Los Angeles Rabbi Encourages 59 Good Deeds (Mitzvot) For The 59 Las Vegas Victims by the Forward

Los Angeles Rabbi Encourages 59 Good Deeds (Mitzvot) For The 59 Las Vegas Victims

Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn, rabbi and dean of the Yavneh Hebrew Academy of Los Angeles, called for a campaign that “challenges each of its community members to fill the next 59 days with 59 good deeds”.

In a letter to school parents and members, Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn wrote:

The campaign even includes a chart for children to write down their good deeds day by day.

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Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt

Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt

Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt is the Life/Features editor at the Forward. She was previously a New York-based reporter for Haaretz. Her work has appeared in the New York TimesSalon, and Tablet, among others. Avital teaches journalism at Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women, and does pastoral work alongside her husband Rabbi Benjamin Goldschmidt in New York City.

Los Angeles Rabbi Encourages 59 Good Deeds (Mitzvot) For The 59 Las Vegas Victims

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