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A Letter to My Baby in Heaven
Dear Neshamal'e , decided to write you. I wanted to begin with 'My Neshama'le or 'our Neshama'le, but mainly you are His Neshama'le...
Lessons From Our Baby's Life
I remember crying and saying to my husband, that in a way it was a merit to have met such a holy neshama (soul). We don’t know why G-d does anything. But I am sure that He heard our prayers and tears, and watched with amazement...
My wife is still completely devastated. She talks about what happened on a regular basis, and I still catch her crying...
Question: Recently I gave birth to a stillborn baby. Did my baby go to heaven? Did he even have a soul? Why did this happen? Answer: I'm so sorry to hear about the passing of your baby. Losing a child is heart-wrenching. I wish there was something I could...
I awoke suddenly with a strange feeling of dread. Momentarily I felt as if I could not move my legs and it began to dawn on me. I had been raped...
I didn't feel any pain, even though there wasn't even enough time to give me much in the way of anesthesia. I could see her, but I hadn't yet heard her...
The Zohar explains that proper burial in the ground is conducive to the resurrection process and a reflection of belief in the resurrection of the dead.
I didn’t want to hear that my gargantuan loss was just random. I needed to believe that there was meaning to it.
Babies who are stillborn are named, and in the case of a boy who did not make it to his circumcision, circumcised as well.
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