RebbeDrive is pleased to present a vast collection of never-before-seen Yomanim which were written in the summers of the years 5712 through 5732 – 1952-1972.
The collection includes nine Yomanim written by Reb Meyer Harlig, documenting a decade of the summer months he merited to spend in the Rebbe’s presence from 5722 through 5732, 1962-1972. It is a vivid, day-by-day account of a fascinating period in the Rebbe’s nesius.
On two occasions, these diaries merited to receive recognition from the Rebbe.
The first time, in the month of Iyar when 13 Iyar (the Yahrtzeit of the Rebbe's brother), Pesach Sheini and Tes Vov Iyar all fell on regular weekdays, the Rebbe requested Rabbi Leibel Groner z"l to ask Reb Meyer to check what he had written regarding which date he had gone to the Ohel in previous years with the same kevius.
As the RebbeDrive Team prepared upcoming releases, an exciting phone call came in, a Shliach doing some 'quarantine cleaning' came across a treasured VHS.
The label read Tes Zayin Shevat, 5749 - Dollars, yet unlike the other dollars cassettes in his collection, this one seemed rather long.
After the RebbeDrive Team meticulously restored the footage, the cassette was discovered to include over an hour and a half of new footage. Previously, just five minutes of this dollars has been available.
With the goal of releasing our content without delay, we've decided to release this unique footage now, instead of waiting until next year Tes Zayin Shevat.
May we be Zoiche to experience Sunday Dollars once more, this Sunday, with the coming of Moshiach, Amen!
Right after Rosh Hashanah of 5742, the Rebbe requested that Beis Rivkah begin writing a Sefer Torah Hakloli, each letter to be bought and represent another individual.
RebbeDrive presents new footage documenting the third Siyum, which took place on Isru Chag Shavuos, 5746, with the presence of many of the Rabbonim who we're in town for Shavuos. The Siyum began with writing the last Osiyos in Beis Rivkah, parading to 770 with the new Torah, and the Hakafos ceremony in 770.
Seven such Sifrei Torah have been completed by Beis Rivkah to date. It should be noted that these Sifrei Torah are in addition to the Children's Sifrei Torah, and the Sifrei Torah Haklolim written by Tomchei Temimim, the Vaad for Sifrei Torah Haklolim of Israel, and the recent Sefer Torah completed by Unitedforprotection.com.