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What is The Price on a Life?

From the COLlive Inbox: Malki Rodal writes, "When do we say that fighting for the life of our husband and father is a price too high to pay?" Full Story

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Thank you!
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Thank you!

Wow amazingly written!!! Thank you malkie!

So true!
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So true!

Can’t agree more

Brought me to tears
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Brought me to tears

This article literally brought me to tears. Although I already donated a large sum, I will donate again beyond my imagined capabilities. We cannot stand on the side as our sister bleeds.

May we only share Simchos from here forward!

#OneLastHug

Crying
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Crying

I’m literally in tears.
ND we are all thinking of you constantly and ready to help whenever you need.
– a cousin

A Shliach Outside America
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A Shliach Outside America

This may be one of the most moving, touching and inspiring fundraising appeals I have ever seen…

I never met Rabbi Zalman but I have been touched to the core by his story, his smile and his desire to be a top partner of the Rebbe…

To the family: you must make it through this “with flying colors”, it will be the biggest proof that you are connected to Rabbi Zalman…dont let the yetzer hara have an inch

One last hug
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One last hug

If every person would make a point to get 10 of his or her friends to donate to this urgent campaign, we will reach the goal in no time!
Everybody take a few minutes from your break, and go through your contacts, and pm people to donate

This is but a small token of appreciation for what r’ Zalman has given from himself for others.

Wow
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Wow

This was such a beautiful and meaningful article. Idon’t know who the author is but thank you so much for sharing and for writing your name as well. May we only share simchos.

DLH
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DLH

Malki, so beautifully written, so heartrendingly painful.

So true and well written!
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So true and well written!

Thank you. Moshiach Now!

Twice
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Twice

Already donated and will donate again

It's not for me to say...
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It's not for me to say...

Perhaps Rabbi Baras’s long chassidishe years are now given over to all his family, students, and those who have learned from him, who have now decided to conduct their lives and lead their famillies according to the true chassidishe path. Imagine, without Rabbi Baras, some yunderleit would have chosen to live a more modern lifestyle (as described in the article written last week), now with Rabbi Baras’s influence they have commited themselves and their (future) families down a more chassidishe path. All those years of this new changed attitude and one’s families years, with a potential lasting effect for generations,… Read more »

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