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Lessons Learned From My Father

Web series with acclaimed educator Miryam Swerdlov blending Chassidus and humor. This week: Lessons learned from my father. Video

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Ali L.
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Ali L.

Love this one too Swirly, thank you for sharing these
‘larger-than-life,’ vignettes from your father with us!
May Hashem bentch you with the strength to keep sharing!

Thank you!
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More on track! Very moving… the stories of yesteryear and mesiras nefesh of those Jews humble me and push me to go the extra mile!!! Thanks for sharing a personal story … bli
Neder I will Make a conscious decision to take a step forward.

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B”H
Thank you again for sharing such personal and inspiring reflections.
Jane in Vernon Hills, Illinois

Wow!!
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Wow!!

Crying !!! What a tzaadik your father was !! Your definateely making him proud!!!

interesting!
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interesting!

Thank you for sharing!

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Thank you Morah Swerdlove.. you continue to inspire me…

Love the dress
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Love the dress

I remember your father. He did look like a tzadik and your mother too AH. They shd b a gute beter for Moshiach Now
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!שם טוב, וגם שמן טוב... אשריכם
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!שם טוב, וגם שמן טוב... אשריכם

A bit late but just also watched your earlier Chanuka video – יישר כוחך for the powerfully conveyed message… So aptly titled “You have the Oil”, how your father cherished that purest of precious bit of oil, and was able to miraculously draw from that – the mesiras nefesh that lasted not only for 8 days, but despite heartbreaking nisyonos, this spirit of self sacrifice lasted also for his entire lifetime, and as well for future דורי דורות, generations of children, grandchildren, great grandchildren – לאורך ימים ושנים טובות … To try to imagine what it meant to have “nothing”… Read more »

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