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Farbrengen Yud-Alef Nissan 5732 (1972) - Talks 1, 2, 3, 6
Experience the spiritual joy and intellectual rigor of a Farbrengen with the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory.
Listen as the timeless truths of the Written Law, the Talmud, Kabbalah and Chasidism are applied to issues of contemporary social and ethical concern.
During pauses in the Yiddish talk, the thousands in attendance sing Chassidic melodies and the Rebbe greets them with blessings of L’Chaim!
To experience a Farbrengen is to glimpse the unity of higher and lower worlds, a meeting of the Divine and the human, the mystical and the mundane, the timely and the timeless.
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Yud Alef Nissan, 1972 – the Rebbe’s 70th birthday.
Dignitaries and Jews of all stripes gather at 770 to celebrate a life of unparalleled inspiration and achievement. But the Rebbe is celebrating the future – calling for exponential growth on all fronts.
Why not enjoy the Golden Years in peace and tranquility?
To understand retirement, first absorb Torah’s view of work: What is exertion all about? Is it a Divine punishment? Is it just a fact of life? If it is more than that, what, in fact, is it?
Revealing a glimpse of the wisdom that moves himself, the Rebbe addresses questions that go to the very core of the human experience: Why am I here? Why do I struggle? And more importantly – What am I capable of becoming?
This special release includes the full-length 4.5 hour event. Four of the major addresses are presented with subtitles.
Unity – Vessel for Blessing
When Do the Good Times Start?
Born to Toil
Man becoming Creator
Time to Slow Down?
70 Years – 71 Institutions
Black and White
4 hour 20 Minutes
Subtitles in English, Hebrew, French, Russian, Spanish and Yiddish
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