Rabbi Peer & Rabbi Loloyan: Integrating the Lubavitcher Rebbe's Practice - Love and Care for Every Individual
One of the many common themes both Rabbi Loloyan and Rabbi Peer shared is the personal bond they had with Chabad. For Rabbi Loloyan, the Lubavitcher Rebbe was not only responsible for his fleeing from Iran, but also the inspiration for being the outstanding rabbi he is today. Similarly for Rabbi Peer, he did not only find his wife through the Chabad organization in New York but also praised the Lubavitcher Rebbe for inspiring him to be the marvelous rabbi he is today. When asked about the one trait of the Lubavitcher Rebbe that inspired them most, both emotionally responded by describing the love and care the Lubavitcher Rebbe expressed for every individual Jew. This vibrant character has influenced both Rabbi Loloyan and Rabbi Peer to heavily focus their organizations on catering to the needs of every individual whether male or female, young or old, and regardless of their nationality or level of observance.
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