Yahrzeit of Rav Nachman Bulman, zt”l

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5 Responses

  1. Netanel Livni says:

    May their memory be a blessing

  2. Lipman says:

    Ad bias hagouel!

  3. Edvallace says:

    Toby,
    I actually knew your father zt”l and can testify to what an exceptionally wonderful person he was. He inspired me in so many ways and his memory continues to inspire me. I once brought him in to speak at a women’s event and the women were tremendously inspired by his words. He was exhausted and wanted to end the evening but they refused to let him go. They asked him questions for hours and hung on to every word.
    Yehi zichro Baruch!

  4. David Shawel says:

    Toby,
    From those of us who think of your sainted father as our spiritual grandfather (I was a young boy growing up in Newport News, Virginia when my family learn from your father) the connection between us is truly l’maala min hateva. I have learned in well known yeshivos in the United States and in Eretz Yisroel and been meshamesh with very respected rabbonim throughout the years, however the essence of Yiddishkeit was seeded within me as a young boy by your father and continues to nourish me each and everyday of my life.
    As I turn fifty today on the twenty-six day of Tamuz I have taken upon myself to light a Yartzeit candle and say kaddish l’zechar nishmas, Moraynu V’Rabbaynu Harav Nachman ben Reb Meir Bulman, ZT”L.
    May your fathers memory continue to be a blessing to your mother, sister, brothers, entire family and to us all.

    Sincerely yours,
    (Rabbi) David Shawel
    Dallas, Texas

  5. Leah H says:

    Toby,
    I echo your sentiment: “Three years have passed and my longing to talk to my father again has only increased in that time.” Whenever I have an interesting challenge before me, I often ask myself, “What would the Rav advise here?” Unfortunately, I’m not tuned into the answer.

    May he be a meilitz yosher for you, your family and for all of Klal Yisroel.

    Kol tuv,
    Leah

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