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Over the past 11 days, hundreds of people from across the globe learned a specially prepared lesson in honor of Yud Shevat, marking the passing of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson (1880-1950), and the day when the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994) formally accepted the leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch in 1951.

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
Shira Steinherz, New York

Second prize - $100 to Kehos: Marcos Slipakoff, Argentina

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:

"Wow. The Sicha was beautifully translated, and such a pleasure to learn. Everything was explained brilliantly and clearly. I felt that the lessons learned in the text can be applied to my daily life. Thank you JNet for enabling such high level learning to be accessible to us."

- Chana, New York

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 Yud Shevat in the "In honor of" section.

May the merit of all of our learning hasten the coming of Moshiach Now!

The JNet team

A special thank you to our partners:
Chabad.org, Seforimdeals.com, Seeview Optical, Elite Sterling, Oraita, The Printhouse, Kehot
This campaign is dedicated in honor of Yonatan Aharon Ben-Oni on the occasion of his 14th birthday and in the merit of a refua shleima for Avraham Yitzchak ben Masha

A joint project of JNet and Chabad.org


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