Learning to Play in the Real Game

Watch: In preparation for his Bar Mitzvah, young shliach Menachem Litzman travels from his home in South Korea to Yerushalayim, to learn about the importance of performing Hashem’s mitzvos, as explained in the Bar Mitzvah maamar.

In preparation for his Bar Mitzvah, young shliach Menachem Litzman from Seoul, Korea, goes on a journey to learn about the importance of performing Hashem’s mitzvos. He visits Yerushalayim and donned Tefillin for the first time and gets answers to his pressing questions.

His father, Rabbi Osher Litzman surprised him with a visit to the Kosel where they continue the discussion. At the end of the day, they are studying together in 770 – the replica of Chabad headquarters, in Kfar Chabad. Menachem tells his father that at the Kosel he prayed for the final redemption and how wonderful it would be to have all the Jews coming from the entire world to Israel and they burst into a Chassidic dancing.

The text in the video is based on the Maamar recited first by the Rebbe Rashab and since then by Chabad boys on the occasion of their Bar Mitzvah.

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