying

    Our Head Shliach, a real leader
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    Our Head Shliach, a real leader

    I just want to say that although Rabbi Moscowitz OBM was Head Shliach of Illinois, involved personally with all the shluchim here and involved also with the annual Kinus AND Merkos in NY, he came to everyone’s simcha, attended local farbrengens, adding to them, emceeing them even in some cases, whether at the Chicago Mesivta, or the Anash shuls,. My point is that he was just as involved and cared just as much for Anash as he did for the Chabad outposts. A real and true Head Shliach, he will be sorely missed.

    Action
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    Action

    Such a heart – it simply drives us to act….

    A Wonderfull Wonderfull Man
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    A Wonderfull Wonderfull Man

    “He took infinite joy in other people’s joy.”

    scary ...
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    scary ...

    its almost as if he knew if was going to happen

    Amazing man
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    Amazing man

    Thank you for sharing. Truly inspiring.

    Wow!
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    Wow!

    Thank you for sharing this very powerful last talk of Rabbi M.
    What Hashgacha Protis that he was chosen as the honoree this year.
    The world of Lubavitch has lost one of it’s greatest.

    המקום ינחם
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    המקום ינחם

    משפחת מוסקוביץ הנכבדה אנו משתתפים באבלכם הכבד על מות החסיד השליח היקר באדם ,המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים ולא תדעו דאבה עוד ,יצחק נעמאנאוו ומשפחתו ברינוא צרפת

    Such warmth & humility!
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    Such warmth & humility!

    I found myself crying along with him, and even more so now, after this second painful loss. It’s amazing how most of his speech is dedicated to thanking everyone else for their efforts. he really captures the unity & team spirit that makes chicago chabad such a beautiful community!
    -Miriam Hertzel

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