Can I Be A Shliach?

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    In today’s world, the Jewish community seeks a robust identity and inspiration. Each individual has the power to be a source of inspiration for others, actively nurturing their sense of identity. Waiting for specific moments or figures is no longer necessary – anyone can take the initiative to connect with and support others. Whether through sharing experiences or encouraging cultural practices, individuals can play a vital role in fostering a strong and vibrant Jewish identity. It’s a call for personal empowerment and active engagement in building a united and inspired community.

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    This weekend witnessed a powerful congregation of thousands of dedicated Chabad Shluchim in Crown Heights for the highly anticipated annual Kinus Hashluachim. The event, a cornerstone in the Chabad calendar, serves as a platform for Chabad Rabbis to rejuvenate their spirits, forge vital connections, and equip themselves with enhanced tools and resources to fortify their respective communities.

    The Kinus Hashluachim provides a unique opportunity for Chabad Rabbis to engage in meaningful dialogue, share experiences, and draw inspiration from one another. Through workshops, discussions, and collaborative sessions, attendees gain valuable insights into effective community-building strategies and the application of Chabad principles in diverse settings.

    Highlighting this year’s Kinus Hashluachim is the much-anticipated Grand Banquet, scheduled to take place in New Jersey on November 12 at 1 pm. Expected to draw in thousands of participants, the banquet promises to be a momentous occasion marked by camaraderie, celebration, and shared purpose.

    Last year’s event saw an intriguing exploration of the question, “How Can I be a Shliach?” posed by DollarDaily.org to dozens of Shluchim. This fundamental inquiry delved into the notion that every Jew, whether Chabad or not, possesses the potential to be a Shliach, influencing positive change on a global scale. The responses captured the essence of the transformative impact that individuals can have when embracing the principles of Chabad outreach.

    The Kinus Hashluachim stands as a testament to the unwavering commitment of Chabad Shluchaim worldwide to strengthen and uplift their communities. Through unity, collaboration, and shared vision, these dedicated individuals continue to make a profound impact on the lives of Jews around the globe.

    Today we were all drafted to the frontlines of being ambassadors of positivity in the world. Wherever we may be, in our schools or workplaces people are looking at us Jews for a response.

     


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    Not Fred Titmus
    Not Fred Titmus
    5 months ago

    Which Rebbe?

    Yaakov
    Yaakov
    5 months ago

    I completely agree with the basic premise of the article, that every Jew has the ability and obligation to impact others positively. Where I’m afraid I have to disagree is the term Shliach which implies that Jews must view themselves as representatives of the Rebbe. I, for one, take my marching orders from Hakodosh Baruch Hu. This said, may the Shluchim continue their outstanding work, especially in these trying times.

    Thoughtful Response
    Thoughtful Response
    5 months ago

    Is this entire article a troll?

    Considering that Chabad is generally viewed as outside the “mainstream”, this article is temping many with loshon hora in the comments.

    At least change the headline.