Education and Sharing Day 2019: Authorities and community leaders celebrate Education and Sharing Day with respect to Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson

Elected authorities and community leaders met up to respect a standout amongst the most compelling Rabbis ever.

Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson

A news conference was held at the state office building to mark the 117th Anniversary of the Rebbe’s or Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson’s birth with Education and Sharing Day.

The Rebbe’s teachings emphasized the estimation of even the littlest great deed.

He is the only Rabbi to get the Congressional Gold Medal and to have an American national day announced in his respect.

Rabbi Levi Slonim says this day is tied in with urging everybody to work to make a superior and more promising future. “There’s so much happening these days. Every minute there’s something else happening our phone is constantly buzzing. This is about going back to the cores of education and not just thinking about what it is that will get us the most amount of digits on our paycheck. But thinking about what it is that’s important to us in life.”

Education and Sharing Day was set up as an American Tradition in 1978.


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