A quick reminder to help now asap

Good week with a great story to inspire us today!
2 brothers unite with Tefilin at the Kotel after 70 years… read stories in the comments…
And wanted $20,000 for 28 barmitzvahs boys still awaiting there Barmitvah now.

Thanks to the kind generous friends out there who inspire us all daily with there kind deeds and inspirational stories , this is great time to live inspired… u 2 !!! Think Jaffa Institute, Think Tikun Olam (repairing the world) and Tzedakah (justice and giving). Join us: www.jaffainstitute.org and donate generously after reading below http://www.jaffainstitute.org/online-donations-to-the-jaffa-institute write in comments eli friends …

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About Midnightrabbi inspired aka Eli Goldsmith

Eli Goldsmith aka the Midnightrabbi inspired, is originally from a well-known family, in the music biz and entertainment industry, from London, has transferred his upbringing and talents to be at the cutting edge of culture and Jewish talent hosting events for many programs. He studied in England at John Lyons School Harrow, Woodhouse College and Sussex University! Continuing his education in Israel, Talmudic Law and group council at Ohr Somayach, Kollel Aiza Birah and Kollel Boston, in Derech Hamelech and Rabbi in 6 well-known programs where was named honorably the Midnightrabbi by the beloved students themselves, He has rounded off his outlook with a large breath of wisdom including the "7 habits" from Stephen Covey to become the “10 habits” practical business successful approach. Working as a Consultant in the well-known Charity for 4 years, the Jaffa Institute and sister program the Bet Shemesh Educational Center is where he honed his talents in management and formed a bond with many special people worldwide. Recently working as a Consultant and Office manager of UKA United Kashruth Authority. And as a Counselor at Retorno a REHAB center. Eli was excitedly consulting @Grantwatch.com, Hiko.Energy.com & Campuscasa.com as Customer Service & Sales Executive updating their Social media, @Student Services at MJI Institute. Eli Goldsmith is looking for new opportunities to inspire, alongside performing successfully as a Customer Service Executive at Nu Mark LLC. Eli contributes to HR and training with CX talks and positive professional feedback. Speaking in front of large audiences with confidence and inspiration. Eli is dedicating his spare time to the Future Special Education. This is the key to the root of the issue in Education! Partner with Founder of Unity Inspires Projects aka UPI! Unityinspiresprojects@gmail.com & for consultancy & speaker :) Eli G for your phone specialists Customer Service Manager - eligcellularisrael@gmail.com

3 responses to “A quick reminder to help now asap”

  1. midnightrabbi says :

    from @Gutman locks
    Pictured above are two brothers who had never seen each other before this day. The one on the left is 73 years old, and the one on the right is 69. The older brother was born in Rumania right before the holocaust, and the younger brother was born in Russia.

    When the war began, their father was separated from his wife and his young son. He never saw them again. The father managed to escape to Russia. It was known that no people, with the exception of the Germans, were as involved in the massacre of Jews as the Rumanians.

    “There were instances when the Germans actually had to step in to restrain and slow down the pace of the Romanian murderers because they were moving too fast for the German bureaucracy.”[i]

    The father assumed that his wife and son had been killed.

    A few years later, the father remarried and had the younger son. Sometime after the war the father died, and after many years of wandering, with the help of an aunt, the younger son was able to immigrate to Canada. In the meanwhile, the father’s first wife died, and also after many years of wandering, the older son managed to immigrate to Israel.

    In Canada, the aunt told the younger son that his father had had another son who most likely was killed in the holocaust. This fascinated the boy and throughout his life he wondered if, in fact, the brother he had never seen could possibly be alive. He searched and searched and after many years, with the help of the internet, he was able to trace down his older brother.

    This day, the younger brother came to Israel to meet his 73 year brother whom he had never seen. The Israeli brother suggested that they come to the Kotel to thank G-d that they are both alive and have met. They put on tefillin, stood in front of the Kotel, held hands and thanked G-d for saving them alive and bringing them together. When I took this picture, the younger brother said, “This is the brightest day in my life.” They went through terrible years of difficult exile. And what did they learn? They learned that instead of weeping over the 70 years they lost, they are better off rejoicing over the few years they have left.

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