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Eulogy; Obituary

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Practical Parshah—Chayei Sarah
Abraham’s response to the loss of his wife, Sarah, teaches us how to properly honor those who have passed on.
It seems there’s always so much good to say about those who have departed. But wasn’t the deceased, like all others, a human being? Did you really think that he was so perfect yesterday?
A Tribute to My Aunt
Death came suddenly, giving no opportunity for final words of parting. He felt he had to speak for her, as his last gesture of love...
General Doron's Eulogy for His Son, Eran
From that terrible war that took my brother, Eran, you brought us to another war, a difficult and cruel battle that we had never before experienced. You taught us the most powerful lesson of our lives.
It's not very often that a person gets to see, printed in a newspaper, how he will be remembered after his death. One man did, and what he saw horrified him...
A eulogy honors the deceased and celebrates all the beautiful deeds and qualities he or she possessed. Why is this not done in Chabad?
Poetry of Yehoshua November
The Yiddish professor whose funeral fell on the same day as the synagogue rummage sale.
Dad, he thought, your time is coming, and I can't get out of this straight-jacket you put me in. There are words that are locked in my heart and will not form on my lips. Fifty years and we're still strangers...
How did a boy who never spoke a single word bring about such powerful feelings and emotions, and are we capable of translating these emotions into a significant legacy?
While sitting Shiva for his wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushkah, the Rebbe is visited by Rabbi Simcha Elberg. They discuss the burial of our matriarch Sarah.
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