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Hearing your Soulmate

Do you know what it means to love somebody? To love somebody means that even if they don’t say anything, you can hear it too. I want to bless chosson [groom] that, whatever your kallah [bride] wants to tell you, you should be privileged to hear it, and let it sink deep, deep into your heart. And kallah, whatever your chosson wants to tell you is only one billionth of what he really wants to tell you….

The Silent Yell

It’s unbelievable. Rebbe Nachman lived 200 years ago, and he is still around. So someone asked Rebbe Nachman, “How loud do you have to yell when you pray?” And he said, “You have to yell so loud, that no one can hear you.” May every chosson and kallah hear each other yell so loud, that only you can hear each other. And I want to bless you that you should always hear your children when they yell so loud that nobody can hear them except their parents. And may you be the ones to hear them. And isn’t G-d yelling so loudly all the time? You know why we say Shuva Yisroel? You know what a Jew is? Someone who can hear G-d yelling so loud that nobody can hear it.


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Once there was an old man who was on his deathbed. He turned to his five children and said, “Please, before I die, run to Mama and bring me one last piece of her delicious cake.”

The five children ran desperately to fulfill their dying father’s last wish. Finally, after what seemed like an eternity to him, they returned with the news: “Sorry, Dad, but Mama said she’s saving the cake for after the funeral.”


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