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The 28th of Sivan


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The 28th of Sivan(1)

1) This day is one of farbrengens and making good resolutions in all activities concerning the dissemination of Torah, Judaism, and Chassidus. The results of these farbrengens have already been seen in very real terms for over three years, thereby establishing a chazaka.

(Shelach 5749)

2) This will certainly be the case from now on, and in other places too, whether because of a chazaka or because of the idea of one mitzva leading to another.


3) Strengthen and increase the fulfillment of the shlichus that the Rebbe Rayatz gave every individual of our generation: to be involved in the dissemination of Torah, Judaism, and Chassidus, with a total involvement, even beyond one's strength.



1. The 28th of Sivan (this year, 5767, on Thursday, June 14), is the 66th anniversary of the arrival in the United States of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka.

The Rebbe and the Rebbetzin were in France during the early years of World War II. In 5701/1941, after tremendous effort on the part of the Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneersohn--who was already in the United States--the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin were able to travel to Portugal, from where they boarded a ship to the United States.

The trip itself was quite dangerous, with the ship being stopped numerous times en route by the Nazis.

On the 28th of Sivan 5701 (June 23, 1941), the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin arrived in New York. Ed.

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