celebrates the victory of the Jewish People and the downfall of Haman.
this address, the Rebbe speaks about the relevance of the Purim story to every
represents the Evil Inclination; he tries to persuade Jewish children to imitate
their non-Jewish neighbors, and not to stand out as different.
the Jewish child boldly rejects his advances, and in the end, his mischief only
causes a Jewish child to attain even greater light, joy, gladness, and honor,
just as in the Purim story.
message of Purim is: No Haman and no Evil Inclination has any control over us.
Children’s Rally with
Throughout the years of his
leadership, and especially after his launch of the Tzivos Hashem International
Children’s Club in 1980, the Rebbe devoted a huge amount of his attention, time
and energy toward children.
Children are not only the future
of our people, the Rebbe explained, they are its today.
A key feature of the Rebbe’s
relationship with children was the special events he led at for children only.
Experience history, unedited and unfiltered, as the Rebbe addresses the Jewish
people’s today and tomorrow.
Lesson in Jewish Defiance
The Best Inheritance
Keeping Jewish Tradition
The Three Pillars