Presentation on theme: "Rebbetzin Chana The Wife of Reb Levik B”H. Rebbetzin Chana’s Parents Rebbetzin Chana was the oldest child. She had 3 siblings, as you will see on the."— Presentation transcript:
Rebbetzin Chana’s Parents Rebbetzin Chana was the oldest child. She had 3 siblings, as you will see on the next slide. Reb Meir Shlomo Yanovsky Rebbetzin Rochel Rebbetzin Chana
Rebbetzin Chana’s Siblings Brother Yisroe-l Leib, who passed away at a young age. Sisters Rebbetzin Gittel Rebbetzin Ettel
Interesting Facts Rebbetzin Chana married Reb Levi Yitzchak Schneerson on 13 Sivan, 5660. Rebbetzin Gittel (Rebbetzin Chana’s sister) married Reb Levi Yitzchak's brother, Reb Shmue-l. Reb Levik was instructed, by the Rebbe Rashab, that Rebbetzin Chana wash negel vasser for her and her baby son, Menachem Mendel, if awakened in middle of the night. Extra Kedusha should be applied to caring for our holy Rebbe, even at infancy.
Rebbetzin Chana’s Children Rebbetzin Chana Menachem Mendel (our Rebbe) Dov Ber Yisroel Aryeh Leib
Story about Rebbetzin Chana Rebbetzin Chana had Mesiras Nefesh for her husband, Reb Levik. When Reb Levik was sent to exile in Kazakhstan, Rebbetzin Chana followed. She chose to live close to her husband, in these harsh conditions so she could care for him. She collected grass which she cooked, thus preparing red ink. Reb Levik was now able to continue to write Chidushei Torah in the margins of the seforim that she brought for him, as well as on the papers that she was able to gather.
Lessons from the Story We should always have Mesiras Nefesh to help another person. We must always strive to help others in spreading Torah. Ahavas Yisroel and Ahavas H-shem go hand in hand!