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What It Means to Be A Gadol (Story)

Tuesday, 8th January 2019

Another inspirational story from

Rabbi Duvi Bensoussan

What It Means to Be A Gadol (Story)
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Rabbi Duvy Bensousan

Thursday, 3rd January 2019

 

THE STORY from Rabbi Duvy Bensousan

at 9th Annual Project Inspire Convention
 

Click the Image below to listen to this

incredible and inspirational story

My Son, The Soldier

Friday, 28th December 2018

MY SON, THE SOLDIER

by Judi Felber

Click here to read their inspiring story

Yad L Achim - Maya's story

Thursday, 20th December 2018

Maya was the Daughter of a high ranking Hamas Sheikh. Watch as Maya tells her riveting life story of suffering and redemption including her rescue through Yad L'Achim.

Please help rescue other women like Maya by visiting http://bit.ly/SUPPORT-Yad-LAchim

Click the image below to watch Maya tell her story

Ani Maamin

Friday, 14th December 2018

Ani Maamin

by Rav Azriel Fastag 

with Cantor Simon Cohen and Maestro Elli Jaffe

 

The story of Ani Maamin written on the way to the death camps by Rav Azriel Fastag. Maestro Elli Jaffe composed a genius chilling orchestration turning the orchestra into the sounds of the train to accompany the story.

Click here to watch this inspirational, beautiful and chilling video

The Menorah & The Swastika

Thursday, 6th December 2018

Rabbi YY Jacobson:

The Menorah & The Swastika

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watch this inspirational video

Why Are You So Happy

Wednesday, 28th November 2018

Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach ztz'l - Why Are You So Happy

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Volunteer soldier in the IDF

Friday, 23rd November 2018

 

Pvt. Shahaf is a volunteer soldier in the IDF,

click the image below to see the video of his story:

 

 

 

Miracle: Soldiers Exit Bus a Minute Before Missile Strike

Wednesday, 14th November 2018

Miracle: Soldiers Exit Bus a Minute Before Missile Strike

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Waiting For You

Thursday, 8th November 2018
 
It was a beautiful day in Jerusalem as the legendary Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld zt”l strolled down the street for a walk. The day was filled with the beauty of life and the beauty of G-d’s world. But such a mesmerizing reality came to a halt as soon as Rav Sonnenfeld noticed a little four-year-old girl crying in front of a school. Seeing that she was clearly perturbed, he approached her. “Is everything alright?” Rav Sonnenfeld gently whispered to the girl. As it turned out, today was the first day of school, and the little girl’s mother was critically ill in the hospital. The doctors’ prognosis was dismal. With no one to therefore pick up the girl from school, she was left alone in tears.
 
But Rav Sonnenfeld did not waste any time. He proceeded to obtain the girl’s home address and walk her home. 
 
The story could have ended here and it would have been a beautiful demonstration of Rav Sonnenfeld’s care and concern for others. But it didn’t.
 
When Rav Sonnenfeld shortly thereafter entered the little girl’s home, he was met by total disarray. The house was not exactly organized and put together, but there was good reason for it. Yet, as Rav Sonnenfeld stepped further inside and extended his warm greetings to the family members, he said, “I just want you all to know two things. Firstly, the mother is going to have a complete recovery. Secondly, the mother is going to walk this four-year-old girl down to her chuppa.”
And so it was. In an inexplicable change of circumstances, the mother underwent a total recovery. It came as an incredulous shock to all the medical staff, yet everyone graciously accepted such news. Now it came time for fulfillment of the second part of Rav Sonnenfeld’s blessing.
 
The four-year-old girl had grown up and she was now seventeen. Although young, names of prospective shidduchim were coming her way. Yet, one after another, she turned them down.
 
She was now twenty, and her younger siblings began getting of age to marry. Although still unmarried herself, she encouragingly and happily let them go ahead. And indeed, it happened. Three years later, her younger brother got married. And another three years later, two more of her siblings had gotten married. All the while, she received names of some wonderful boys who seemed quite suitable for her. But she just didn’t go along with any of them. It seemed as if she was extremely picky.
 
*By her 32nd birthday, the last of her siblings finally married. It was an unbelievably joyous occasion for all of the family. *
 
Within a number of months, the four-year-old girl who was now 32, finally got engaged and then married. And like Rav Sonnenfeld had said, her mother walked her down to the chuppa.
 
As the next morning rolled around and everyone began to get up for another day, the mother did not. And that was not because she was tired. Rather, in fact, she had passed away in her sleep. The newly-married girl of 32 would be going to her mother’s funeral.
 
As is the custom in Jerusalem, children ask forgiveness from their parents before they are lowered down to the earth for their repose. The kallah of just barely 12 hours had difficulty speaking, but went on to say:
 
“ Ma, I want to ask mechillah (forgiveness) from you. For fifteen years, I appeared to be overly picky in the many shidduch offers I received, and it brought much heartache to you. I am sorry, and I am asking for mechillah. But I just want you to know why I was so picky. It was because I wanted all of my younger siblings to also benefit from Rav Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld’s blessing to have you at their chuppa. Only after every one of them had gotten married and you walked them down to their chuppas was I ready… Please be mochel me…”
 
All along, it may have seemed like the girl was being picky for herself. It was about her finding the perfect boy. But, in reality, nothing could have been further from the truth. It was all about her siblings and her beloved mother. It was about affording her brothers and sisters the opportunity to have their mother dance at their weddings, and about her mother having the chance to reap the nachas of seeing her children’s most joyous moments where they would begin building the family’s future and legacy. That is what it means to lead a selfless existence. That is what it means to care for others outside of yourself.

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