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  |  December 9, 2019

Tele-Seminar on Chof Zayin Adar

Rabbi Manis Friedman will lead a Chof Zayin Adar Alef Tele-seminar "How will we ever repay the kindness? Reflections on our staggering debt of gratitude to the Rebbe." Full Story

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super neat
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super neat

I’m in. Will it be interactive – can we pose questions? Will our questions get answered? Even the tough ones?

im in as well
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im in as well

i think ive been in a alomsot all of these amazing conferneces – Thank you Rabbi Friedman –

in answer to the question will all the questions be answered:

Rabbi Friedman answers all the questions, even the hard ones. The dumb ones, he repeats and moves on, but listen close, he’ll asnwer it before the call is over.

so cool.

Wow
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Wow

The TITLE of this lecture is so true

What a great, vital topic.
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What a great, vital topic.

How indeed will we ever repay the kindness.

But I like the simple, decency of the question. Leaving aside Chassidishkeit, Hiskashrus etc. for a moment: the Rebbe gave us forty years of hard labor and loving patience. What are we doing about that?

Great topic, I’ll be there.

topic
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topic

Wow! topic perfectly describes this day. I’m in!

Wanna-be Chossid
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Wanna-be Chossid

The title brings tears to my eyes. Please help me repay the debt! I’ll be there Bez”H.

Tip
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Tip

If you want to play it from your computer, use Gmail (google voice) to dial the number. Now you can play it on your speakers for your whole family.

it was
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it was

amazing!!

thank you!!!
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thank you!!!

it was great! just what i needed to hear!!

What he said:
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What he said:

In short – to repay the tremendous debt – do what the Rebbe asked. But he said it so beautifully – with two amazing chiddushim in understanding a Tzaddik and especially a Rebbe!!

Than you!!

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