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Shluchim By: Tayna Blotner
What is that? It’s a Shliach! • There was once a Shliach who had a big Chabad House. It was so big • • • that he didn’t know all his congregants. There was once a man who drove to his Shul on Shabbos-the Rabbi was busy greeting all the regular people, and didn’t notice the man. Each week, the same thing happened-the man would drive to Shul, and the Rabbi would notice the man. One week, the man noticed that the Rabbi walked to Shul in his Shabbos clothing. The man thought “if the Rabbi is walking-I should walk. ” So from that Shabbos on he walked to shul. Then one Shabbos the man saw that the Rabbi was not turning any lights on-so he decided to not to turn any lights on. This continued until the man became a abservant Jew. The Rabbi didn’t even know that this was happing! When we are walking in the street we are examples to everyone and anyone with out knowing it.
Are you Jewish? • There was once a young man traveling on a New York subway when • • a group of Bochurim came on to the train. The Bochurim and the man had a conversation. When the man told his parents about his conversation and declared that he wanted to become Jewish-his parents started to cry. His parents told him that he was Jewish! Both of his parents were from the Holocaust and when they came to America they didn’t want their children to suffer so they didn’t tell them that they were Jewish -until now. Yes! He was Jewish and because of the Bochurim he became aware that he was Jewish and was able to do Torah and Mitzvahs.
Just one deed can change the world… • Once, a Shliach went to someone’s house to try to get them to • • become Frum. The man was a smart man and they were both were arguing. The Rabbi was proving from the Torah and the man was proving his points from philosophy and Science. During the course of time the man got up to get a book from the book case to prove a point; When he turned around-he saw the Rabbi praying at the wall! When he saw that he became a frum man and brought others closer to Yiddshkit. When standing up for what you believe in could change the worldeven if it is one deed!