When the reporter for the New York Times, who was doing a story on the Lubavitcher Rebbe about thirty years ago, was shown the room where the Rebbe lives, one room with books, he asked, “That’s it?”
“That’s all there is,” Rabbi Krinsky replied.
The Rebbe changed the world.
But for himself, just one room was enough.
I have warm memories of the Rebbe. He helped me and many, many people.
When I study or remember his teachings, he’s right there.
When I look at how he and his followers changed the world for the better — and it’s a work in progress — I consider how lucky we all are.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe led a revolution, peacefully, altruistically, and effectively.
And the world is better for it.