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This story happened when we moved to Toronto about thirty five years ago. We were a young couple sent by the Rebbe on Shlichut to Toronto. In those early days, we were trying everything we could, we were waiting for “business”.
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It was Tisha b’Av night and the congregation was waiting for their rabbi who had left a couple of weeks prior and told them he would be back for Tisha b’Av. But he was nowhere to be seen.
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“My grandfather lived in one small room on the street that now bears his name. In my teens I was privileged to stay with him there during several summers when I came to Israel. It was then that I decided to try to emulate him in every way I could.
Continue reading Hashgacha Pratis Story Part Two
Story until now: Rabbi Eizenbach is invited to farbreng in Meron on Shabbat Mevorchim Menachem Av. Here he meets Yaakov (not his real name), a Litvish bochur, who had recently returned from New York where he went to the Ohel of the Rebbe to request a bracha for a shidduch. Now Yaakov asks the participants at the farbrengen to lift their cups and say a L’Chayim that the bracha should be fulfilled and he should get engaged soon. Please read on…
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Rabbi Simcha Gorodetzky was a bochur in one of the Yeshivot in Russia under the direction of the Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Y.Y. Schneerson, zt’l.
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I went to the Ohel one day with my husband for an upshernish.
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It happened once five years ago…
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Yehuda Landau was born and raised in the city of Bahia Blanca, a resort city in southern Argentina. The Jewish community there was very assimilated, and Yehuda received very little Jewish education.
Reb Yitzchak Eizik was adamant. No matter what the circumstances, he would NOT desecrate the holy Shabbos! His friends could not believe what they were hearing. “This is impossible,” they said to him.
“Lag Baomer 5744 (1984). I was a young man recently married and going to Kolel (advanced study program for young married men). This year, the committee which organized the Lag Baomer Parade, asked a number of Kolel yungeleit (young people) to help out.