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Coffee With Miryam: Engraved

Web series with acclaimed educator Miryam Swerdlov blending Chassidus and humor. This week: Once a Yid, always a Yid. Video

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January 10, 2018 4:19 pm

BH BH BH a mistake CAN be fixed…. I checked the above story, and re-checked and was wrong at the end. I got a call from one of the einiklach of Horav Elye Simpson, that it was R’Elye Yeichel Simpson who went by train to Chicago with Reb Shmuel Levitin, and were accompanied to the offices of the people in the city, by the Rabbonim of their respective Shuls. The name of the Rov who went with them to see Mr. Lyojner, was Rabbi Rubenstein, and he was the one that gave the moshul of the Sefer Torah. when they… Read more »

A previous student
January 10, 2018 3:45 am

Love it soo soo much !!!

Beautiful vort
January 9, 2018 7:51 pm

Thank you, Miryam! EM

Thank You
January 9, 2018 2:18 pm

Miriam thank you for polishing my “Neshoma” looking forward to your next vort!!!

Ali L.
January 9, 2018 1:36 pm

Thank you – learned something new!

Coffee together
January 9, 2018 1:10 pm

Whenever I sit down for a coffee or tea and a much needed rest before the kids come home, I put you on and I feel invigorated. So we really are having coffee together! Thank you!!

חרות על הלוחות המביא לידי חירות אמיתית
January 9, 2018 12:24 pm

Thanks for the precious message… Clearly the legacy of our Rebbeim, truly showing that as every Jew, no matter what… is a – חלק אלוק ממעל ממש, there is therefore never a need to FIX, only to reveal, to accentuate and bring out the brilliant shine… As well being engraved letters – actually already fixed, etched, ingrained, – “one and of the same”… so could it be also that the Rebbe was not happy to merely compare a jew to single letters, but rather furthermore as the Ramban and other meforshim explain that every jew is a complete Walking Sefer… Read more »

A fan
January 9, 2018 12:12 pm

Thank you, Miriam. Visiting with you is not only an absolute delight, but never fails to leave lasting chizuk.

In the case of today’s story, which is familiar as I heard it many years ago from Reb Shmuel’s grandson: It’s true that the Frierdike Rebbe corrected them by making the comparison with engraved in stone, rather than, written on parchment letters, but he said that “Mir daf nohr gemn a bloz” (a mere poof) to dislodge whatever dust may have accumulated.

Please keep inspiring us biz chayim nitzchiyim!

Thank You
January 9, 2018 10:58 am

B”H
Thank you for again sharing an uplifting and meaningful lesson.
Jane in Illinois

incredible
January 9, 2018 9:16 am

gevaldik incredible keep it up!

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