Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor concluded his recent visit to Melbourne, Australia with a stop at Cheder Levi Yitzchok, where he met with the older students and farbrenged with them over a special breakfast.
Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor, Director of Chabad of Bangkok, Thailand, concluded his recent visit to Melbourne, Australia this Thursday with a stop at Cheder Levi Yitzchok, where he met with the talmidim of the 8th grade and Mechina classes, and farbrenged with them over a special breakfast.
Rabbi Kantor discussed the importance of simcha, especially significant in light of the pasuk in the Rebbe’s kapitel, ‘שמחתי באומרים לי בית ה’ נלך’, as well as the significance and importance of the recitation of the Rebbe’s kapitel in general, among other topics.
The short yet meaningful encounter was greatly appreciated by talmidim, shluchim and hanhala alike.
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