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The Passenger in Seat 1C

From the COLlive Inbox: Rabbi Shimon Posner, Shliach in Rancho Mirage - California, writes about the amazing encounter with a passenger on a San Francisco-Philadelphia flight. Full Story

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what is afrikaner?
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what is afrikaner?
Go Shimon
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Go Shimon

Way to go… Keep your articles coming!!

interesting!!
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interesting!!

really great article

beautiful
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beautiful

however a lot of it’s richness is lost in the typos wich divert the reader’s attention to minute details, if only they could be fixed

wow
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wow

this is a beautiful article with so much depth and real inspiration. Thank you COLLive for posting this. May we see many more of its kind

Etty
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Etty

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Hash-ga-cha-pra-tis....
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Hash-ga-cha-pra-tis....

Huh? 🙂

f.s.
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f.s.

A beautiful and deep thought well written. There is much to think about and hopefully, to cultivate. Thank you!

a afrikaner is i think
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a afrikaner is i think

i think a afrikaner is a african american! Yasher Koach!

really inspirational
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really inspirational

great tochen and written really well. thank you for that!

Wow!
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Wow!

I’m so inspired by your message, it was absolutely magnificent and truly a great article. you should write a book. i must admit this was extremely Inspiring! i am deeply touched, i am like elevated basically uplifted. i am truly in a diferent world….

Rabbi Posner
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Rabbi Posner

awesome article and very well written! Please keep up your great work and keep on inspiring those you come in contact with..you always seem to have great stories!! 🙂

to #4
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to #4

Stop concentrating on the grammar and spelling in the article and just enjoy . This was a wonderful, Hartzig and inspiring article…and gives us Chizuk to always look for the good in everything that comes our way.

pan
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pan

i would like to suggest that pan be spelled pahn.
good message in the article
thank you rabbi posner

wonderful
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wonderful

when my grandparents lived in rancho mirage, rabbi posner took great care of me when i went to visit them! a great shliach! thanks for this piece

hes my uncle!!! and sholoms my cousin!!
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hes my uncle!!! and sholoms my cousin!!

great article!! and an afrikaner is a south african

Afrikaner
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Afrikaner

An Afrikaner is a white South African of Dutch heritage and speaks Afrikaans. A Jewish Afrikaner says ” Ons wil Moshiach he nou!

malchus
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malchus

I wish my mashpiim would have explained malchus as well as you did…

to #9
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to #9

No, thats not what an Afrikkaner is. An Afrikkaner is a person from South Africa. They are of European decent, not African decent.

Thank you so much for this article!
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Thank you so much for this article!

Beautifully written and very inspiring! VeHachay Yitein El Liboy — We want Moshiach NOW!!!

thank you
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thank you

unfortunately was not able to come for cof bais shevat as I usally do (I had the merit to meet the rebbitzn and feel a special connection when i come)-feeling down and my hikarus is feeling it with added stress of family challenges -READ YOUR BEAUTIFUL CHASSIDIC DESCRIPTION OF THE REBBITZN with your beautiful stories intertwined and boruch hashem -has renewed my strength for the day-thank you so much please keep writing

GOOOODDDD ALMIGHTY!!
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GOOOODDDD ALMIGHTY!!

this thing blew me away!!! yashar koach!

Rabbi POSNER!!!!!!
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Rabbi POSNER!!!!!!

Encore!!! We want more!!!!!!

#4 - look at yourself
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#4 - look at yourself

If you will read your comment carefully, you’ll see you have a mistake, too. Remember – when you point a finger at someone, there are three pointing back at you!!!

to be able to explaim malchus with such clarity...
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to be able to explaim malchus with such clarity...

comes only from living it. A profound understanding of chassidus with a commitment to applying it on every aspect of our lives.
All this coupled with a tremendous siiatah diShmaia that proofs that when things are not about me but about Hashem, me being just a vehicle for Hashem, we are not ourselves anymore but a true expression of Hashem.
Rabbi yasher koiach. We should all strive to emulate this.

nice
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nice

i would warmly welcome more articles from this B”H gifted author.

wow
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wow

touching

literally cool!
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literally cool!

Thanks a ton for this…so amazingly put together…totally made my day!! 🙂 Thanks a mil Rabbi Posner!!

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