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I knew nothing about the Chabad world until I read this book. It amazes me what a few,materially poor people can do with such rich spiritual beliefs.Published 8 months ago by Bookish
Every page is packed with much information, both pro and con! I underlined more per page than I can ever remember.
Was frankly surprised it'd be so compelling. Read more
The print is quite small, and so I've stuck it in a cupboard and haven't started it. The book is in great shape, though. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Judy L.
Very enjoyable. We'll written. The young men and women who commit themselves to this way of life should be celebrated by all.Published 17 months ago by Matthew Berglass
Incredible! Who knew? Gave me a whole new appreciation and understanding of the Rebbe and Chabac.Published 18 months ago by Maizenblue
Rather complete description of Lubavachur,although it failed to explain the ordination of rabbis.Published 18 months ago by joseph j. harris
I went on to buy quite a few of these as gifts and everyone, without exception, enjoyed it as much as i did. Read morePublished 20 months ago by shaindel
Fascinating. Couldn't put the book down. Graces my library. A fine read for those intrigued by the global work of Chabad.Published 20 months ago by Boruch Wolf