A fresh music video by singer Moishy Schwartz, which tells a story of the tzadik Reb Hertzk’ele from Ratzfert, features a number of Lubavitcher actors. They utilized the filming for mivtzoim as well.
A fresh music video by singer Moishy Schwartz, which tells a story of the tzadik Reb Hertzk’ele from Ratzfert, features a number of Lubavitcher actors.
Standing on Kol Nidrei night, the shul donned in white, The Tzadik Reb Hertzk’ele from Ratzfert swung open the door of the Aron Kodesh to deliver an inspiring sermon for Yom Kippur. With his tallis draped over his head, he faced the congregation and recounted an impactful story he experienced firsthand during his travels.
In “Tentzele,” Moishy beautifully captures the essence of Reb Hertzkele’s profound message – the power of dance as a transformative force. Through enchanting melodies and soul-stirring lyrics, the song brings to life the Tzadik’s belief that every problem can be solved, and any debt can be paid off through the unifying language of dance.
“Tentzele” reminds us that even in the face of life’s challenges, the simple act of dance can spark joy, heal hearts, and light up our souls.
The video features a number of Lubavitchers in acting roles, including Danny Namdar, Tzvi Spielman, and Yoel Shernofsky.
The Lubavitchers utilized the filming to put tefillin on other Jewish actors, including one who called himself an atheist at the start of the day. But, after working together with them, he agreed to don tefillin for the first time in his life…