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The Art of Silence

Reflections on the Recent Passing of Raizel Zucker, 39, a Mother of 8, Followed by Q & A

1 hr 20 min

Class Summary:

Rabbi YY Jacobson giving the inaugural class for the "Learning For Raizel" series of weekly classes, in the Memory of Raizel Zucker A"H, 39, a Mother of 8.

This class was presented on Wednesday Evening, 26 Iyar, 5780, May 20, 2020

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    miriam hefetz -3 years ago

    in view of the recent tragedy in meron.... i was looking for some answers .Thank you, rabbi YY for providing, via this class, the answers to questions that I am sure many people are asking  .Even though it was given a year ago, it was so apropos.  m. hefetz, yerushalayim.

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    Chaim -4 years ago

    Very inspiring

    Wow, this is so inspiring. Thanks for guiding us through these tought times.

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    Cipi -4 years ago

    Your class l’illui mishmash Raizel last nite
    Captures the Neshama of what we need to survive and thrive in this new reality that we unfortunately find ourselves in. If there’ is one refuah people need now - it is to listen to this shiur and live with it.!
    Yasher Koach..

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    Sara Metzger -4 years ago

    In Memory of Raizel

    I’m so grateful for the message you gave tonite, Rabbi YY, that there is no way to wrap ourselves around what many of the things that happen in this world, deaths, sickness, suffering. Thank you for not trying to explain that there is an obvious  explanation.  I guess it comes down to G-d doesn’t make mistakes. HE knows what HE’s doing. The story of the Klausenberger Rebbe and the lesson from Aharon about silence were amazing. Thank you! Thank you also to Raizel’s family and friends for having us all share in this experience. May G-d console all of you among the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Ha’makom yenahem etkhem betokh she’ar avelei Tziyonvi’Yerushalayim/

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    Tirtzah weisz -4 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    When I go and daven at a person's kever am almost embarrassed as I feel like they can see through us and perhaps I am doing stuff in my life incorrectly. I feel like they have fulfilled there purpose and they are so pure and I have not yet. Please can tabby yy comment on this. Thank you

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    Rivka -4 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Are illnesses or misfortunes a consequence of our mis doing or actions? Thann you so much!

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    yered lieberman -4 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    With the resurrection of the dead in the days we have outstanding prophecies about, will all who merited Olam Haba be ressurected?Wouldnt the Jews& Israelites end up outnumbering the Gentiles

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    Faiga.G 347 985-6513 -4 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to send charity. Please tex me how? Thanks

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    • Anonymous -4 years ago

      https://www.charidy.com/zucker/23140

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    Jared(Yered) Lieberman -4 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    What should we do with our firstfruits in modern times to sanctify them regarding the omer

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    Moshe -4 years ago

    Yasher koach for this idea. BDE

    I watched this brave woman struggle with her illness the past year. Always a (weak) smile. Hashem should give Berl, who himself with his sibs, was orphaned of a mother at a young age, the strength to carry on and raise these kids. Yasher koach  to Cheskie and Rochel Litzman who opened their house to this family this past year, or longer, packing in some 25+ people. 

       Raizel should be a melitz yosher for her family, for us all and demand that  Moshiach come down already so all can be swiftly rejoined. 

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Tragedy, Death & the Afterlife

Rabbi YY Jacobson

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