Lost and Found: An Inspiring True Story for These Times

One lost tuition payment and the power of empathy.

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With thanks to Rabbi Paysach Krohn for telling this story.



Comments (7)

(7) Valery Carter, September 21, 2020 8:15 PM

According to Halachah, I believe that if one finds money, he can keep it. It was good of this guy to try to find the one who lost it.

(6) Иван Райков Кадурин, July 25, 2020 4:06 PM

Money

Dear God bless my best wishes for the future past present and let me have Your funds

(5) Rhonda Stock, May 10, 2020 5:13 PM

What Good Jews Are About

Beautiful video. I loved it. It was clearly all set up by Hashem that the boy should have left the envelope on the walkway of exactly the man who most needed it and then the man at the school should give the father the money. Also, I love that the father didn't reprimand his son for "losing" the envelope.

(4) Anonymous, May 8, 2020 5:26 PM

Befutiful story

Nice to see someone paying it forward. Thank you for sharing this gteat story of humanity.

(3) Fran Kemmer, May 7, 2020 8:01 PM

Filled me with hope

This is one of the gifts along with the pain of this virus

(2) Prof Asher J Matathias, May 6, 2020 5:09 PM

Misdirected loot ...

B”H If this doesn’t make one breakdown in tearful gratitude that such souls exist even during the worst of times, we might have lost more than our temporary loss of faith in our faulty national Government. The appeals arrive regularly, for an additional, or earlier delivery of regularly-promised donations; reaching to vulnerable family members to aid and provide needed succor, or simply to take stock of the people who think we are. Let’s care, empathize, share more, for, in the final analysis, more than the accumulated lucre, is the kindnesses we are known by! With fraternal affection, Asher ???????❤️

(1) malka, May 5, 2020 9:02 PM

wow

absolutely inspiring! thank you rabbi cohen:)

 

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