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Tuesday, 15 Sivan, 5779
  |  June 18, 2019

    I Promised I’ll Never Go Back…

    From the COLlive inbox: Hadassah Chen writes what got her to return to the hospital where her daughter was treated before she passed away. Full Story

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    felt every word.
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    felt every word.

    crying with you.
    so sad. This article was beyond moving. BEYOND!

    Moshiach now!
    Guest
    Moshiach now!

    We need moshiach now!!
    So brave and amazing of you to go!

    unusALLY WELL WRITTEN
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    unusALLY WELL WRITTEN

    i WAS crying the whole time-the expression that a mother b-comes stronger than a lion-I have no words-everyone should see it and realize that we complain about dumb things-esp the part about sAYING THILIM WAS VERY MOVING

    Speechless...
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    Speechless...

    I’m humbled.
    Moshiach Now.

    May we share good news
    Guest
    May we share good news

    Sitting here sobbing!!! I’m so sorry you had to experience such pain!!! May you know of only joy and happiness for the rest of your life!!!
    So special of you to reach out to give strength to others. Zei gezunt!

    So moving
    Guest
    So moving

    Ariel ben Natali should have a refuah sheleimah.

    Tears
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    Tears

    So sad
    So happy
    Confused
    What strength
    Amazing mesiras nefesh
    So happy I read this.
    Davening for Ariel ben Nathalie for a miraculous refuah shalayma among all the cholie Yisroel

    I’m crying ... Refua Shleima for Ariel and lots of strenghth for you
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    I’m crying ... Refua Shleima for Ariel and lots of strenghth for you

    I’m sobbing…. wish all the best to both families

    Crying
    Guest
    Crying

    This really touched me

    Wow!
    Guest
    Wow!

    Hadassa,
    What an inspiration you are.
    Words from the heart, enter the heart.
    This really touched me to the core.
    May Hashem send a speedy refuah to Ariel Ben Natalie and all those in need.

    incredibly moving!~
    Guest
    incredibly moving!~

    Hashem yisborach look at your amazing children and bring the geulah NOW!

    Refuah shalayman and geulah
    Guest
    Refuah shalayman and geulah

    thank you for sharing your beautiful heartbreaking courage. Wishing the deepest brochos to you all.

    No words Hadassa
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    No words Hadassa

    Reading and crying
    Milan, Italy

    wow wow wow
    Guest
    wow wow wow

    to put into words such powerful emotions, very powerful and moving, especially the end how HKBH brings people together! May Ariel have a speedy Refua Shleima and give HKBH much nachas.

    Tears,,
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    Tears,,

    Tears fall freely in my office now, down to the desk I am typing on. I will pray for Ariel, and I will pray for Navi too. She may be in a better place, but she has a big job to do.. Please Navi, I dont know you, but we are sisters, please darling, go to Hashem and beg him to send Moshiach NOW! We as Jews have suffered for so long, and though I was not there when you were suffering, I share now, because your mom shared with us. Please Hashem Ad MASAI?? Ariel May Hashem give you… Read more »

    only hadassah
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    only hadassah

    you write so beautifully. Im crying . PLease write a book.
    Davening for a complete refuah shleimah

    Tears filling my eyes.
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    Tears filling my eyes.

    Refua shelama! Very moving and sad to read. Thank you for sharing such an inspiring story may you and your daughter reunite with the coming of moshiach and may Ariel have a refua shelama immediately

    I don't usually cry
    Guest
    I don't usually cry

    But this had me in tears throughout.

    May you cherish the memories and create only wonderful new ones with your family.

    Hadassa you and your husband are so brave
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    Hadassa you and your husband are so brave

    Crying… praying for ariel

    Why not encourage the parents to keep more mitzvos
    Guest
    Why not encourage the parents to keep more mitzvos

    Since the parents got married as they felt they needed to connect to hashem why not encourage they do more mitzvos. So many rebbe stories of how doing mitzvos saved sick children. Specifically check mezuzos and kashrut and taharat hamishpocha

    beautifully written
    Guest
    beautifully written

    brought tears

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