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Rashi’s Letter to Her Siblings

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Wow.
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Wow.

Very emotional :'(

thank you for sharing
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thank you for sharing

makes me sad to read these, but uplifting at the same time

Powerful!
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Powerful!

Also close to a joyous holiday. The hashgacha!

Dear Rashi
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Dear Rashi

Thank you for sharing your wisdom with the world. Even now, that we don’t see you, you are sending blessings and advice to us. We are inspired by your short lived life. We are inspired about the world that you built and the children that you bore and raised, and we will do what we can to uphold your legacy of smiling at life’s challenges and knowing that we must live with complete confidence that H-shem is running every ounce of minutia in this world, from big to little and that all that happens is only His will. Rashi, you… Read more »

Amazing!!!
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Amazing!!!

I never met Rashi but she seems like such an amazing person
The fact that she wrote this letter anyone can see she’s special!
Moshiach now!

Wow - will read this in shul tomorrow
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Wow - will read this in shul tomorrow

Well what an amazing premonition this is so inspiring I was inspired by her grandfathers emuna now I am inspierd by her emunah, tomorrow I will share this with our congregation

A fellow Shaliach very far away from you but very close at heart.

Just so you should all know that we are one family all suffering together and were all going to recover together

Rashis letter is lifting me out of my meloncolony and despair and has encouraged me to make this purim the happiest one yet

ונהפוך הוא

no words
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no words

wow. shocked

I am left speechless at her deep rooted belief  in Hashem
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I am left speechless at her deep rooted belief in Hashem
correction
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correction

Mrs. Rashi Gansbourg is Mrs. Shaindy Lieberman’s mothers cousin.

A Jew
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A Jew

I don’t known anyone from this evidently amazing family, yet this tragedy has affected me waaaay deeper than I imagined it would. I can only speak for myself, but this letter is so incredibly emotional; you can feel the energy behind her words. Hamaaseh hu haiker, family of Rashi, please stand strong. Maybe I’ll meet one of her children one day and takeh SEE how they not only weathered this storm the Aibishter sent them, but how they THRIVED. I have absolutely nothing to back up these words, but kinderlach, STAY STRONG.

Just realized
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Just realized

Im in 12th grade in la and we went to ch for chof bais shvat. Part of the motzei shabbos program, we went to a restaurant in flatbush. My class and I seated ourselves and ordered. I went to go wash my hands and as im walking, this lady sitting on the next table asked me where we were from. Not knowing who she was I said we’re chabad. She answered that’s so nice… im rashi minkowitz and she introduced me to the people sitting at her table. We spoke a little and then asked me to take a picture.… Read more »

rashis letter in Sydney australia
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rashis letter in Sydney australia

a group of ladies from Sydney got together today to recite tehillim and share storeis and anecdotes of our memories of Rashi. We also read this letter written by Rashi( not knowing it was on Collive), having received it erev shabbos our time.IT has given us so much Chizuk. We were all so inspired by Rashi and Hirshy. May the families be comforted by Hashem with the return of Rashi bekorov with Moshiach now!

WOW!!!!
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WOW!!!!

very powerful!!!!

@ 11
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@ 11

wow.

Thank you
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Thank you

Very strengthening words. Obviously written by a powerful woman.

so powerful
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so powerful

wow! no words for me to say! so powerful, what an amasing person she is! may her neshoma have an eliya and may we be greeted by Moshiach now!!!

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