PHOTO: Upon learning of the success of Rav Elyashiv’s surgery early this morning, Bachurim from the Ponovez Yeshivah took to the streets in dance and song, thanking Hasehem. The Bachurim sang ‘Chasdei Hasehm…’ and ‘Ki Orech Yamim..’ for close to an hour.
Rav Elyashiv, who is around 100 years old, underwent a heart surgery yesterday evening to correct an artery leading to his heart.
The surgery was performed by Dr. Daniel Clair, a renowned vascular surgeon from Cleveland, OH, who was flown to Eretz Yisroel for the surgery. Photo credit: Shmuli Hartstien.
ITS NOT AN ARTERY. AN ARTERY DOESN’T LEAD TO THE HEART. VEINS DO.
Actually, the coranary artery does lead to the heart!
these bochurim didnt just get out of bed to celebrate, they said tehilim consecutively for 4 hrs till they heard the good news!
Both arteries and veins lead and are connected to the heart. The difference between them is that arteries carry blood away from the heart to parts of the body while veins carry blood from parts of the body back to the heart. They all lead to the heart
Hodu L’Hashem ki tov ki l’olam chasdo!
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