Weekly Letter: “My Jewishness Means Little to Me”

In this week’s parsha we learn of the birth and life of Yaakov and Esav, twins born to Yitzchak and Rivkah – and we see Esav disregarding the teachings of his parents and rejecting the responsibilities of a first born. In this connection – we bring a letter in which the Rebbe answers one who declares that “my Jewishness means little to me.”

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