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Comforting the Mourner (Nichum Aveilim)

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What we say to a mourner and how it provides comfort.
The Torah's guidelines for mourning are sensitive to and appreciate what the mourner needs during this time.
A Personal Message from Rabbi Gordon
When Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon lost his mother, his online students responded with an outpouring of their condolences. At the conclusion of the shiva (seven-day mourning period), Rabbi Gordon recorded this message in response to the thousands who wished hi...
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On occasion during the 1950s, Rabbi Yisroel Gordon served as the Rebbe’s driver. He recalls some of the wit and humor that he witnessed.
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