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Thursday, 23 Heshvan, 5780
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When Frum Was Not Enough

Gitty Rappaport, Chana Rosa Bogart and Chana Itkin, who grew up in frum families, speak about what they were missing before becoming Chabad. Full Story, Video

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enjoyed
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enjoyed

I was there. I wish every parent with a questioning child would have her meet with any one of these wonderful young ladies. They were honest and amazing.

this was so inspiring
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this was so inspiring

thank you so much!

Go chana Rosa!
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Go chana Rosa!
go torontonians ;)
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go torontonians ;)

shaina g, and mushky z, and fruma!!

wow
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wow

couldn’t stop watching!!

woaw SO NICE!!
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woaw SO NICE!!

its a must for every lubavitcher to watch

Thanks
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Thanks

Thank you for posting it online!!
A real pleasure to listen to.

this was so inspiring
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this was so inspiring

thank you so much!

Thank you!
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Thank you!

Beautiful. There should be many more of this type of learning events. It brings clarity so much and helps us realize and appreciate the gift of Chabad Chassidus our Rebbe’s have given us!

Thank you Torah Café and Collive for taking a video of the event and uploading it to your websites, so all of us out of town can learn and benefit as well.

As a Rov and Chabad Rov
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As a Rov and Chabad Rov

It was truly amazing to see this video!!!!!!

Go Mrs. Labkowsky
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Go Mrs. Labkowsky

A treasure chest of ideas and powerhouse who implements them!! a proud alumna

Correction
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Correction

Chani Itkin did not go to a Bobover school. She said she went to Tomer Devorah. Tomer Devorah is affiliated with Skver Chassidus but attracts girls from various Chassidic backgrounds.

you need to integrate both
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you need to integrate both

You need to integrate both derachim–to take the good from the other streams of Yiddishkeit along to provide balance as a Chassid. Not everyone can be careful with avoiding lashan hara with the message of Ahavas Yisrael alone,there also needs to be an emphasis on the halachos of loshon hara, for example.

Thank you ! Thank you ! Thank you !
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Thank you ! Thank you ! Thank you !

Thank you to Chana Rosa, Gitty and Chanie for so openly sharing your struggles journey to Chabad, Thank yo Machon Chana and Mrs Labkovsky for arranging this and thank you ToraCafeand Collive for posting!
This is fascinating to me who grew up Lubavitch, I watched almost the whole thing twice and I have learned so much and am really inspired! We need to hear more of this and especially the youth need to hear this so we can appreciate what we have!

Amazingly looking video!
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Amazingly looking video!

Who took the video?? It looks Wonderful.

Great speakers, thanks for posting.

been both places
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been both places

This was a wonderful and enlightening presentation.
I agree with 13. Being Chabad doesn’t negate working on yourself though it’s done with a different approach. We don’t worry about achieving shlaimus.

video
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video

I would like to see the video but I tried to download it and it always only goes until 5.5 mins more or less and then tells me its buffering for over an hr. now I tried again and it tells me the video is unavailable at the moment. Is there another site I could acess the video or can someone please repost it please? Thanks.

to 13
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to 13

you obviously missed the point!
the point was, what is the main focus, and what is the main thing that makes you not do it.

shlucha
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shlucha

This was really inspiring! I grew up Lubavitch, but went to beis yaakov, but had no idea about these sort of issues for people who don’t have Chassidus! Wow!

AMAZING!
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AMAZING!

inspires me again and again

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