Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson
Throughout his lifetime, the Rebbe received hundreds of letters every day, from people of every conceivable background, occupation and faith.
Today people continue to send letters to be placed at the Ohel for the Rebbe's guidance and intervention On High, in the age-old tradition of written prayer petitions at our holiest sites.
Whether referring to one's own self or mentioning someone else's name in a letter, one should always include the name and mother's name (e.g. Isaac the son of Sarah) of both the one(s) who are in need of blessing and the signer. (See Why is a person’s mother’s name mentioned when praying on his/her behalf?) It is preferable to use one's Jewish name. (Customarily gentiles use their father's name.) Letters can be written in any language.
Use the form below to have the rabbis at Ohel Chabad Lubavitch personally bring your prayers to the Rebbe’s resting place.