A children's tour through Israel's Holy Cities
accompanied by the teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.
Join young boys and girls as they lead us on an unforgettable tour of the holy cities of Israel - Jerusalem, Tiberias, Chevron and Sefad.
The lessons and messages of our Holy Land are taught through fun and song.
Come along as friendly children, fun jugglers, street vendors and mysterious strangers show you the special places of your heritage - your nation, your history and your Land!
Hand in Hand
Chassidim would always ask: Why doesn't
the Talmud contain a tractate that focuses on the love of HASHEM, or
the fear of Him? They would explain that instead of teaching these
attributes in an abstract intellectual form, in every generation,
HASHEM gives us tzaddikim who provide living examples.
constantly look up to the Rebbe as our teacher. The way he davens is a
lesson. His simchah, chayus, and devotion to hiddur mitzvah are
lessons. From everything he does, we can learn.
And children feel that the Rebbe is always reaching out to them, realizing that their today is our people's tomorrow.
This video focuses on lessons that children can learn from the Rebbe's
middos tovos, highlighting those facets which educators feel that
children could emulate and make part of their lives. With scenes and
stories that relate to a child on his or her level, a child is given a
path and a direction for his life, one that will enable him to do his
share in the mission that lies at the center of the Rebbe's
life-preparing the world for the coming of Mashiach.
I am a Chassid
A classic chasidic saying states: "The
Rebbe, his chassidim, his teachings are all one." Being a chassid of
the Rebbe means taking his teachings and making them part of ourselves
and our lives.
We have taken ten of the primary messages that
the Rebbe teahes us and communicated them through scenes and stories
that relate to a child on his or her level. As the child learns, he or
she begins to appreciate how special it is to be a chassid. And this
inspires them to take pride in doing their share to fulfill the mission
that lies at the center of the Rebbe's life - preparing the world for
the coming of Mashiach.