In response to the brutal murder of Shluchim to Mumbai Rabbi Gavriel and Rivkah Holtzberg HY”D, thirty yeshivas from around the world, in all time zones and on all continents, are joining together to take on good resolutions in their memory.
Each participating yeshiva is divided into groups, and each group takes on a collective hachlata – good resolution. These resolutions will join thousands of bochurim in a joint effort to spread goodness and light where there is darkness.
“This initiative fits every bochur, wherever he is holding, so all can join,” says one of the organizers. “Anyone can form a group, even if not in a yeshiva. Friends can get together, make a positive hachlata together,” he says.
“When Moishele, Rabbi Holtzberg’s orphaned son, grows up, he will ask what the response to his parents brutal murder was. Was it said to be sad and quickly forgotten, or were lives changed because of it? Were the terrorists sucessful in dimming the light or did the world respond with a more powerful one built through achdus yisrael?”
The following is a partial listing of the participating yeshivos:
Oholei Torah Mesivta
South Africa High school
If there are any yeshivos that would like to join, please email [email protected]
A blog has been set up for more information on this project.