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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Yesterday at 10:10 am

Yoel zev Ben tzivia raizel. 3 mo cardiac arrest.

Pls say tehilim. My sister just called me my great nephew went into cardiac arrest. Yoel zev Ben tzivia raizel.

Replies : 5  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Tue, Dec 12 2017, 11:22 am

BDE Harav Shteinman

BDE Harav Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman
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December 12, 2017 – Rabbi Aharon Yehuda Leib Shteinman, the leader of Torah Jewry, passed away today at the age of 104.

Visiting the small apartment on Chazon Ish Street in Bnei Brak, Israel, one could be excused from failing to identify this as the home of a global leader. Stucco-cement, simple plastered walls, unfinished wood cabinets – and rows of floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with Torah commentaries.
Yet here, in an office that doubled as his bedroom, Rabbi Shteinman received visitors from every stream of Jewish life – educators seeking guidance on curriculum; politicians formulating key legislation; schoolchildren tested on their studies.

The door to his home was always open. No problem nothing was too trivial for him, and people came from around the world to line up outside his door – sometimes waiting hours – to speak with him. Legend has former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak jumping through the window to bypass the crowds.

Rabbi Shteinman authored 15 volumes of commentaries on the Talmud, plus a series on the Five Books of Moses, all under the title Ayelet Hashachar. He was a highly-sought expert on education, and author of Leading with Love: Guidance for Our Generation.

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Rabbi Shteinman was born in 1913 near the Polish-Lithuanian border. Just prior to World War Two and faced with forced induction into the Polish Army, he fled to Switzerland. He eventually landed in a refugee labor camp, and was the only member of his family to survive the war; both his parents, and all five brothers, were killed during the Holocaust.

He arrived in Israel in the early 1950s, and for six decades slept on the original plank-board and thin mattress issued by the Jewish Agency. For the next six decades, he led various Torah institutions, including Gaon Yaakov, the yeshiva he founded in Bnei Brak.
Following the death of Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv in 2012, Rabbi Shteinman assumed the title of Gadol Hador, widely acknowledged as the final word in Torah Jewry. In this role he influenced hundreds of thousands of Jews through teaching, direct counsel, and public policy.

Rabbi Shteinman had a vastly broad perspective that comes from living across multiple generations and traveling the world. But his most important asset was having plumbed the depths of millennia of Jewish wisdom – which he then extracted expert on everything from education to parenting, diplomacy to spirituality.

A few years ago, when I was publicizing the dangers of nuclear Iran, I consulted with Rabbi Shteinman. While supporting my efforts, he cautioned on one point: "Avoid direct personal attacks on Iranian leaders," he said. "There is some evidence in our history – whether the biblical Esav, or the early days of Hitler – that one must be careful not to agitate a personal confrontation."

I left the meeting in stunned silence. Here was a frail old man, sitting on a hard bench, and illuminating a sensitive diplomatic issue – referencing not only the Torah-based paradigm for dealing with foreign enemies, but also evidence in his lifetime that certain anti-Nazi protests may have been used to "justify" actions against the Jews.

When my youngest son was born, Rabbi Shteinman graciously agreed to be Sandek, holding the baby for the circumcision covenant.
Torah Leadership

In contrast to the Western style of choosing leaders – often a self-aggrandizing popularity contest between egocentrics – Rabbi Shteinman was chosen with no elections, campaigning, or brash publicity antics. He became leader based on his deep humility, compassion, respect for God, and commitment to serve – without no thought to personal compensation or glorification. He served with no salary, no palatial office, no private jet, and no term of office – maintaining his position solely on the people's trust.

When it came to Torah study, Rabbi Shteinman was a purist. He defined "yeshiva" as not simply as a place for high-level Torah study, but as a safe haven free of forces antithetical to Torah. Particularly in the digital age, where negative influence is impervious to physical barriers, he believed that the best protection is unswerving commitment to Torah values.

Rabbi Shteinman was known as a moderate. He backed the idea of Nachal Charedi, providing a path for yeshiva students to serve in the Israeli army. For this Rabbi Shteinman took some heat, and for years courageously stood up to criticism. Rabbi Shteinman instituted a policy of "no child left behind," starting schools for less-talented children, children of immigrants, and others at risk. And he increased Torah influence in Israel by approving the inclusion of a charedi minister in Israel's cabinet.
Rabbi Shteinman was a role model for anyone trying to steer clear of the many trappings ...

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Replies : 2  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Shuly Tue, Dec 12 2017, 11:12 am

Refuah Shleima needed now!

Please say tehillim for my Bubbi Rochel bas Gittel for a Refuah Shleima! She is in the ICU and is undergoing procedures.

Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: jordana1 Mon, Dec 11 2017, 8:52 pm

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My husband and I both unexpectedly lost our incomes the month that we gave birth to our new baby. We've now depleted our savings. While we've been desperately seeking employment, we've been unsuccessful in finding an immediate solution and need a nes gadol to stay afloat this month.

Replies : 6  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Mon, Dec 11 2017, 10:08 am

New Release! Best Chanukah toy ever! Tons of Fun!

I’m a mommy just like all of you, and I finally did it. I’m starting my own business selling toys for kids. Thank you all of you for supporting me along the way and sharing your advice.
Here’s the video of my toy. I believe it speaks for itself! Your child will really be thrilled to receive this for Chanukah. And as a bonus to all my fellow imamothers I’m giving you a Chanukah coupon. Visit my website to get the coupon www.littlestar.toys


Here’s some description of the product.
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    Get ready for unstoppable fun! The exciting noise, music, and flashing LED lights will make you want to whack again and again.

    Collect as many of these adorable bug characters as you can. Then form a bug toy train using the magnets to link the bugs.

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Replies : 34  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sun, Dec 10 2017, 6:40 pm

Please daven for a healthy pregnancy!

Please daven for me! I had primary infertility for years and a twin miscarriage in January.
Got BH pregnant again through treatment.
Please daven for a healthy baby and pregnancy as I am not young anymore and have a major diagnostic procedure coming up.

Shulamit Carmit bat Sara.

Please also daven for my friend who is desperately trying for a healthy baby for 18 years now:
Chana bat Miriam Nechama.

Thank you!!!!

Replies : 5  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Sun, Dec 10 2017, 12:25 pm


 
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