August 29, 2007

Surgery Update, Gedalya Aharon Zvi Ben Rochel Faiga

Filed under: What can we do? — Reb Moshe @ 2:09 am

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The baby is recovering now from the surgery. They had to do more then originally expected. Opening the skin down his chest besides just on his arm. It is quite painfull as a father to know ones 2 year old has scaring and will need physical theripy to recover. My wife walks him around the mall next to the hospital and outside in the Tel Aviv heat.

I tried to distract myself and other kids by visiting Tiberias. We went on a boat ride and ate ice cream together.

4 Comments

  1. B”H
    I am so happy Reb Moshe, that your son is recovering from the surgery. When I look at my children and think that any harm could come to them
    (G’D Forbid) I want to throw myself to the ground in tears. May all our children be safe!!!
    peace,
    ere avrum

    Comment by Ere Avrum — August 29, 2007 @ 3:05 am

  2. oy.

    how do the other kids take it all?

    Comment by Asa Yitzchak — August 29, 2007 @ 5:08 am

  3. B”H
    May Hashem continue give Gedalya Aharon Zvi Ben Rochel Faiga a complete refuah shlema of body, mind and spirit. May Hashem bless the doctors and therapists with exceeding chessed and chockmah. And may Hashem bless you and your family with much parnasa and shalom bayis.

    As a father of five small children I connect deeply to your fatherly love, and the pain your feeling in your heart. You’re a good man and a great rabbi. By your merits and example, your children and students are truly blessed by Hashem.

    Kol Tov,
    Michael ben Avraham

    Comment by Ralph Michael — August 29, 2007 @ 8:23 pm

  4. Michael ben Avraham Quotes:
    B”H
    May Hashem continue give Gedalya Aharon Zvi Ben Rochel Faiga a complete refuah shlema of body, mind and spirit. May Hashem bless the doctors and therapists with exceeding chessed and chockmah. And may Hashem bless you and your family with much parnasa and shalom bayis.

    As a father of five small children I connect deeply to your fatherly love, and the pain your feeling in your heart. You’re a good man and a great rabbi. By your merits and example, your children and students are truly blessed by Hashem.

    Kol Tov,
    Michael ben Avraham

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    OMAIN!!!

    Comment by Arle — September 11, 2007 @ 7:51 pm

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