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10th Yartzeit of Shula Swerdlov

Hindel Schwartz Swerdlov reflects on ten years since the passing of her daughter, Shula Swerdlov obm: "It’s been ten years and I can’t seem to throw out the last of Shula’s shoes." Full Story

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So touched!
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So touched!

Thank you for sharing your feelings about Shula! What a touching writeup and a lesson for us to nurture our kids and cherish the little things.

Extremely powerful
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Extremely powerful

I am tearful

Beautifully written
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Beautifully written

Shula will forever be in our hearts

Great article
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Great article

Thanks for sharing

Just to point out, the halacha mentioned of not wearing shoes a deceased person only applies to the shoes worn by the deceased at the time of his/her passing, not to any other shoes that belong to the deceased.

There are no words except :
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There are no words except :

Moshiach NOW !!!!

Thank you
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Thank you

I want to thank COL for posting this event for us. Rabbi Lew did an incredible job of pulling in a diverse Jerusalem neighborhood, and uniting them all through inspiration and Chassidishe stories. Having a personal connection to our family, it is bashert that Rabbi Lew represented the evening in a manner that only his authentic and generous and pious self can. Lucky us. Lucky Shula. Lucky family and friends who shared the evening with us. Moshiach now!
Thank you.
Hindel.

What an article!
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What an article!

May Hashem quickly ‘shoo’ away this golus and bring back your beautiful daughter, as we wear our ‘dancing shoes’ while we welcome Moshiach and all the special neshamos b’gufim, right now mamash!!

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