Seeds of Kindness: How One Small Act Impacted the World

Anyone can count the seeds in one apple, but only God can count how many apples are in one seed.

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Comments (8)

(6) Angelica, August 12, 2018 2:04 AM

I absolutely love this.

(5) Ari, August 5, 2018 2:58 PM

Amazing story

Amazing story, My Rebbi told me this nearly 30 years ago. It was not only the community in Hamilton that was impacted. Rabbi Green then went on to impact a young man ( probably many more) who then went to Yeshiva, became a Rebbi and then a prominent principle of a large yeshiva who has since impacted Thousands of talmidim. I too and my children owe alot to Sam Bukovetsky. " Only G-d can count the apples in one seed...)

(4) Anonymous, August 5, 2018 8:24 AM

Wow, that was so beautiful.

Thank you for the story, and for reminding us that we never know... We never know the good that can come from a single act. Wow, you made me cry :-)

(3) Anonymous, August 4, 2018 6:36 PM

seeds of kindness

would be most appreciative if you have any information as to the source of this info./ story
sam bucovetsky was my father's brother, an uncle of mine
thank you

Ari, August 5, 2018 7:50 PM

Contact me

aargoldberg@yahoo.com

Anonymous, August 7, 2018 4:55 AM

That is unbelievable. Such an honor for us that you have watched this video about your uncle. He was a truly righteous man. This story is often told by Rabbi Daniel Green; the son of Rabbi Mordechai Green from the story. Rabbi Daniel Green, took over for his father as the Rabbi of Adas Israel Synagogue in Hamilton.

(2) Florence, July 31, 2018 11:09 PM

This was beautiful tribute to a wonderful giving person.

There should be giving people in this world

(1) Bracha Goetz, July 31, 2018 10:38 PM

YES!

 

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