Levi Yitzchak Wolowik OBM, the nine-year-old son of Rabbi Zalman and Chanie Wolowik, directors of Chabad-Lubavitch of the Five Towns, was just 9 years old when his soul was suddenly returned to its Maker during his sleep on a Shabbos night in the winter of 2009.
Levi was a child who shared his zest for life with everyone he met. He was especially close with his family, and was a caring and devoted friend to all—classmates and community members alike.
The 20th of Kislev of this year was the 13th birthday of Levi, his Bar Mitzvah.
Click Here to watch ”Levi’s Legacy” a music video tribute.
Rabbi Shmuel Schneersohn an elder chasid and Mashpia from Yerushalyim sings to the tune of the Nigun kown as the “Beinoni” the advice of the Baal Hatanya Rebbe written in Perek 41 of Sefer HaTanya on how to prepare ourselves for prayer, study of Torah and performance of Mitzvos.
The “Beinoni” is knows as the Nigun Rebbe Rayatz of Lubavitch as it was one of his favorite. It was composed by the Chosid Reb Aharon Charitonov of Nikolayev.
The term “Beinoni” is the name given to one who constantly strives in his service of Hashem. He struggles against his selfish drives and always wins the battle. But unlike the righteous man, his Yetzer Hara is alive and well, and he must continuously fight it. The melody called The Beinoni reflects this struggle. Hence Reb Shmuel adding the words of Tanya Perek 41 to this tune fits rather well.
In Honor of the RCCS live auction to be held today, Yoely Greenfeld releases a brand new Music Video with the song “Balaichtungen” which captures the plight of a father to a sick child that goes around collecting signatures and words of encouragement by random people as they put it down on the paper that the father will eventually present to his son.
Directed by Danny Finkelman, Sparksnext Director of photography: Sean Sinderbrand
Actors: Father: Shai Wiener Son: Gedalya Rauch Doctor: Ari Pfeffer Barber: David Chazan Associate Producer: Tzvi Waldman Musical production: Leib Yaakov Rigler Script by: Tzvi Waldman Edited by: Sean Sinderbrand Composed by: Noam Kamelhar and Michoel Pruzansky Lyrics by: Motti Illowitz Choir by: Yedidim Co Produced by: Simi Davidowitz
An 11-year-old boy saves up his money for two years to buy a LEGO train set only to find out it isn’t being made anymore and is now a collectible, completely out of his price range.
Rabbi David Rubinfeld of the Melbourne Hebrew Congregation wishes you a happy Chanukah.
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