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Wednesday, 16 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 19, 2019

    What Shluchim’s Kids Taught Me

    Returning from a trip to Paraguay, lecturer Dr. David Nesenoff reflects on the children of Shluchim he has met in his travels. Full Story

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    A Beautiful, insightful and inspiring article and well written too.

    As usual, a really good read.
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    As usual, a really good read.

    Dr. Nesenoff has something special going on, and it’s always a pleasure to hear the latest inspiration from him.

    luv the windows with the bars in motown
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    luv the windows with the bars in motown

    cracked me up –

    As always, moving!
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    As always, moving!

    Beautiful & perfect message!

    so beautiful!
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    so beautiful!

    Wow truly special to read about children of shluchim! Chana keep up your great work!

    chanale!!
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    chanale!!

    I love you!

    Chana you are always an inspiration!
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    Chana you are always an inspiration!

    Yisher koach to this amazing shluchim Levi and Miri, much naches always from all your kids!
    con mucho carinio, los primos de Toronto.

    May you continue being an inspiration
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    May you continue being an inspiration

    David,
    You always strike a cord in the Neshomah. Hashem has blessed you and you are sharing His blessings with us. Thank you!
    P.S. Heard you in P.B. FL. and you were great. Do you write a weekly or monthly column? I would like to subscribe.

    Chanale
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    Chanale

    I have met Chanale before and she is definantly something special, she is the true example of a Shlucha’s child.

    Leah T.
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    Leah T.

    Proud of you Chanaleh!

     Giant strides - the Rebbe's silent footsteps....
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    Giant strides - the Rebbe's silent footsteps....

    The Rebbe’s greatness was most expressed in his notice and appreciation of a small child, a simple act of kindness, the whistling of a lively Chossid at a farbrengen, a mother’s happiness, a true spontaneous smile, two pennies dropped in a Tzedaka box, the light of a little girl’s Shabbos candle, the unwritten, unconventional, sincere prayer of “We want Moshiach Now!”
    Dr. Nesenoff reminds us to “open our eyes”, (even through
    the tears) to what a Chossid should “see”!
    Thanks for “noticing” and defining the Rebbe’s message and legacy so beautifully – Yishar Kochecha!
    T. Hecht – Israel

    CHANALE!
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    CHANALE!

    You are the most amazing girl! So special and inspiring! May you keep giving your parents nachas and continue your amazing work! I love you and miss my Paraguay family! Chanale, mottul, devo, ,blumi, shaina, mendel and of course the amazing levi and miri! Miss you all!

    Go Chanala!
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    Go Chanala!

    A true Chayol and Shlucha of the Rebbe down in Paraguay.
    We are so proud of you and honored that you are our cousin!
    Hatzlocha to all the Shluchim and their wonderful children! You are bringing Moshiach here!
    Balfour Cousins

    Yasher Koach!
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    Yasher Koach!

    the apple doesn´t fall far from the tree, when you hear of the deeds u think who were the parents who raised her, may you all have abundance and reveal blessings, health, peace wealth and hatzlacha!

    David Nesenoff in Paraguay
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    David Nesenoff in Paraguay

    Wow, very powerful, inspirational article. Beautiful written as usual. We are so very proud of the work that you are doing for our Jews all over the US and the world.
    Aunt Judy and Uncle Bernie

    Chanale!!
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    Chanale!!

    Chanale, you are amazing! Keep it up!

    Inspired
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    Inspired

    Thank you David and Chanale! Keep up your great work. Now I’m off to do my best with my new day.

    If you want to get inspired...
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    If you want to get inspired...

    Go spend a weekend with the shluchim in Paraguay.
    I am talking from personal experience.
    Eliezer Shemtov

    Another way to get inspired...
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    Another way to get inspired...

    Visit the Shemtov’s Gen 2 and 3 in Uruguay..
    From personal experience… 🙂
    -Proud father, Shver and grandfather

    Yasher Koach Chanale .
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    Yasher Koach Chanale .

    Thank you David for sharing this inspiring piece. So special to hear about our hard working , dedicated,niece Miri (Schtroks) Feigelstock and her very amazing Chanale. From your family in Surrey, British Columbia.

    Old Jewish guy
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    Old Jewish guy

    Dr. Nessinoff good stuff. I traveled the world since I was 18 years old. Did lots of time out in the Southwest in the 50′. Never religious but New York Jewish. From than on it was difficult to be a “Jew” out of NYC or anywhere for that matter. I found the Chabad policy of welcome in many strange places in the world. Always welcoming, always friendly and comforting. My parents are buried at Old Montifiore with Rabbi Schneerson and it has become a shirine to his great work. Keep up the soft sell David, it’s really a great cause… Read more »

    thanks
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    thanks

    thanks for the inspiration. kol hakavod to these shluchim, Levi and Miri, for raising their kids with such dedication and happiness without schools, family etc. etc.

    FINNALY
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    FINNALY

    Levy, if you’re not gonna take the credit for a lot of the amazing programs in Argentina for the past two years, someone else will make sure the word gets our there !

    KEEP IT UP

    Thank you David Nessenoff
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    Thank you David Nessenoff

    Thank you for sharing this! So beautiful to hear about my dear family far away in Paraguay!

    a proud classmate
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    a proud classmate

    chanale.. you are a example for everyone around you!
    keep up the good work!
    your classmate

    You're all amazing!
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    You're all amazing!

    So blessed to have such an amazing sister – Miri and niece! Kol hakavod Chanale!! I always knew you were so special as well as all your siblings – mottel, devorah, blumi, shaina, mendel! I miss you all and it was so great to read this article!

    Long Island New York
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    Long Island New York

    Thank you David for sharing and Wow! Miri, Chanale and the whole family, so nice to read up about what we know is so true of you and all the shluchim. Continue your great shlichus.

    proud of you
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    proud of you

    Feigelstocks!! Yasher koach.

    miri you rock!
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    miri you rock!

    And so do your kids!

    go chana!
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    go chana!

    go chana!

    beautiful!    :)
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    beautiful! :)

    Beautiful essay, thank you so much! 🙂

    Over the years I have found that often children are actually the best shluchim of all.

    Can’t help remembering the sweet song “It’s gonna be the little kinderlakh….”

    Keep up the good work. 🙂

    miri!
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    miri!

    Miri, I’m hardly surprised! like mother, like daughter
    from ur former neighbor (white laffy taffys and more:)

    GO CHANNAAA!
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    GO CHANNAAA!

    GO CHANNNAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Your classmate 😀

    GO CHANA!
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    GO CHANA!

    Your former classmate….I never knew much about you…but reading this article has really inspired me…maybe it’s because I’m no longer on shlichus (directly) at home and am “sent off” to be a border at some far away school….but thanks…for inspiring this article….keep going…YOU GO GIRL!!

    -Menucha, former classmate

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