Ashreinu ma tov chelkeinu!
How fortunate we are, to be a part of the whole Jewish nation.
Atem nizovim hayom kulchem, is the parsha always read before Rosh Hashana.
The posuk says that when we are “kulchem” – together, then we are nitzovim, standing strong individually on the “hayom” The Day of judgement, Rosh Hashana.
Thank you, Rabbi S.B. Hecht for heading the Vaad, and for being involved every step of the way.
Thank you, ALL the Vaad members for giving countless hours of your precious time to discuss how you could help.
Thank you, Lipa Brennen for jumping in and helping us in our continued effort to get through this trying time.
Thank you, Reb Pinchas Lipshutz for your true ahavas yisroel for a yid you never met. Putting aside any external differences you not only personally gave life-saving chizuk, you also were mefarsem to klal yisroel the need for support in a manner of mesiros nefesh.
In response to all the work and pirsum, yidden from all walks of life and from so many different cities are giving their support both materially – with funds needed, and spiritually – with teffilos for myself and my family.
Such unity is a force that will achieve its goal, Be’ezras Hashem, and Hakadosh Baruch Hu will grant us a kesivah vchasima tova, and the nitzchon that I need will come about.
Thank you personally and individually for your tefillos and support through this fight for life, and in defending myself from the many forces of evil.
For years, Hashem has blessed me and my family to be able to help others in whatever they needed, with warmth and caring and a friendly smile.
There was a special interest to help individuals- any Jew- those that were not represented by large organizations. When this help was given, there was no public recognition. There was the relieved smile from the person in his/her time of need. It was simply the mitzvah of azov taazov, and lo yucal lehisalem. That is what we are taught in the Torah.
I thank you, all my brothers and sisters, that are helping me now, in this fight for my life, brought upon me and my family by those who seek only harm. I want to tell you that, the response from yidden, from so many communities who are sending money so that my very basic legal defense can be made successfully, is a great chizuk.
More important are the brochos and tefilos that accompany the funds.
Hakadosh Baruch Hu sees the earnest brocho and tefilla from all the yidden and is answering our brochos and tefillos with a kesivah and chasima tova leshana tovah umesukah, where I will be zakai bedin and merit victory in all my legal battles.
To all dear fellow yidden, I wish a ksivah vachasima tova leshana tova umesuka.
May we see all the Rebbe’s amazing brachos, in a revealed way.
Ani asisi, va’ani esah, va’ani esbol VAAMALET.
Shalom Mordechai Rubashkin
Financial support is still sought. Donations can be sent to the Pidyon Shivuyim/Legal Fund at 824 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11213. For a direct payment – click here