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Sunday, 21 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 26, 2019

    Heartbroken Farewell to Shlucha

    A full crowd, including the students of Bais Rivkah high school, attended the Levaya of Shlucha Rashi Minkowicz of Alpharetta, Georgia. Full Story, Photos

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    Is there a hookup to listen?

    HEARTBREAKING
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    HEARTBREAKING

    HAMAKOM YENACHEM ESCHEM BESOCH SHAAR AVALEI TZION BEYERUSHALAYIM!

    So sad
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    So sad

    I don’t know you Rashi, but you sound a wonderful kind girl. The world needs people like this neshoma, we need kindness, we need people to look out for each other. This lady sounds like she had it all. I’m so sorry for her kids and her husband and her mother and father.

    When I think of what a frum person should be, I will think of this neshoma, whom so many people wrote such wonderful words.

    Rest in peace, we await your return with all the other lovely people whonhave gone to ask for amoshiach for us.

    Chana S

    OH REBBE !!!
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    OH REBBE !!!

    hamakom ynachem eschem besoch shaar avalei tzyion be’yerushalyim…. MACHIACH NOW!!!

    Heartbreaking
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    Heartbreaking

    I don’t know u but even now as u are no longer here u continue to inspire. U humble me Rashi! Please beg on our behalf to the Abishter to bring moshiach already!!!

    So unbelievable to see that its really true....
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    So unbelievable to see that its really true....

    Hamakom Yenachem Eschem Bshaar Avalei Tzion Veyurhsholayim…Moshiach Now!
    My heart breaks for her family. What a loss.

    sad
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    sad

    hear breaking! Hamakom yenachem eschem besoch shaar avalei tzion beyerushlaim!

    my friend a sister a mother
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    my friend a sister a mother

    why!!!! may you rest in peace

    We Want moshiach now
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    We Want moshiach now

    המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שער אבלי ציון בירושלים

    My heart breaks, and I will take action
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    My heart breaks, and I will take action

    Morah Lieberman, my favorite teacher, the one who has the most lasting impact on my life, I’m so deeply pained for your loss, a loss for klal yisroel. I take upon myself to reach out to other yidden, invite them to my purim seudah or shabbos table. I do this to honor her memory as a shlucha, because we don’t have to be official shluchim to reach out. We can share our family yom tov table with other children of Hashem, just like Rashi would do. I’m doing this for Rashi, in her honor, and may we all increase our… Read more »

    Oy vey, BDE
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    Oy vey, BDE

    המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים

    To rashi
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    To rashi

    So young taken away from this world. You now embark on a new journey. No one knows what is the step over from one world to another. We cry for those you left behind and have to say good by, farewell. We cry with your husband, who lost eishes neurim, your parents, who lost a child they gave birth to, raised and had so much hope for a long life, your sisters and brothers, who feel that one of their limbs were cut off as you are all one, and ofcourse your children who will never again have the love… Read more »

    dear family of rashi
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    dear family of rashi

    An immense sadness comes over me when I look at my own children. I think of you them not being able to see their beloved mother again. i think of Rashi not being able to see her children and enjoying their sweetness. When i look at my husband,, i feel guilty and sad that Hershy cant see you again and enjoy your company. And i mourn for your lost coupleship and family togetherness. I mourn for a life that was cut short abruptly and torn from those she loves and loves her. May you all find comfort and peace amidst… Read more »

    I made 3 Hachlotos
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    I made 3 Hachlotos

    & hope to keep to them……….
    Pls tell the Rebbe that we need to see him NOW We cant take this Golus for even 1 more minute!!!!

    So sad
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    So sad

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    So sad
    I don’t know you Rashi, but you sound a wonderful kind girl. The world needs people like this neshoma, we need kindness, we need people to look out for each other. This lady sounds like she had it all. I’m so sorry for her kids and her husband and her mother and father.

    A classmate
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    A classmate

    My eyes hurt from crying my head hurts from thinking my heart hurts for your family. This entire world is in mourning for you. It is an emptier place without you. Gd should be with your husband and children and give them strength to wake up each day without you. Gd should bless them all with health and prosperity and happiness. Gd should bless your husband with the capabilities to continue on and raise his children with love and courage. Pleas gd watch over them and make the rest of their lives joyous and easy because they have had enough.

    I'm so sad!!!
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    I'm so sad!!!

    💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    What an amazing woman you were!!!!! Our hearts so very heavy. You will remain forever in our hearts and minds. May Hashem give Rabbi Hirshy and your darling children and all of your family members the strength to carry on with all the wonderful memories they will have of such a great person.

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    Tell Hashem it’s enough! We’ve had enough we need to moshiach now!!

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    I live here in Atlanta and I while I have only met Rashi a few times and did not her well I will share that she has made a huge impact on the Jewish community here in our area. She will be greatly missed. Praying for her children, her husband, her parents, her brothers, her sisters, our Jewish community, for all Israel and the world. May her memory be a blessing. May Rashi watch over us and guide us to be as wonderful, inspiring and lovely as she was.

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    She was a real person. She was exactly who she was. Never pretending to be anything else. She inspired me by not being afraid to be herself and doing all the good she did like it was no big deal. I miss her eventhough I didn’t see her everyday I knew I always saw her from time to time throughout the year and I’m sad to think I’ll never bump into her again. Never get to have those chats we used to have. I hope to do more good in her honor and bring Moshiach so she can be reunited… Read more »

    AD MOSSAI
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    AD MOSSAI

    Jews everywhere, Rashi is waiting for us to wake up and make a shturem, a storm- we are being shaken to wake up and demand geulah in a loud and powerful way. we will not settle for anything less.
    family and freinds od dear Rashi, hold tight- we will see Rashi very very soon and with a lot of joy in Yerushlayim…

    to #19
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    to #19

    yes!!

    To Rashi
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    To Rashi

    You’re one of the most amazing women I have ever met. Whether it be you inspiring me through your amazing words, or just listening to what I felt, or taking me to get a manicure, I will never forget or take for granted any of those moments and wish that I had the opportunity to relive them. I want you to know that Tuesday night, I was thinking about how I needed to take you up on your offer for me to come spend Shabbat at your house in Alpharetta. Just know that I would not be where I am… Read more »

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    Even though we are miles aware in Sydney , we are having a ladies gathering for friends of rashi minkowitz and former students of morah Lieberman , morah minkowitz , on shabbos at yeshiva Sydney 4:30 pm , Torah and tefilla and share stories of rashi . Rashi you made a huge impact on many lives and are hurting with the entire klal yisroel on your passing. May you storm the heavens and demand moshiach now so we can see you again and your dear family reunited with you In your Chabad house , in joy and happiness amen!!

    Rashi
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    Rashi

    having recently moved to Alpharetta visiting Chabad only a few times, i did not know you well as so many do. i felt honored to help to quickly set out the food with you and others to break the fast after Yom Kippur. you have done so much for this shul. even though I did not know you, i am truly saddened by your passing. i am saddened for all that know you and love you. especially your children and parents and husband. it is difficult to understand why this would happen. you will be greatly missed.

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