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How to Display Gedolim Pictures

We never hung up gedolim pictures after a few years of marriage and we really want to finally do it, but I like doing things in a creative way that is really beautiful or a little bit different than the typical... we live in a small apartment and funds are limited, so I don't have a million options of what I can do, but I'm wondering if any women on here have done something untraditional or extra special in their displaying gedolim on their walls/in their homes? Also, do you spread them all around the room vs all in one spot..? Don't have much wall space in dining room, but the living room is also the playroom and feels weird to have gedolim in this very kid friendly space?!
Interested to hear what others have done or would suggest, tia.

Replies : 2  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: ShineBright Yesterday at 1:50 pm

Please have me, anonymous mother in mind

Hi Ladies
I am in the hospital post surgery I had early morning today (Wednesday).
I don't feel comfortable disclosing a tehillim name as I have a unique name.
But please if you can have me in mind by lighting candles, separating challah, making brachos, or davening / tehillim I would really appreciate it and G-d will surely know who I am. If all goes well my expected recovery tme should be about 2 months or so.
Unfortunately only my husband/kids and 1 distant relative know about my surgery.
We both have abusive family backgrounds.
And hugs are welcome too!

Replies : 24  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: amother Thu, May 28 2020, 1:53 am

Chassan With Sick Parents Stayed Strong, Untill He Got Sick

Rav Yitzchok Grossman released a video this week on behalf of a young man whose family the Rav knows personally. The young man’s parents are both ill, and he had already been struggling to make his own wedding. In a painful turn of events, the chassan became ill as well. They are now in a state of panic, unsure how they will manage. Transcription of the video reads as follows:

“My brothers and sisters,

I know this chassan and kallah. The chassan grew up in a holy home. But the father and the mother, especially the mother, are very sick. He has been through things in his life. It was very difficult at home.

He is engaged to a very good kallah.

What happened next? He just became sick also - We need to help him.

To be healthy, to marry, to build his home and to have nachas. I can’t explain to you the biggest mitzvah that you have to help in this case. I know the family, a holy family. I know this boy.

Please! Do everything! It's the biggest mitzvah.

This is hachnasas kallah, this is bikur cholim, this is pidyon nefesh. All these mitzvos together.

And in this merit, that you will help, Hashem should bless you to marry off your children with only happiness and health, measure for measure. In the merit of this mitzvah Hashem should bless you with all the brachos he promised in our holy Torah.”

Those who are able to do this mitzvah of hachnasas kallah, bikur cholim, and pidyon nefesh can receive the Rav’s blessing to marry off their children in health here for a limited time.

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