July 2018

A Child’s Cry

A young Rabbi once was so engrossed in his studies, that he didn’t hear the cry of his baby who had fallen out of the cradle.

His father, the first Chabad Rebbe, heard the cry from upstairs. He came down, soothed the baby and then told his son, “No matter how engrossed you may be, never remain insensitive to the cry of a child.”

The Lubavitcher Rebbe told this story and said that in our generation there are many Jewish souls that are “crying out” for a spiritual connection and we must do everything in our power to provide them with their Jewish needs.

                        - Rabbi Zushe Greenberg

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