In his book Ahavat Chessed, the Chafetz Chaim quotes the Shela Hakadosh:
“One who bestows kindness upon the soul of a departed person certainly performs a great salvation and satisfaction for that soul. It is fitting to commemorate the soul of one who has departed by way of a testament – a mitzvah that will be established for generations.
At the very least, one should donate, in the merit of the departed, a book that the public can study from, with the name of the departed written in the book. In this way, every time somebody learns from the book, it provides satisfaction for that soul. This is something that I have seen done many times. May Hashem fulfill in our days the words, ‘Death will be obliterated forever, and Hashem our God will wipe the tears off every face…’ amen.”
These days we will be marking 30 days since the untimely passing of the son of our very dear friend, the pure Yerachmiel Daniel ז”ל, son of Gedale נ”י Fenster.
In commemoration of his soul, we are launching a special campaign to include anyone who would like to do something in his memory.
Several volumes of our edition of the holy book Likutey Moharan (in several languages) are currently out of print. They are sorely needed by the many people who are eager to learn and study the teachings of Rebbe Nachman.
With this new project, we plan to print b’ezrat Hashem a new edition of the missing volumes in memory of Yerachmiel Daniel z”l.
Every edition comprises 1,000 books. By joining, you can finance the printing of any number of books that you choose. There are a variety of options that can be made in up to 24 payments, making it easy for anyone to take part.
As of now BH there is over 3600 books was dedicated and you definitely could still join it to bring the light of Rebbe Nachman in the world for his Iluy Neshama
Click HERE and take part in this special mitzvah of bringing merit to the public in commemoration of the precious soul of Yerachmiel Daniel z”l.
For any question please contact Zvi Kramer at +1-845-845-8071
In the merit of this unique mitzvah, may we never experience any more pain or grief, and may we see the complete Redemption, speedily in our days, amen.