PHOTO: Part of Tzava’ah released gives glimpse into the Gadlus of Reb Zeev Rothschild Zatzal

The family of Reb Zeev Rothschild Zatzal released to TLS a part of his Tzava’ah which was read during the Levaya.

See the portion released below.

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  1. we all know that under other circumstances the oilam would have requested some divrei hisorerus and would have posed a shaila if it is permitted to disregard this part of the tzavaah for the sake of toeles harabbim but it seems that the niftar had the siyata dishmaya to have things go his way just as he had siyata dishmaya in many things throughout his life

    libayi inish rachmai ad zibula basraysa

  2. This giant was a true tzaddik.

    people should shed tears over his petirah every tear shed on this Adom Kasher will bring Mashiach closer.

    The majority of his Chesed will only be known once Mashiach comes as he was a tremendous tznuah

  3. I’m totally speechless. I knew R’ Zeev only peripherally & would see him around, on rare occasion. I would nod to him, he would nod back.
    I had no inkling as to his greatness.

    Yehi Zichro Boruch

  4. What an astronomical loss! He was an incredibly unique individual, who adhered to every word a gadol would utter. He bent himself backwards to refrain from being the face of his immeasurable chesed. I heard years ago from a major gadol how much R’ Ze’ev has done for the klal, and can just imagine how much more he done in the years since… Very very big shoes to fill!! We need the geula shleima already!

    With much Sadness,
    Y. B.

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