An event marking the first Yartzeit of Shmuel Karnowsky obm will take place Thursday night, 9:00 PM ET, live online.
Speakers will include Rabbi Michal Gurkov, Rabbi Shmuel Karnowsky, Rabbi Yehoshua Lustig, Rabbi Shais Taub and more.
The Keynote will be presented by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, “The Mysterious Journey of Life: Lessons for Discovering Your Mission” on the connection with 28 Sivan, the day the Rebbe arrived to America 79 years ago.
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Dear Friends, עמו”ש
This Shabbos, Chof Ches Sivan, marks the first yahrzeit of our beloved son, Hatamim Shmuel A”H Ben Osher: an intelligent, friendly, mature young 15-year-old boy full of simchas hachayim and beautiful middos. Shmuel truly was a wonderful, loving son and brother, an excellent, diligent bochur and a beloved friend to many.
As many of you know, we have been encouraging Shabbos Mevarchim Tehillim for children in the Crown Heights community. Tehillim reaches straight to the Kisei Hakovod and the pure yearning and emotion embedded within the pesukim have immeasurable power, both in times of sorrow and joy.
This coming Shabbos, we ask each of you, every adult and child, to open up a sefer tehillim. Not only in the zchus of our sorely missed son, but also as a reflection of your own yearning: to plead from your own heart for the Aibishter to bring an end to this galus. Together as a tzibur, united as Lubavitcher Chassdim, we have a koach, and this shabbos, the 28 of Sivan, is a day of koach (כח); the day the Rebbe and Rebbetzin came to America, and only a few days before Gimmel Tammuz.
These last few months our community has so poignantly shown achdus, shared each other’s sorrows as well as simchas. Let’s recite tehillim with one another in mind, out of chesed and ahava, for all of Am Yisroel. For our son as well as all the chassidim who were recently niftar and, if we may be so bold, please learn a mishna or two and give tzedakah before licht benchen for our dear son, Shmuel A”H Ben Osher, may his neshama have an aliyah! Together, may all of our tefillas reach the highest of high and may we merit to greet Moshiach Now!
Osher and Rivka Karnowsky