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15th Anniversary of 9/11/2001 - Shabbat Shoftim - For Those Who Changed The World Through their Bravery

Shoftim – September 11, 2016 - For Those Who Changed The World Through their Bravery Rabbi David Baum
Click here to listen to Rabbi Irwin Kula’s haunting reading (Sung to Aicha trope) “Honey.  Something terrible is happening.  I don't think I'm going to make it.  I love you.  Take care of the children.” “Hey Jules.  It's Brian.  I'm on the plane and it's hijacked and it doesn't look good.  I just wanted to let you know that I love you, and I hope to see you again.  If I don't, please have fun in life, and live life the best you can.  Know that I love you, and no matter what, I'll see you again.” I love you a thousand times over and over.  I love and need you.  Whatever decisions you make in your life, I need you to be happy, and I will respect any decisions you make.”
We are fortunate enough to live in an age where almost everyone has cell phones, and what I read you I just read were a couple of transcripts, sacred words, words of goodbye from victims of 9/11.…