Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Stroke

Lack of activity due to recovery from major stroke.
Please daven for the refuah shelima of:
Daniel Reuven ben Esther 

29 comments :

  1. JOE_THE_PROFESSORMay 17, 2017 at 7:37 PM

    Refuah Sheleimah! The Jewish Community needs people like you who see the truth about the danger to this country - and to Israel. It was mildly disturbing that Trump thought of the Western Wall as part of the West Wall; i it is West of the Jordan. His blabbering about Israeli-sourced intelligence to Russia was disastrous.

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  2. Garnel IronheartMay 17, 2017 at 7:56 PM

    Refuah sheleimah b'karov!

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  3. Wishing you a refuah shleimah.

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  4. I wish Rabbi Eidenson Shlit'a a refua shelaima b'mehaira.

    I regret having challenged Rabbi Eidenson, on several occasions, in strict harsh attacking offensive sort of language. Just because a person has a blog and makes provocative discussion, does not mean that his feelings (and his blood) are hefker ch'v, to permit insulting language. We commentators are, for the most part, anonymous people and don't get offended, but the blog owner is a known person. Additionally, he is a talmid chacham, and offending him on the blog is probably a level of mevazeh talmid chacham r"l. Now in light of what happened, I have realized this and I deeply regret it and I have decided not to do so anymore. I ask mechila for this.

    I also would like to make people conscious of this, and ask everyone to decide not to insult this blog owner, or any other.

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  5. May you have a refuah sheleima, very, very soon, amongst all the cholei Yisroel.

    What is your name for tefilah?

    Many people were worried about you.

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  6. Speedy refuah shelaima

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  7. Baba Bathra 116a:
    “R. Phinehas h. Hama gave the following exposition: Whosoever has a sick person in his house should go to a Sage [Lit., wise (man), a scholar and saint] who will invoke [Heavenly] mercy for him; as it is said (Proverbs 16:14): The wrath of a king [God's visitation] is as messengers of death, but a wise man will pacify it.”
    Proverbs 16:12-16:
    “Wicked deeds are an abomination to kings, For the throne is established by righteousness. Truthful speech wins the favor of kings; They love those who speak honestly. The king’s wrath is a messenger of death, But a wise man can appease it. The king’s smile means life; His favor is like a rain cloud in spring.”
    The Malbim says on “The king’s wrath is a messenger of death, But a wise man can appease it”
    חמת מלך מלאכי מות ואיש חכם יכפרנה, החמה היא טמונה בלב, והתגלותה להנקם נקרא אף, והנה חמת האדם הדיוט אינה מסוכנת כי א"י להנקם תיכף, אבל המלך כשיתעורר חמתו הוא המלאכים ששולח המות, כי בחמתו ישחית רבים, וצריך לבקש איש חכם אשר בחכמתו ידע לכפר עון ולהשיב חמה, ויש לה מליצה על חמת המלך העליון שעוררה מלאכי מות, ואיש חכם יכפרנה כמו פינחס השיב את חמתי וכו' ויכפר על בני ישראל, ויאמר להשמידם לולא משה בחירו וכו' להשיב חמתו מהשחית:
    The Malbim gives 2 examples: Pinchas in “Phinehas, son of Eleazar son of Aaron the priest, has turned back My wrath from the Israelites by displaying among them his passion for Me, so that I did not wipe out the Israelite people in My passion” (Numbers 25:11) and Moses in “He would have destroyed them had not Moses His chosen one confronted Him in the breach to avert His destructive wrath” (Psalms 106:23).
    We pray for a full and speedy recovery to Rabbi David Eidensohn, Daniel Reuven son of Ester.

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  8. Refuah Shleimah!

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  9. Refuah Sheleima.

    There I was, attributing the lack of activity to the readership protest against the focus on Trump related articles.

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  10. Oy! Refuah Shelaima B'Karuv

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  11. ברכות להחלמה מהירה!!!!!!

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  12. Refua Shlama Bkorov

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  13. May Hashem grant a refuah shleimah b'karov to HaRav Daniel Reuven ben Esther.

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  14. Yechezkel HirshmanMay 21, 2017 at 10:05 PM

    רפואת הנפש ורפואת הגוף בתוך שאר חולי עם ישראל, בב"א.

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  15. Refua Shlaima, i wish you a full and speedy recovery.

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  16. Refuah sheleimah b'karov!

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  17. Lawrence PhilipsMay 23, 2017 at 11:28 PM

    Refuah Shleimah!

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  18. flower_drum_songMay 24, 2017 at 9:31 PM

    Refuah Shleimah

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  19. רפואה שלימה בתוך שאר חולי ישראל.
    Your fearless love of truth is sorely missed and IMHO should be missed by all, regardless of the reality that thinking people will not always agree in every instance on what constitutes such aforementioned truth.

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  20. Just found out. Refuah sheleimah b'karov!

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  21. refuah shleimah

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  22. Thank you for all you've done. I've learned a lot on your site.

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  23. Politically IncorrectJune 2, 2017 at 8:08 PM

    Refuah Sh'laimoh B'korov!

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  24. Refuah shelaimah b'karov!

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  25. רפואה שלימה בתוך שאר חולי ישראל

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  26. Although we have disagreed on a number of issues, it is milchamta shel Torah, which always ends es vahev bsufa. A refuah shleima bkarov. Yissurin are very difficult.

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