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  |  October 14, 2019

A Bochurim Shlichus Story

A story told at a recent farbrengen: "From out of the blue, a tall man wearing a leather jacket, looking like a skinhead, walks towards us. The earlier warnings rang in my ears..." Full Story

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i know shimmy
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i know shimmy

WOW!!!

very nice!
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very nice!

u never know when someone is Jewish!! 😉

wow
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wow

beautiful..

wow
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wow

wow

amazinggggggg
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amazinggggggg

hashgacha prois!!!!!!!!!!!!

pizza
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pizza

vanchover

shluchim and lubavitch = amazing
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shluchim and lubavitch = amazing
menachem ben moshe
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menachem ben moshe

perhaps the story should be called “the shluchim that stole the hart of a thief”

it won't he;lp if you know directions
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it won't he;lp if you know directions

From everythinbg there is a message: it won’t help if you know directions if there is no light. Without the lichtikeit and Varemkeit of Penimiyus Hatorah, you can “know” the map, but not get to the destination…

The Kluginker, Takeh mit A Zaideneh Zupitze, suggests a direction to take, but of course it is a derech Ketzarah Vearucha.

my friends, there is much to farbreng with, and even more to assimilate in to our day to day lives. Veten Lechochom Veyechkam Oid.

big help
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big help

you basicly gave a robber your key so he doesnt brake in to your house, he got the money . but it is still an amazing story

a friend
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a friend

Wow. Beautifull story. May we be zoiche to get the hek ouit of this DARK spooky golus, as as possible

amazing
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amazing

Tanya if pronounced with a “sav” instead of a “tav” sound would look like “senya”.

To #9
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To #9

Yashar Koach for your Pirush Rashi!

to #2
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to #2

it is not too surprising in Odessa for a gazlan to be Jewish – just the nature of the town.

Mishpuche
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Mishpuche

Tayare Yitchock,
You are a classic story teller. Keep on telling your stories we love them.
Y.B.

Diyuk
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Diyuk

Very nice story, but to make sure that it doesn’t loose credibility, someone’s got to clarify the Tefillin vs Dark thing. The teller says it is getting dark, and describes “dark alleyways” etc, and then mentions putting on Tefillin. I’m sure it is a true story, but they should be more careful in how it is written so that it doesn’t sound like a contradiction.

Mishpacha
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Mishpacha

Surely all jews are related!

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