How can you keep smiling when tragedy strikes… twice?
In this episode, Yisroel Besser talks with Yossi Hecht; media personality, author, musician, cancer survivor and husband about his incredibly inspiring life story. They discuss the ways that Yossi was able to harness and exude an incredible simchas hachayim despite losing his ability to walk and the devastating loss of his mother shortly thereafter. How was Hashem Yossi’s shadchan? Who usually gets pesicha d’neila of Yom Kippur in Rabbi Bender’s Shul? And how do you pronounce Dovi Safier’s name?
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Aiming to facilitate the exchange of ideas and values between the varying streams within the Orthodox Jewish world, among them the Hassidic, Yeshivish, Sephardic, and Modern Orthodox communities, publisher Eli Paley and editor Rabbi Moshe Grylak launched a phenomenon: Mishpacha magazine.
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