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In loving memory of Avrohom David

AVRAHOM DOVID LIBEROW - A True Soldier in the Army of Hashem.

Avrahom Dovid is the seventh child of Rabbi Zalman Liberow and Rebbetzin Chani Liberow. We learn from the Rebbe that to be the seventh is very speciale. The Rebbe tells us that the seventh generation, OUR generation, is responsible for welcoming and working to bring Moshiach. In fact, the time, the Rebbe said, of Moshiach is NOW. But it is up to us. Each Mitzvah we fulfill brings the geula closer. Each mitzvah can tip the scales.

Avrahom Dovid, like his parents Rabbi Zalman and Chani, and brothers and sisters, lived each day guided by the one purpose to prepare himself and the world for Moshiach.

In school, Dovid was a friend to all. He created a pencil gemach for classmates who were in need and dedicated himself to maintaining it. Dovid encouraged his friends; he did not compete with them. When playing a game with a friend, he played not to win but for the sheer fun of it. Dovid’s heart was light and joyful. On Shabbos and Yomim Tovim Dovid sang and danced with his whole heart. His voice could be heard above everyone’s, which brought a smile to everyone. Dovid lived the Rebbe’s words each day. Dovid lived as a true soldier in the Army of Hashem and his dedication serves and will always serve as a shining example to us all.

~ By a friend of the family

Pleae join us in writing a Torah of Unity in honor of our dear son Avraham Dovid and Pesha Leah

 

 


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