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Aaron Biren’s 2nd Yarzeit


Thursday, 18 Shevat is the second yarzeit of Aaron a”h, beloved son of Leah and Tzvi Biren.

Please do a mitzvah in the zechus of Ahron Moshe a”h ben Tzvi v’Leah n”y.


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  1. Hamakom yenakhem etekhem betokh shaar avelay tziyon viyrushalayim. Our son’s second yahrtzeit is in two weeks time. May his neshama have an aliyah. Marlene Behrmann Cohen

    1. Amen. Thanks for your message Marlene.
      I found this yarzeit very hard. It’s like the reality has set in and really missing him.
      I understand what you must be going through.
      With you in your pain.💟

  2. May his Neshoma have an Aliya.May all his family feel & know that he is in the safest most protected place.
    He is so happy we need to show how happy & what incredible Emunah we have that his job was done on earth& he flies high with the Rebbe & all the Rabbonim that went before & after him
    May our physical eyes, heart ,& Neshoma “see”

  3. he looks like such a good person
    may you have a measure of comfort and he should have an aliyah neshoma

  4. At the essence of every soul is trust in Hashem. Wherever our souls travel from this world they are free to delight in the good of our Creator without the burden of physical existence. May your son find constant joy wherever his heaven is and may he be blessed to look at you and bring closeness and blessings from the highest heights. May your darkness turn to light.
    -Ruti Rosenbloom

  5. May the Neshama of Ahron Moshe a”h ben Tzvi v’Leah have the highest Aliyah in Shamayim in the Holy day. Know that he is watching over and davening for klal Yisroel.

    1. Amein❣️Thank you for your beautiful words of chizuk and comfort and hope reminding us to completely trust in the Almighty and accept Hashem’s will.
      Ain Ode Milvado.💟

  6. Leah !
    May your dearest Neshamale of a son, Aaron Moshe A”H , get a bright and huge Aliyah…
    And I love to do a mitzva for our kids who appreciate in ways we dont underestand…

  7. Leah,

    The second yahrtzeit is so hard sometimes. The way I would describe it is that it is when our mind realizes that we are in a marathon, not a sprint. I am therefore sending you deep deep hugs and wishes for a lot of strength now together with the gentleness to just let yourself ‘be’ in all this. May Aaron’s neshama have only higher aliyot from all that you are and all that you do.

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