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Man’s Long Trip to Say Thank You

A Nepalese man arrived at the Chabad House in Kathmandu last Monday looking for "the man with the white shirt and the beard." Full Story

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wow
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wow

very touching

So wonderful
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So wonderful

So fantastic, like a wonderful angel.

very nice!
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very nice!

Is he Jewish?

to 3
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to 3

It doesnt matter.

Makes me proud
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Makes me proud

Only Yidden who truly respect life go out of their way to help any person, no matter who. And our Shluchim are way above the rest.

Mr Gershon Beck
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Mr Gershon Beck

Beautiful . Kiddush Hashem.
Yasher koach shlucha Adoneinu !!
Your bringing moshiach tzidkaanu!!

kiddush Hashem
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kiddush Hashem

Yasher Koach! What a Kiddush Hashem!

of course he's not jewish
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of course he's not jewish

that’s the point of this story

Hakoras Hatov!
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Hakoras Hatov!

Hakoras Hatov is a fundamental obligation on ALL humans.

Some say it defines humanity ans is the principle behind the mitzvah of Honoring Parents (Sefer HaChinuch).

Those who lack it are worse than the donkey who knows the trough of his master.

We, each of us, MUST improve in this basic mentchlich obligation!

Not just paying “lip service” of thanks but truly appreciating the good someone does for us – our neighbor, relative or total stranger.

Yehuda
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Yehuda

To #8.
1) We should always be ready to help anyone in trouble
2) You should always say thank you to whoever helps you with anything.

wws
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wws

the power of hakaras hatov is never fully revealed to us.

May Hashem bentch him with health and joy
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May Hashem bentch him with health and joy

moshiach now

great zchus
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great zchus

What a zchus to do kidush hashem

Oy!
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Oy!

So many israelis have died or were injured in kathmandu!
Wer’e so proud of the Shluchim, always doing all they can to help

Moshiach now!

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