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Our Rebbe Shlomo lives on.  The influence of the tzadik in our world is even greater from the next world, the world of truth.  Shlomo, thank G-d, has left us a great heritage.  During his 70 incredibly full years he spent hundreds of thousands of hours reaching millions with his teachings. Fortunately, many of those hours were recorded.

 

This book brings a small sampling of some of his teachings.  They are being transmitted to us by a young man who was raised from birth in the home of Shlomo Chassidim.  His efforts give great nachas [satisfaction] to his family and his Rebbe, Shlomo, ZT”L.  It was completed in a miraculously short time, with the bracha of the holy Amshinover Rebbe.  The Amshinover is widely quoted as saying of Rebbe Shlomo: “I’m envious of his place in the World of Truth.”

 

Shlomo was a giant of a hidden tzadik.  He gave so much to so many. And now they, in turn, feel inspired and impelled to carry on his great work of loving all of G-d’s creations and drawing people closer to Torah.

May we all carry our share, may this little book carry its share, and may we all joyously experience Messianic times in our lives.

 

Joshua H. Ritchie, M.D.

 


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poor man came to the house of an elderly couple. Unfortunately they had nothing in the house to give him except an old piece of fish “from before the time of Noah’s Ark and the flood.” Out of desperation, they served him this fish and the next thing they knew he had to be rushed to the hospital. The elderly couple, of course, accompanied him to the hospital but, unfortunately, watched him die in front of their eyes.

At the funeral the elderly woman was crying uncontrollably and her husband was having a hard time trying to console her. She was hysterically screaming, “The fish killed him, the fish killed him.”

The husband who couldn’t stand to see his wife in such a state comforted her and said, “My darling, it’s really not that bad. We had the merit of fulfilling three good deeds: Welcoming guests, visiting the sick, and escorting the deceased!”


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