Dear Generous Donors,
Our family wishes to express our tremendous gratitude for your extremely generous donation for our dear son’s Bar Mitzvah. We are a Torah family from Tzfat. My husband learns in Kollel and we’ve been blessed, Baruch Hashem, with 9 children.
Truthfully for us, just managing with the “day to day” needs and expenses is quite a struggle. Any additional expenses are about as intimidating as climbing Mt. Everest. In preparing the arrangements for our son’s Bar Mitzvah we are happily planning and organizing everything that’s needed for this special occasion with all the details around it-and, very honestly, looking constantly to Shamayim (heaven) that Hashem, in His tremendous chesed, will have compassion on us and on our son-that he won’t be lacking G-d forbid, anything that a Bar Mitzvah boy needs. Every little detail is a miracle.
When it was told to us that you yourselves are also making your own Bar Mitzvah at this time, we were so touched that within being so occupied with all the needs and preparations of your own simcha, you are still focused outwardly on the needs of another Jewish family and what you can do to help them. It’s such an incredible example of “Loving your fellow Jew as yourself”.
May the beautiful Jewish values which you exemplify and Ahavas Yisrael, which you embody, be deeply instilled in the hearts of all your children and an inspiration for your dear Bar Mitzvah boy in his beginning his path in serving Hashem. In the merit of your tremendous mitzvah of Tzedakah, Hashem should bless you and your family with all bracha-health, nachas, joy and closeness to Hashem. Hashem should guide you and protect you and fill your home with peace and the light of the Torah, Tefilla, and Mitzvos. You should be blessed spiritually and physically and you should have tremendous nachas from your precious Bar Mitzvah son and from all of your children.
A sach Yiddishe nachas (great Jewish nachas) and a huge mazal tov!
With deep appreciation for your great chesed,
A Tzfat Family