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Over the past 10 days, hundreds of people from across the globe learned a specially prepared lesson in honor of Chai Elul - commemorating the birthdays of the Baal Shem Tov and Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi.
Participants were asked to study a sicha (talk) of the Rebbe in English, Spanish, or Hebrew and answer three questions related to the material for a chance to win prizes. Two winners were chosen.

Congratulations to:
First prize - $300.00 to SeforimDeals.com: Shalom Lipszyc, New York, NY.

Second prize - $100 to Kehos: Yosef Kapular, Brooklyn, NY.

Thank you to all who participated!

Participants were asked to share the most powerful new lesson they took from the sicha. Here is one selected answer:

"The lesson I took is the tremendous personal obligation to learn chassidus and to teach it to others. It happens that we forget about the difference that learning chassidus makes in our lives, and we don't learn for a while, it involves getting up earlier, etc. Which feels inconvenient some specially if you have a tight schedule. This sicha is a strong reminder that there's no way around it, we have to learn chassidus in order to serve Hashem the way we should."

- Yosef, Montreal, Canada
If you would like to have a part in the merit of all the learning by helping to cover the cost of the project, please go to www.jnet.org/donate and mention Chai Elul in the "In honor of" section.

This campaign is dedicated in loving memory of Moshe Avrohom ben Aaron Leib OB"M

May the merit of all of our learning hasten the coming of Moshiach now!
The JNet team

A joint project of JNet and Chabad.org
This campaign is dedicated in loving memory of Moshe Avrom ben Aaron Leib.

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