Tefillos for Harav Avrohom Chaim Levin Shlita

tehillimPlease be Mispallel for HaRav Avrohom Chaim Levin shlita, the Rosh HaYeshiva of Telshe Chicago, who was hospitalized on Friday with a respiratory condition.

His name for Tehillim is HaRav Avrohom Chaim ben Sorah Menucha.

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  1. anyone ready to join together for a day of teshuva, kinnus & taanis? anyone ready to return to Hashem so we can save this great tzaddik’s life & not need him to be a korban for klal yisroel C”V. The RAMCHAL in Sefer Derech Hashem quotes, when klal yisroel is in a state of Sinning R”L, suffering & pain may be imposed upon a tzaddik as an atonement for his entire generation. In doing so the Tzaddik is raised to a level of leadership in Gan eden.

    may this not need to happen. we need our tzaddikim to guide us.

    May he have a refuah shleima very soon

  2. I am always puzzled by the comments calling everyone to do Teshuva and etc. Why is it that anytime a tragedy hits Klal Yisroel, R”L, or in this case, a Rosh Yeshiva gets sick, we always hear comments from fellow Yidden who feel they need to preach to others about doing Teshuva, fasting,and etc? Let each one preach to himself first! Let him say some Tehillim instead! These comments are so old! Of course, each one of us cares and shares pain with those in Tzaros. But let’s not be so harsh on others and giving reasons for these Tzaros. We have Gedolim, B”H, who are leading and guiding us what to do in these very difficult times. Leave it up to them! You go and say Tehillim and worry about yourself first.

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