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Sari Schochet, 6, of London, visits the gravesite of her grandfather Rabbi Dr. Immanuel Schochet on his first yartzeit in Toronto. Photo

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Just Me
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Just Me

Miss you Zaidy

The tree
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The tree

Hashgacha protis. The tree in the back is perhaps symbolic of the man’s greatness. OBM

he should b a gute beter
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he should b a gute beter

Great great man. His wife shd be well and Moshiach right now.

beautiful picture
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beautiful picture

we all miss him. he should be a gutte better for all his illustrious family all over the world.

this is so special
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this is so special

touches my heart.

His grandchildren
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His grandchildren

We knew him as the great Rabbi and Philosopher. But I once saw him with his grandchildren. He was a real zaidy. Learnt with them. Gave them hadracha. But also played with them and kibbitzed with them much.

such a bitter sweet picture
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such a bitter sweet picture

the innocence of youth dealing with loss. So precious. Yet so sad.

Very meaningful picture
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Very meaningful picture

It probably wasn’t on his yahrtzeit, as the prevailing orthodox Jewish custom is not to visit a Beis HaChaim on Shabbos.

Thornhill, ON
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Thornhill, ON

He was a great, refined man, with incredible knowledge in all areas of torah, nigleh and nistar.
May his Neshama have an aliya and be meilitz tov on all of us. May he continue to enjoy nachas from his descendents.
MOSHIACH NOW!

the yartzeit No. 8
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the yartzeit No. 8

The prevailing custom is also not to take pictures on Shabbos. The yartzeit was on Shabbos chof Av. The custom is to visit the day after which is a hemshech of the day.

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