A new project is being launched to keep alive the memory of those who passed away during the coronavirus pandemic by encouraging everyone to do at least one extra mitzva for them.
A new project is being started to keep alive the memory of those who passed away during the coronavirus pandemic by encouraging everyone to do at least one extra mitzva for them.
The project, launched by Tzvi Eber, aims to add light to the world, which experienced so much darkness over the past year.
Klal Yisroel and our community suffered the loss of many dear friends, relatives, and loved ones, during this pandemic and the pain is something that takes time to heal.
But as far as action, what our response is, we have to realize that those who have passes away, the one thing they don’t have anymore, are the hands and the feet to be able to do mizvos in this world.
So we who are still here and still have bodies, owe it to them to do mitzvos, even one extra mitzva, to give them their presence here in this world, to still be involved in perfecting this world and bringing moshiach to this world.
A new project is being launched to encouarage people to take upon themselves hachlotos or mivtzos in memory of those who passed away from COVID-19.
Just write your name and mitzva or hachlata and email it to [email protected]
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