The Rebetzin And Me!

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The Rebetzin And Me! Created By: Ella Steinmetz

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The Rebetzin And Me!. Created By: Ella Steinmetz. My Presentation Is On Rebetzin Chaya Mushka. Pictures Of Rebetzin. In her childhood. Her wedding day. Rebetzin. Me. ID and passposrt. Chaya Mushka Schneerson. The Rebetzin's Passport. ID CHAYA MUSHKA SCHNEERSON. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Created By: Ella Steinmetz

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Pictures Of Rebetzin

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Name: Chaya Mushka Schneerson

Husband:Menachem Mendel Schneers

on

(rebbe)

Birthday: 25th of Adar

Passing: 1988 כב שבט

Hometown: Russia

Wedding: 14th of Kislev

Mother: Nechama Dina

Father: Yosef Yitzchak

Born In: Babinovitch

Children:

The Chasidim

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Facts:

Her Grandfather wrote a letter

to Rebetzin Chaya Mushka’s

Parents Saying: If she has not

yet been named she should be

name Chaya Mushka.

This is the part of the letter

that her Grandfather wrote:

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A Brief Biography About the Rebetzin

Rebetzin Chaya Mushka (Moussia) Schneerson was born in Babinovitch, near the Russian city of Lubavitch, on Shabbat, the 25th of Adar, in 1901. She was the second of three daughters of the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak and his wife, Rebetzin Nechama Dina Schneerson. When she was born, her grandfather, the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Shalom DovBer, was traveling abroad and he telegraphed her father, "...Mazal tov on the birth of your daughter ...if she has not yet been named, she should be called Chaya Mushka (the name of the wife of the Tzemach Tzedek [the third Lubavitcher Rebbe])."

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Before leaving Russia, Chaya Mushka was engaged to marry the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson.

The actual marriage was delayed until 1928, when, on the 14th day of Kislev, their marriage was celebrated in Warsaw, Poland. On the day preceding the wedding, thousands of Jews flocked to the railway station in Warsaw to welcome her father and his family. Hundreds of miles away, in Russia, in Dnepropetrovsk, (Yekatrinoslav), another wedding celebration was taking place. The Rebbe's parents, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak and Rebetzin Chana, unable to attend in person, organized a festive meal and farbrengen in their own house, to which hundreds of local Jews flocked. Following their wedding, the young couple lived in Berlin until 1933. When calling the Rebbe's office at "770," or calling a high school girl ill in her dormitory, she always referred to herself simply as: "Mrs. Schneerson from President Street."

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About The RebetzinAbout The Rebetzin

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She was very modest she She was very modest she always referred to herself as always referred to herself as Mrs. Schneerson from president Mrs. Schneerson from president street.street.

Once, a child came to the Once, a child came to the Rebetzin and asked, Rebetzin, Rebetzin and asked, Rebetzin, Where are your children? The Where are your children? The Rebetzin answered, My children Rebetzin answered, My children are in 770, My children are the are in 770, My children are the Chasidim.Chasidim.

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When The rebbe came home When The rebbe came home very late at night, the Rebetzin very late at night, the Rebetzin would be up waiting for him.would be up waiting for him.

In their House, Their where In their House, Their where stacks and stacks of stacks and stacks of newspapers in many different newspapers in many different languages, and the Rebetzin, languages, and the Rebetzin, would read all the newspapers would read all the newspapers and bring to the rebbe’s and bring to the rebbe’s attention anything that did attention anything that did have to be brought to the have to be brought to the rebbe’s attentionrebbe’s attention

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We should always dress in the צניעות way and talk in theצניעות .way.Like The Rebetzin Did

We should always dress in the צניעות way and talk in the צניעות way. Like The Rebetzin Did.

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