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Two Kids Need Your Help

Two Kids Need Your Help

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Please pray for the speedy recovery of:
Tehila bat Bracha
Rafael Dovid ben Bracha



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Published: November 18, 2006


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Visitor Comments: 8

(8) Fernando Ocumarez, April 2, 2007 5:45 AM

Dear Rabbi Solomon,
My family, my congragation and myself will be praying for this beatutiful family. This message should not only reach the Jewish community, but also those who have a heart, those who have feelings for others; Remember, we all come from the same G'd.

(7) Anonymous, February 19, 2007 10:01 PM

Please daven.

I'm crying. I'm actually crying--really sobbing. You see, I met Tehilla Grunberger. This Shabbos was the St. Louis Convention, where girls from several small out-of-town Bais Yaakovs all have a Shabbaton together with the BYSL girls. I was one of those 100+ girls. And while there, I met Tehilla.

She is so amazing. I can't tell you what a wonderful person she is. She has been through so much pain, suffering, and trauma--but you don't even see it. She speaks about the accident with a sense of humor, laughing about the things she said while still disoriented. She told me, "I'm not crying for me, I'm crying for my brother. I cried so hard yesterday for him." [Refael Dovid, B"H, just came home from the hospital.] And she's not. She's not questioning Hashem at all. She has such bitachon, such simcha. She was so sweet and friendly and nice, so genuinely looking out for other people, always helping out with whatever was needed over the course of the Shabbaton without even being asked, so down to earth and normal yet so far above us. If this is Tehilla not 100%, I want to meet her 100%. What I have heard is that among the problems that remain, it's difficult for her to concentrate and focus on things, she has a much shorter attention span, and she's very uninhibited--she says things without thinking, which was not her before the accident. She also needs improvement in the areas of decision making and judgment.

Anyone who is reading this: Please, please, daven for this special person. I said at the beginning that I was crying, and I really am. I'm not an emotional person by nature and I can't remember crying over an illness/sickness/injury before, I really can't. But Tehilla is different. Their family is different. Please daven. I know you don't know her, you can't feel towards her the way I do, but daven anyway, and know that you are davening for a truly amazing girl.

(6) Anonymous, January 15, 2007 12:25 AM

An inspiration to connect to Hashem

Prior to viewing this video, I had been struggling with my connection with Hashem through formal prayer. I live in an Aish community and heard of this familiy's accident. Your plea to do something on behalf of a refuah shelaimah for these children hit me hard. The next morning I got out my siddur and davened through shemonah esrai, something I had not done before. And the whole reason was so that my prayers could perhaps be a part of these children's healing. Through His mitzvos, Hashem gives us opportunities each day to grow spiritually closer to Him. Your words and emotions towards this family reached a part of me that was finally ready to take on this responsibility towards Hashem. May these children have a refuah shelaimah, may their parents be comforted by the cries of our prayers for their kinderlach, and may we all continue to strive for closeness with Hashem. Thank you for helping open a gate to Shemayim for me. I have great Hakoras Hatov to you.

(5) Anonymous, December 28, 2006 6:57 PM

Update

Hello,

I just wanted to let everyone know that the Grunbergers are doing well. Tehila is back at home and even attending school for some of the day. Thank you for your tefillos!!

(4) Anonymous, November 20, 2006 2:14 PM

Yes!!!

Dear Rabbi,
I was so touched by this request that it brought immediate tears to my eyes. I tell you this, not gain approval from you , but to tell the family stand strong for we Jews are standing for them and saying many Tehillim for theses precious children.

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