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The Strength of Our people

by May 15, 2018Video

Video of the Rebbe
Date: 14 Adar I 5746 – February 23, 1986

At the first possible opportunity, we begin teaching our young about their precious heritage. And while the obligation to educate our children only begins once they reach the age of five or six, there is much we can teach them even before then.

It is a time honored custom among Jewish women to imbue their children, from the youngest age, with a deep appreciation for the gift they’ve been given. A practice that is sure to lay a strong foundation for their future, as well that of the Jewish people.

Link to video on Chabad.org

"We have an obligation as a community to strengthen our children and hold them close so that they don't become disconnected"

- Dr. E. Rosen, MD

"We have an obligation as a community to strengthen our children and hold them close so that they don't become disconnected"

- Dr. E. Rosen, MD

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