VIDEO: Baruch Levine sings special version of ‘Just One Shabbos’ for 300 Bachurim whose Bar Mitzvas will be held this Shabbos

World-renowned singer and composer held a conference call with approximately 300 Bachurim whose Bar Mitzvas will be held this Shabbos, and sang them this heartwarming song.

The conference call was hosted by Rabbi Paysach Krohn.

Lyrics by Yaakov Majeski.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Does anyone know if there will be something like this for the Vayikra boys? Just a thought but as a parent I think there should be. As much chizzuk as there was last night, my son was disappointed that it focused on vayakhail pekudei boys. I think it would go a long way for Vayikra boys to have something to give them chizzuk, mentioning their parsha too since they are just as disappointed and can use the same validation on how they are handling it all. A nice idea would be to have a call in every week for those boys who have to postpone or change plans. It’s just not the same as listening in when a different parsha keeps being said over and over. Or maybe it can be for all boys who’s bar mitzvah plans are changing- instead of mentioning just that week’s parsha. The boys take it totally differently when their parsha is mentioned by name as opposed as listening into something geared to a different group of boys

  2. Beautiful. Kol Hakavod R’ Boruch. It is amazing how even though everything has turned on its head, people are still thinking of others and understanding that while events may not go ahead as originally planned, we’re all in this together and are with each other in sprit.

    Good shabbos and Mazel Tov to all the bar mitzvah bochurim – and anyone else that has a Simcha this shabbos!

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