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Will Miscarried Babies Be Resurrected?

Stump the Rabbi: We know the dead will be resurrected during Techiyas Hamaisim in the times of Moshiach. What about miscarried and stillborn babies? Video

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Ad mosei?
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Ad mosei?

I hope this brings comfort to those that have experienced this. May we merit to have moshiach come right now and we can be reunited with all who we have lost.

Thank you!
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Thank you!

Thank you so much for featuring this video! I found it of great comfort, being the mother of an only child who “only” had miscarriages after that.

Also, many may not realize that “childless” couples have often had one or more miscarriages. In Olam Haba, they, in my opinion, will merit to walk in special realms where most of us do not merit to walk.

MOSHIACH NOW! GEULAH SHELEIMAH NOW!

Informative
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Informative

Thanks for posting. I love this series

A nefel has no neshomo
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A nefel has no neshomo

That’s why there is no mourning, no kaddish, nothing. Because it never had a neshomo in the first place.

Wrong!
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Wrong!

In Sanhedrin 91b, Rebbi accepts Antoninus’s argument that the embryo has a neshamah from “the time of pekidah” (when the egg is fertilized, or maybe even earlier – see Rashi there). And you think you know better?!

Not exactly.
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Not exactly.

There’s no mourning period for a baby who was born but lived its entire life in an incubator, either. Does that mean it had no neshama? No, of course not. (Unfortunately I have 2 friends whose babies spent their lives in NICU incubators, and did not make it.)

שפגל ירושלים
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שפגל ירושלים

Tremendous?

Nice to know
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Nice to know

So when Moshiach comes we’ll have six kids instead of our current three. This would not have made me feel better a year ago, but now (after B”H I have a new baby) it does.

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