Hashem has some special neshomales that for reasons we will never know, need to come to this world for only a very short time to fulfill their unique shlichus. Hashem gives these special neshomales to special parents who will give all they can, allowing this neshomale to accomplish its mission.
Hashem sent Miriam Baila on Chof Gimmel Shvat to two incredible people who He knew would give her what she needs for this task. Miriam Baila was born with such Kedusha and Tahara and with the joy of mishenichnas Adar. (That song was playing as she came into the world.)
She was born to a caring family sheyichyu lechaim tovim aruchim ulesholom. She was surrounded by seforim, by yiras shamiam, by love and warmth, by simplicity and by pure yiddishkeit and chassidus. She was nurtured and looked after and cherished by her family, uncles, aunts and grandparents. She bore the holy names of two of her ancestors. She was blessed by a special kiddush with divrei Torah, farbranging and sheves achim gam yachad.
In the short months that she was with us, Miriam Baila fulfilled what she came here for, and Hashem invited her back peacefully on the holy day of Shabbos.
Miraim Baila joined together with all the neshomos in the real word, in the world of truth. They are rejoicing with her pure neshomale that fulfilled her mission without ever tasting the taste of sin. From a special place among all the holy souls Miraim Baila is in endless gratitude to her wonderful parents and family who allowed her to achieve the unique task she was sent to do.
We will never know why our dear Chani and her special husband Shlomo Reuven were chosen to care for this neshomale. We will never what what mission Miriam Baila was trusted with. We will never know why Vov Menachem Av was the day chosen for her return. It is for Hashem to know and for us just to feel the pain and take to heart.
Av is a month of transformation, a time to turn sadness to joy. With the coming of Moshaich now, Miraim Baila will be with us again and we will share in the joy of this special neshomale who could be trusted only to our dear Chani and Shlomo Reuven.
May Hashem comfort them among the mourners of Tziyon and Yerushalaim.
Written by her aunt, Mushky Gordon