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Sunday, 14 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 19, 2019

    My Granddaughter Is Still Smiling

    California Shliach Rabbi Shimon Posner shares thoughts on the yartzeit of his granddaughter Chana Kesselman OBM and Yud Shvat. Full Story

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    That is so beautiful!
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    That is so beautiful!

    Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on your beloved granddaughter Chana A”h!!

    May we be zoche to see the Rebbe, the Frierdiker Rebbe & Chana among them as well together with Moshiach NOW!!!

    Inspiring!
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    Inspiring!

    So well written and with such a positive message. Thank you. Moshiach Now!

    Unbelievably powerful and written from the heart
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    Unbelievably powerful and written from the heart

    Thank you for sharing this. May Moshiach come speedily in our days!

    Exceptionally beautiful
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    Exceptionally beautiful

    Thank you for sharing.
    So beautifully written.

    As usual
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    As usual

    RSP hit the ball out of the park. Sorry its for such a sad reason, but love reading your stuff.
    Gutta nayyes.

    thank you
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    thank you

    thank you for bringing down holiness to such a practical level..beautfully stated.

    So emotional
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    So emotional

    For people,e like u, who take a challenge , a tragedy, and turn it into action and positivity,MOSHIACH should have come! How can he not???
    Ad mosai?

    Yisroel 2110
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    Yisroel 2110

    Shimon-Woah!…what a dose of real life in the grey California morning…Thank you for sharing with us,your incredible letter of personal feelings and hergaishim…You are a gift to Anash.Your father Reb Zalman is Kvelling.
    Besuras Tovos

    Beautifully said !
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    Beautifully said !

    Rabbi Posner always says it so well! So much emotion and intellect blended together.

     the heart holds the pain
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    the heart holds the pain

    what a beautiful little girl, what a painful loss. Thank you for sharing how to channel the pain into something beautiful

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