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Bochur Finds $37,500 Cash And Does Something Altruistic

Chaim Mualem, an Israeli man who says he used to be anti-haredi, reports about his experience of losing a bag containing $37,500 cash and his interaction with the Chassidic Yeshiva bochur who found it at a bus station. Full Story

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Nachas
January 14, 2020 4:31 pm

Mi k’amcha Yisroel

BH
January 14, 2020 5:46 pm

Am Yisroel Chai!

BH
January 14, 2020 5:47 pm

We Want Moshiach Now !

Nisan Dub(@nisdub)
January 14, 2020 6:18 pm

An enormous kiddush Hashem!!!!

Shabbos at all costs
January 15, 2020 10:51 am

A Lubavitcher co-worker shared this story about his great grandmother and her sister. They lived (most likely it was NYC)) in the years – 1910’s or 20’s. Those days were infamously known as your boss telling you, “If you don’t come to work on Saturday, don’t bother coming in on Monday.” But, these two great ladies were not to be deterred from observing Shabbos properly. So, they hopped around from job to job because they refused to break Shabbos. One day, they were at the train station, and on the platform, they found $10 worth of cash. At that time,… Read more »

It's Hashavas Aveda
January 15, 2020 12:26 pm

It’s a wonderful kiddush Hash-m. In the secular news it would be called ‘altruism’. But, especially for chinuch purposes, it should be clear that in our world it’s called simply following the Torah and returning found property (that was clearly not hefker) to it’s owner, which a Torah observant Jew is expected to do as a matter of course and that usually it will go unpublicized.

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