Continue reading The Rebbe’s Vision
Dr. Ira Weiss of Chicago, a renowned heart specialist, became very close to the Rebbe and the Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, when he was called upon to be part of a dedicated team to care for the Rebbe after the Rebbe had a major heart attack in 1978*.In 1981, the Rebbetzin was not feeling well, and Dr. Weiss was called.
Continue reading Biography of Rebbetzin Chana Schneerson
The Chassidim of Nikolayev would fondly recall Chana’s scholarship as a teenager. When a maamar (Chassidic discourse) would arrive from Lubavitch—either repeated by a Chassid who was present at the Rebbe’s discourse, or as notes sent to her father’s home—she would meticulously and faithfully transcribe it, making it available for the eager Chassidim.Bright and talented, Chana had an excellent ear for music—a quality she shared with her father.
Continue reading She Wouldn’t Lie Even if Her Life Was In Danger
Following her illustrious husband’s passing, Rebbetzin Chana traveled to Moscow. She did not have any family left in Russia.
Continue reading The Honor For The Rebbe That The Rebbetzin Had
It seems only as yesterday that I was speaking with the Rebbetzin. Her voice still echoes in my ears.
Continue reading Stories With The Rebbetzin
In 1978, after making her way back to Judaism, Devorah was a Seminary student at Machon Chana in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. Here she tells her story of her encounter with the Rebbetzin and the life lessons it taught her.
My family’s connection with the Rebbetzin* goes back 50 years when my father became seriously ill.