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Tuesday, 20 Tammuz, 5779
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    Tefillin Gift’s Long-Reaching Power

    A student writes of the long-reaching effects of a gift of Tefillin from Rabbi Shmuel Eisenberg, back in the 1980's. Full Story

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    BH
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    BH

    Lovely

    Tzaddik
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    Tzaddik

    Shmuel Eisenberg (Sam) is a Tzaddik in the full sense of the word. I know him for many many years. Does his magic with humility and dedication to any Jew, no matter who. I’m sure there are dozens such unknown stories due to his kindness and Yiddishe heart.

    May the One Above continue to repay him in the fullest measure.

    FL

    tefillin
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    tefillin

    Wow-Amazing what one person can accomplish with one not-so=simple act-There are many lessons we can all learn from this.I had tears in my eyes as I read this.

    Beautiful
    Guest
    Beautiful

    ty so much for sharing this story

    Beautiful
    Guest
    Beautiful

    Lovely lovely words.
    Ty

    Not Surprised
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    Not Surprised

    Rabbi Eisenberg had a way of doing out of the box things that have tremendous impacts on all levels. He knew how to get each of us (and we were a colorful group) into what was going on in the class.

    A talmid

    Fun rebbe
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    Fun rebbe

    I remember him as the best Rebbe of our “Cholim” class. We were the biggest trouble makers in yeshiva and he was given our class of misfits. He was fund, earnest, and we actually learnt something.

    Remember the story of the 9th man on the team that Moshe Yess sang? Rabbi Eisenberg was that rebbe!

    Member of Cholim class ’88

    How ver nice
    Guest
    How ver nice

    I am a 74 year old Noahide lady.
    I just love reading all these wonderful things.
    Hashem, bless you all and all others too.
    Anon

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