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Asharon Baltazar

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Trouble was brewing in St. Petersburg, and the Tzemach Tzedek immediately set to work to have the decree abolished.
It was an unusual job for a religious Jew, and his success aroused jealousy, even among his own artisans.
The driver’s mother didn’t say much, but half an hour before sunset she placed two candles on the table and lit them.
With time, the tailor turned gray and decided to travel to visit his daughter…
Reb Shalom’s daughter waited to be wed, but without a somewhat respectable dowry her chances of meriting a fine groom were virtually nonexistent.
“Please, Berish,” said the dying man, closing his eyes, “protect the menorah as though your life depends on it.”
Baila, an orphan adopted by Rabbi Levi Yitzchak and his wife, was marrying an exceptional young man who was also parentless.
"If you realize that the entire day you spend in the store is just so you can learn for one hour, you will never lose touch with the Torah.”
“Look outside. You see this wagon loaded with straw rolling down the road? Walking behind it is a Jew . . ."
Incensed by the jab, the son-in-law renewed his rant, which had now become personal.
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