UPDATE 05/15: We just had Bery’s wedding which has plunged us even deeper into our financially dangerous situation. Please, if you can spare, help an almanah take care of her children. Thank you so much and Hashem should bless you with endless brachos and happiness!
Gone. My husband, Rav Daniel Shushan, is gone. I keep repeating the words in my head but it doesn’t seem real.
Just a few days ago, we celebrated the happiest moment in our marriage– Our son Bery became a chosson. The next day was friday, and Daniel led the Shabbos meal in that special way that only he can, with leibedik zemiros, and then learning for two hours after the meal. When he went to bed, I suddenly noticed he was showing symptoms of heart attack.
I pray that you will never know anything like the experience I had on Sunday, holding the hands of my little children, as they watched their father be buried.
I would be lying if I said I wasn’t scared, scared for the future. I don’t know how I will raise nine children, how to make Bery’s wedding, alone. I am asking for your help. I am now a mother of nine on my own. I am a secretary, and my salary alone could not possibly cover our expenses. On top of all that we have a chasuna approaching. I do not know how I can carry this burden without him.
Hashem should bless you with health, a long life, bracha, and success. Thank you.
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