In honor of Rabbi Aharon Aberman
And with him the wonderful people, directors of Lev Malka organization
I don't go to write and I'm excited and thrilled the pen is dry and can't express but the heart is congested and overflows it slides on the paper and speaks from itself. We were traveling on Wednesday and Thursday, the first and second candles of Hanukkah, I didn't have time to learn the Midrash and Hanukkah stories, but I saw the miracle. I saw Beiti a lit violinist who in the morning was lying in the hospital bed in pain and receiving a dose of morphine to relieve the pain and that same day in the evening I already saw the candle turn into a torch burning fiercely laughing with pleasure at the sight of a ball bouncing off the head of a craftsman and enthusiastic about a magnet bearing her picture and admiring the followers of Sert Visionitz Cossack dance
And when I saw the change in mood and feeling, it floated before my eyes. The Gemara Tractate of Vows, page 2 of Khe Atarev Dimi said: Whoever visits the sick - causes him to live, and like the act of Rabbi Akiva who came and visited his student who was sick and when he finished, his student Rabbi Hayatani said to him! And it is clear to anyone who observes that just as there is no exaggeration in other things in the Gemara, this Gemara understood simply makes him live!
You are blessed to have won this!! May God help you that you will be able to continue and act, to continue to help revive and encourage sick children out of wealth, happiness and blessing in all that you do