Baruch Dayan Ha’emes: R’ Aharon Krauss Z’L

candle mediumBaruch Dayan Ha’emes: We regret to inform you of the Petirah of R’ Aharon Krauss Z’L, a 27 year old father of 1 who was was Niftar this morning following a 3 year illness. R’ Aharon, originally from Eretz Yisroel, spent the last 3 years in the US seeking treatment for his illness, and resided at Washington Square.

The Levaya will be taking place at 12:00 PM at K’hal Zichron Yaakov (Rabbi Gissinger’s Shul).

He will be flown to Eretz Yisroel for Kevurah on Motzei Shabbos.

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  1. Bde this family shold just have the strength to move on. And to shmuel and his wife what you have done for this family is over and beyond .

  2. When a tragedy of this magnitude hits klal yisroel there’s always three things that must be addressed. The first to be ‘mishtatef ‘in the pain of another yid – one cannot imagine what this family is going through. And second to strengthen our ‘emunah’ in H-shem and realize that after all is said, it only happened because that was the rotzoin of Hashem and that everything Hashem does is for the good. And thirdly one has to be very careful not to speak negative or badly about Hashem that how could he to this or even to say every day another tragedy or what’s next, as if to imply that all is bad and all is wrong c”v. WHEN A PERSON IS A TRUE PERSON OF FAITH & TRUST IN HASHEM. HE GETS TO BE THE HAPPIEST PERSON IN THE WORLD. This is a nisayon for the family in bitachon & emunah in hashem (just like aharon hakohen when his children died he was quiet & had faith in Hashem…). If its not possible for a person to pass a test from Hashem he is not given the test. Its a time like this that one has to remind oneself of all the ‘hatovah’ and all the chesed that H-shem does for all of us ALL the time.
    Every person has a job to fulfill in this world. now the father has done his job & is ready to go to the olam ha’emes (true world) may his neshama have an aliyah & your lives be filled with only Simcha.

  3. While the above message was mostly for the parents
    people being Niftar at young ages or in strange ways R”L are all wake up calls to klal yisroel that we only care about ourselves, but when it comes to helping/caring for another yid then i cannot help you.
    with that being the case, each time tragedy strikes Hashem has the same question-for each person separately-now you have woken up, now you are crying at this baby’s levaya R”L but when we hear of someone else in tragic cases… we dont care. hashem then wants to know if we will wake up now to help others or do we need another tragic WAKE-UP call from hashem C”V-rigt here in this town-to care for one another?

  4. Reb Ahron, we will miss you greatly. Always a smile, no complaints and a nice word was always present. We need Yeshuois. Have us in mind.

  5. aaron was a very good friend of mine for many years …i just got back from watching him get burried in har menuchos …one thing that is very important to me was the fact that he always smiled and was always possitive even during his last few weeks he was still convinced he would see me in israel soon …i hope that everyone could grow and live to be as possitive as he was

  6. Aharon was such a positive young man! He was such an inspiration for everyone around him. During our own grief he managed to come to Michigan to pay us a visit with his wonderful brother in law. We will miss him deeply, but we will also remember his strength! Our love goes to his wonderful wife Sora and his daughter Ahuva and the rest of the family that he has left behind.

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