The new ‘Kulo Orah’ magazine highlights the Mivtzoim efforts in Yeshivos in honor of Yud-Aleph Nissan, including the record-breaking eight tank parades organized across North America. Plus: an exclusive interview Farbrengen with Rabbi Moshe Herson, head Shliach to New Jersey.
Whether you live in Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Los Angeles, New Haven, Morristown, or Toronto, chances are you encountered the iconic Mitzvah Tanks parading through the streets, providing Shmura Matzah and an opportunity to do a Mitzvah on the go.
At the Shabbos Farbrengen on Erev Yud-Aleph Nissan 5732, the Rebbe spoke about the importance of going on Mivtzoim: “Regarding the upcoming Sunday [Yud-Aleph Nissan], which is a special day in its own right [my day]—certainly everyone will participate in Mivtza Tefillin, and those that will take upon themselves to put on Tefillin will receive at my expense a pair of Tefillin as a gift.”
Indeed, many times throughout the years we saw the Rebbe use his birthday as a springboard for an increase in the Mivtzoim. On that note, every year Yud-Aleph Nissan is celebrated by reaching out to Yidden and giving them the opportunity to study Torah or do a Mitzvah. Most notably through the Mitzvah Tanks, which parade across the world encouraging Yidden to step up and do a mitzvah. This year more than ever, especially standing in a year of Hakhel, bochurim are stepping up to the plate and increasing in their activities of Mivtzoim in honor of Yud-Aleph Nissan!
In the third installment of the acclaimed ‘Kulo Orah’ magazine, the Vaad Hatmimim continue to present a taste of the beautiful initiatives that have been launched recently in Yeshivos as a preparation for Yud-Aleph Nissan. This issue details the Peulos of Hafatzas Hamayonos and Hafatzas Hayahadus happening in Yeshivos, with a special highlight on the first-ever Mitzvah tank parades taking place across America.
The magazine also features a special Farbrengen with Rabbi Moshe Herson, head Shliach to the state of New Jersey, titled “אתה בחרתנו,” where he shares his memories of the Rebbe and imparts words of inspiration for Yud-Aleph Nissan.
Some more highlights: an overview of the subtitled Farbrengens on Yud-Aleph Nissan, and Excerpts from the Diary of a Bochur on Yud-Aleph Nissan 5744.