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(7) Joyce, April 16, 2012 5:30 PM


Mazal Tov to you and the members of your family!!!

(6) mordi, April 1, 2012 6:25 AM

mazal tov shraga to you, Karen, and auntie bobbie. a great day for the whole family. Enjoyed your visit. Hag Sameach! Mordechai.

(5) Ruchi Nachman, March 30, 2012 11:31 AM

Mazel Tov, Mazel Tov, Mazel Tov!

I looked at the picture of your grandson, he's beautiful, B"H. He promises to be a great source of nachas to you and to Klal Yisroel, BE"H. May he have many long years in which to shine brightly and fulfill his promise. I love the name, too. Kishaim shenichnas labris, kain yikaness l'Torah, l'Chupah, ul'Ma'asim Tovim. All the Best and Mazel Tov again

(4) Lisa, March 30, 2012 1:27 AM

Boys Rule!!

Enjoy every second of this cute little bouncing baby boy ...because as you know , in a blink of an eye, you'll be buying him a set of teffilin!! Mazal Tov!!

Inbar, April 5, 2012 6:27 PM

mazal tov!

May all your children and grandchildren live long lives and come with their days!

(3) Anonymous, March 29, 2012 9:06 PM

If words are an expression of great sensitivity and love, then Rabbi Simmons is the epitame of such love

If the world, plrase G-d was filled with men like Rabbi Simmons, peace and goodness would prevail,

(2) Yaakov Novograd, March 29, 2012 6:26 PM

Mazal Tov!

The above principle "happens" to echo in today's page of Rabbi Dr. A. Twerski's "Wisdom Each Day" where he quotes Rav Chaim Shmuelevitz z'l who tells the story of Chana who appreciated the appropriate answer to her prayer for an "average child" when she subsequently gave birth to an "average" Shmuel who became a prophet & as great as Moshe and Ahron. May your grandson -- and all of us! -- grow up to realize such potential. (Much thanks to Ed, my partner-in-Torah, without whom I probably wouldn't be regularly studying this great book.)

(1) Michal, March 29, 2012 4:44 PM


It was nice to read a little more about the Brith and your happiness. I agree with your father, that we should not set a limit on any childs growth. Why should he not become like Rabbi Yehoshua?! How do you call him? Noson? Is that not in normal Hebrew "Natan"? The second name is of course especially dear to me, as it was the name of Eli, my husband z"l. I am so happy with Miriam, and I can understand, that it has been moving today for all of you. May the little new "Jew" be blessed, to become great and a very famous Torah Scholar! But most important is, that he will lead a happy life in Hashems presence. Alles Gute, O p a !


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