Monthly Archive: June 2012

A Legacy of Giving: Honoring Our Late Founder, Grand Rabbi Yekusiel Yehuda Halberstam, the Klausenberg Rebbe

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Lev LaLev Honors the Late Founder of the Rubin-Zeffren Children’s Home Grand Rabbi Yekusiel Yehuda Halberstam, the Sanz-Klausenberg Rebbe, of blessed memory, on the 18th anniversary of his passing 1905: Rudnik, Poland – 9th of Tammuz, 1994: Netanya, Israel On the shores of the majestic Mediterranean Sea, the Rubin-Zeffren Children’s Home stands as a living …

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First Days at the Orphanage

Sisters at the Home celebrate together with loving support and friendship

I receive Google alerts. One of them is for “Israel girl orphanage”. It often does not result in many posts, but yesterday I was alerted to the following article: An Orphan in Pre-State Palestine The Israeli film industry is growing in popularity, and this latest film by well-known Israeli film connoisseur Dina Zvi Riklis, entitled The Fifth Heaven, is a period …

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Guest Post: 3 Gifts For A Charitable Soul

With gifts it’s all about the giving. Well it might not be when we’re young but it certainly should be by the time we reach adulthood. If you’re looking to give a gift that will benefit as many people as possible supporting one of these charitable projects is certainly the way to go. Giving has …

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Abracadabra: A Heart is Healed

  It’s easy to see why this headline I saw last week compelled me to read the entire article: Abandoned Teen Dawn Loggins Graduates from Homeless Custodian to Harvard University An abandoned girl scrubs toilets while becoming a top student and candidate for Harvard University. Just how amazing is that? Those of us who have …

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