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Ep 25 - A Moment of Silence | Objective Morality | Rabbi Moshe Goldman about the Lubavitcher Rabbi

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In which Rabbi Moshe Goldman discusses the history of Chabad's founding father, a man who was given a posthumous award in 1994 for his "outstanding and lasting contributions toward improvements in world education, morality, and acts of charity". Among filling more than 200 volumes of teachings, in 1
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In which Rabbi Moshe Goldman discusses the history of Chabad's founding father, a man who was given a posthumous award in 1994 for his "outstanding and lasting contributions toward improvements in world education, morality, and acts of charity". Among filling more than 200 volumes of teachings, in 1978, the Rebbe's birthday was designated by President Jimmy Carter as the national Education Day in the US. In this episode, Rabbi Goldman talks about the contributions the Rebbe made to charity, to our education, and to our culture--spiritually and morally. You can check out Rabbi Goldman's podcast called The Parsha Podcast here https://apple.co/3hgDr8Z
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