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TYH Nation Presents: Rebbe Tell Me – Mendy Worch

TYH Nation Presents: Rebbe Tell Me – Mendy Worch

On everyone’s mind is the age old question “what is the purpose of it all?”
“Why are we here and what are we supposed to be focusing on?”
We turn to our Rabbeim, our teachers, who, with the knowledge of Hashem and the Torah, can guide us to reach our potential. 

They respond to us through their teachings and actions, constantly reminding us that the world stands on three pillars; Torah, Avodah(prayer), and G’milus Chassadim(acts of kindness).  
This is the tachlis of a Yid!
We are privileged to have the Torah to guide us, to have the ability to say TYH and express gratitude for all that Hashem does for us, and especially fortunate that we have opportunities to do kindness for one another.  
Holding up the world is the tachlis of a Yid!

Produced and Arranged by Mendy Portnoy
Executive Fabrengability by The Blumstien Brothers
Melody and Lyrics written by Mendy Worch
Vocals recorded by Mendy Portnoy at Farbrengable Studios
Guitars by Noam “Hargol” Burg
Mixed and Mastered by Ronen Hillel
Lyrics Video: MatiShriki Studio
Graphics: TYH Nation

Special thanks to :
Heshy Davis on his help developing the melody.
Esti, Tzvi , Zevi , Shaya & Dovi Worch for their creative input and constant support!

#RebbeTellMe #ThankYouHashem #TYH

Lyrics:

Rebbe rebbe tell me
Rebbe rebbe show me
וואס איז דער תכלית
אויף דער וועלט?
What is the purpose of this world?
לערנען דער תורה
learning torah
דאנקען דער בורא
thanking hashem
אין צי טוען א טובה
do a favor for another yid
פאר נאך א איד
הייליגער תורה הייליגער בורא
הייליגער רבי 



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