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July 24, 1992 - Image 32

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-24

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triltsivah) a. 1. a je-vvish observance or precept which
is
a Divine

2.

part of our heritage, our teachings and traditions.
commandment to each and every J ewish man, woman and
3. the act of
child, regardless ofbackground or affiliation.
lighting Shabbat candles, putting on Tefillin or affixing a new
adding a few Torah books to your
4.
6. attend-
Mezuzah to your door.
joining one more class in Jewish studies.
library. 5.
calling your mother or father
ing a synagogue regularly. 7.

(

CALLING 11-1E NEW CHABAD-LUBAVITCH

8.
more
often.
MrTZVAPHON-A-THON AND 'RESOLVING TO DO ONE

OF

OVE; or

9.

any good deed ofyour choice.

A

nnouncing MITZVA PHONE—A—THON. Now, dozens ofvolunteers
in our community will be manning the phone lines and calling upon you to
participate! When you answer our phone call, or call our special MITZVA
HOTLINE, we will invite you to add a rnitzva to your routine. There is no cost
involved! We look forward to join with you in this momentous undertaking.

MITZVA HOTLINE - ( 313) 737-7000
PROGRAM DATE JULY 26th THRU AUGUST 13th, 1992

LUBAVITCH MITZVA PHONE A THON

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1992

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It is an age-oldiewish custom to
peiform good deeds when af r - iend
or loved one is ill, with the hope
that these mitzvos will merit a
complete and speedy recovery.
In keeping with this custom, the
mitzva you choose to add to your
routine will be in merit of a
complete and speedy recovery , of
the Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Menachem Al. Schneerson
and in honor of the Rebbe's
90th birthday.

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