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Rebbetzin Clarifies Why We Suffer

A woman going through hardship in her life recalls the comforting conversation she had with Rebbetzin Chana, the Rebbe's mother. Full Story

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This photo was taken at one of the early conventions of Neshei Chabad.

Altho Malka clearly suffered
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Altho Malka clearly suffered

she merited many unbelievable zechusim. May we have the Geula Shlema NOW – when all of our questions will finally be answered.

Mushka
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Mushka

Fascinating!! Would love to hear the rest of this story

really?
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really?

what is the point of being mefarsem ma’ason that clearly never happened?!
Rabbi mundshine – we miss you!

 So Important
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So Important

Thanks for sharing.

Thank you Rabbi Avtzon
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Thank you Rabbi Avtzon

Thank you for these inspiring stories and insights.
I hope that you will be able to share more of them.

Bitochen
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Bitochen

We are told that Bitochen can change anything as in “Tracht Gut Vet Zein Gut.”
Would Bitochen be able to change one’s suffering if that is your life purpose?

שפיגל ירושלים
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שפיגל ירושלים

Great job Shalom but who did she marry
and where is she now?👍👀

Thank you Malka
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Thank you Malka

Very very moved by this!!! Tearful & strengthened! May you be blessed

Inspirational perspective of truth
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Inspirational perspective of truth

Very powerful when Rebetzin Chanah spoke of “what was planted here- grows there”. i think every Crown heights resident should put that on their wall, when they are feeling down and in need of spiritual awakening, they should read it and be reminded of that statement. every one should be sealed for a good year. thank you for sharing

Hard to believe
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Hard to believe

The rebbe never told anyone that they would not merit to have children. It is hard to believe that r. Chana would say this.
Can this story be verified? It just doesn’t sound right

her story keeps on adding details and parts
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her story keeps on adding details and parts

maybe on chof av we will hear how she met the rebe father and on you svhat the rebbe Rayatz all in the same dream of course

Verified
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Verified

I can inform you as follows Rabbi Groner told me he remembers when she came out of the Rebbe’s room after her yechidus by her bas miitzva and what she told her adopted parents what the Rebbe said how her parents passed away. I also have a picture of the Rebbe’s personal Hayom Yom which he gave her. There are other things that I cannot publicize from the hundreds of email correspondence that verify it. But I can say this she informed me who was Rebbetzin Chana’s seamstress and certain things that transpired when the Rebbe would visit his mother,… Read more »

Zchusim
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Zchusim

My mother A”H had the zchus of accompanying the Rebbetzin several times when she needed to visit a doctor. I also drove the Rebbetzin – together with my mother whom she would call to accompany her – on one of those visits when I came to CH. (Out of towners needed to learn to drive – shift was the norm then). It’s a memory I cherish.

To #12
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To #12

Amalek comes and plants sofek, skepticism, mockery. Yidden are maaminim bnei maaminim. You probably doubt all stories about the ebbeim, The Baal Shem Tov, and maybe even Kriyas Yam Suf. Know that whatever sefekus in emmunah you have – you feel you must missionary to others to share with you your spot below in the next world. That is called Choteh U’machti. The story has been verified in more than one way. The person of the story has no benefit from telling the story other than giving up her own privacy. I calculate that she is very elderly and wants… Read more »

Someone pointed out
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Someone pointed out

the rebetzin lived 17 years in America similar to yakov avinu in mitzryim

To #11
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To #11

“The rebbe never told anyone that they would not merit to have children” – wow, you are a boki that knows EVERYTHING the Rebbe ever told ANYONE throughout all the years! Were you hiding in the room at every yechidus?

To Verified @ 13
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To Verified @ 13

This verfification should be added in the “pnim” and not in the “haoros”. It is an ikar gadol! Very few chassidishe stories have such strong verification.

LOL @ 17
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LOL @ 17

This is so illogically funny: “The rebbe never told anyone that they would not merit to have children. It is hard to believe that r. Chana would say this.” Like saying, the sun never moved from its spot or 1 + 1 is always 3, therefore it is hard to believe that oranges don’t taste like apples or that the oceans have water in them, since we all know that 1 + 1 = 3. That makes SO much sense, NOT.

Inspired
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Inspired

Just in time for Achas Bashana, I am inspired.

Here and There
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Here and There

Number 10 – you mixed it up! It goes “What was planted THERE grows HERE”, not – what was planted here grows there.

Mindy
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Mindy

Thanks for printing this great story. My family enjoyed it.

No. 8
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No. 8

You need to read ALL the earlier FIVE PARTS and your questions will be answered. She lives in a tiny town with no other Jews. Apparently she never married. She values her privacy and wishes to remain unknown. She only contacted Rabbi Avtzon to complain about something he wrote in another story – and then her story spilled out. She also was in contact with Dayan Raskin when she built her shabbos eruv (which the Rebbe predicted decades earlier). Rabbi Avtzon was able to confirm many of the things she shared. You must read the entire story to get a… Read more »

R` Avtzen
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R` Avtzen

You say the Rebbe gave her his personal Hayom Yom and you have a picture of it. That is hard to believe. IF YOU HAVE IT, PLEASE SHARE IT! There is NOTHING “personal” or “private” in sharing a picture of a sefer!

Hayom Yom
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Hayom Yom

That will be publicized for my weekly story of Yus Tes Kislev
Rabbi Avtzon

Al Pi Halacha
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Al Pi Halacha

What halachic status does Malka have: A giyores, geirus lchumra, geirus misofek, (I saw someone call her an “asufi” – is that ashkenazi-sefardi mix?), BT, FFB? As Lubavitchers, do we consider her in another status due to the verified story of the information the Rebbe revealed to her?

Chevra
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Chevra

Someone might be reading these comments. That someone can feel offended. Careful what you say.

I just caught this
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I just caught this

I missed the Malka Series and just caught up on the stories. MAMASH INCREDIBLE!!! I have goosebumps because there is so much in each segment that touches my core. This story series must me REQUIRED reading for all girls!

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