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Rabbi Bryn Always Helping The World

 

 

If you ever met Rabbi Dovid he touched your soul in some way. He was one of the 36 Righteous People that are the Pillars that hold this world up. The Kolel Ha Rav Dovid Bryn in Tzfat Israel is dedicated to his memory and is open for the purpose of spreading his teachings. We hope for those that join that never met Rabbi Dovid Bryn we will be able to help you learn more about him. Once a year we have a gathering here at the kolel in Tzfat, Israel for an experence that visitors never forget.


 

Rabbi Bryn Loved Judiasim

 Reb Dovid loved his people, loved his religion and Torah and loved G-d. He had so much love that his body could not hold it. He was born with an abundance of love. He was always of uplifting spirit. And it was obvious to those that study the human body, that Dovid's had difficulty containing his love. His heart, filled with love and care for all, was always bursting. He knew it and we knew it. Some might be troubled by the precariousness of constantly living on the edge of existence, but Dovid's overflowing care for others left no room for worry for his own well-being.
“If he could breathe, then he would talk to others about G-d's good, the beauty of a Mitzva, or life's bright spots. If he could walk, then he would go to share life with others and show positive perspective as it should be seen. If he could drink, then he would toast L'Chaim to all things positive and constructive. If he could sing, then he would. If he could do, then he did. He showed strength not owned by men who appear stronger. He showed love that is only written about. He lived a full life of treating others as one would treat themselves. He did and lived 120 years of good in a third of the time.
”When I will need an example of the unrelenting power of love, I will think of him. “

Rabbi Bryn Made The World A Better Place

 

I just found this page. I am proud to say I knew Dovid Bryn when we were kids and were going to scholl together at Landow Yeshivah in Miami, Florida. Everyone who met Dovid benefited from his intelligence and knidness. The world became a better place through Dovid being part of it.

 

My Friend Rabbi Bryn

  we were close in yeshiva together....a very special soul that we miss

Rabbi Bryn An Honored Person

 

Truly a great and humble man. A tragic loss but a great honor to have been touched and inspired by him. We should all aspire to be as big of a mensch as he was.


He was always in our lives

The Rabbi Dovid Bryn, of blessed memory, was at my wedding on January 14, 1996, and at my daughter's baby naming on October, 6 1996. He also visited me when I was in the hospital, very ill in July, 1994. He was always in our lives, and was and always will be greatly loved and respected. He filled my family's life with love, good energy, and Torah and was an amazing person, Rabbi and friend. He always had a smile on his face and there was nothing that couldn't get accomplished with his warmth, and his great, positive attitude and amazing energy towards life.

Share a Memory

We are gathering memories, comments and anecdotes of Rabbi Bryn. If you or anyone you know has anything to contribute please share in the comments below. We would love to hear your thoughts and recollections.

Happy Rabbi Bryn

 

What can I add that has not already been said? Only that Rabbi Brynn never took himself seriously....His easy laugh and the twinkles in his eyes evident even through the thick lenses.

Rabbi Brynn loved to sing famous songs and put his own words to them. ie "Country Road"  Rabbi Brynn would sing loud and clear his own lyrics to that melody and would get a kick out of including whoever was in front of him to sing along.He was truly a good man with a Gutta Neshama  of blessed memory .....G d Bless his soul.....

Rabbi Brynn was  happy and fulfilled when he could help others. Rabbi Brynn never told you he was to BUSY. Rabbi Brynn never TURNED HIS BACK on you or anyone in NEED. Whether it be of physcial help, or emotional support. Rabbi Brynn was never to TIRED to LISTEN and ANSWER countless questions, or VISIT his congregants and non-congregants alike. There were never enough hours in a day to complete Rabbi Brynn"s  "MITZVAH RUNS ".

G d blessed Rabbi Brynn with a gift so precious, to be able to connect with people of all walks of life,races and religion....and G d blessed us all for knowing Rabbi Brynn. I know he touched my life and my families life in so many ways and I still quote Rabbi Brynn on many occasions.

But most of all I will always remember Rabbi Brynn liked to enjoy life sing and dance and not sweat the small stuff.

His easy laugh and the twinkles behind the thick glasses.

Rabbi Bryn A Hero

 

Rabbi Bryn: " I really wanted my Autistic Son to have a Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Bryn made it happen- it was real - it was wonderful and it made a centuries old tradition available for  my jewish male,who got to become a  jewish man. I was so proud of my son and my religion and will always be grateful to Rabbi Bryn for what he gave me and my son"

here is the photo again June 17,1998- Joshua Lawrence Bar Mitzvah


Rabbi Bryn

 

We just remember him coming to our house on Sunday morning as he knew our son and his band , 57 varieties, were practicing in the garage.

Each one of the kids and the fans had to put tiffilims.

Andres Sawicki, Gabriel Groisman, Martin Lerda, Izzy Lekach, and (Eli pls.) Bejar will always remember him

As well as all of us who were fortunate to know him.

The Accepting Rabbi Bryn

 

Rabbi bryn was a person who loved and accepted everyone for themselves   He had the gift to c the good in a person and then show to him   

He lived in the present moment with complete faith. He loved and accepted everyone he met. He was the best friend to hundreds

Rabbi Bryn The Comedian

 

Rabbi Bryn had a very good sense of humor.  One day I asked him a very simple question that had to do with a parsha of the Torah.

Even though he new the answer to the question, he prefaced it by saying why don’t you ask me an easier question?  He always had a smile on his face and answered any question with the enthusiasm and curiosity of a child.


Positive Rabbi Bryn

 

The Rabbi Dovid Bryn, of blessed memory, was at my wedding on January 14, 1996, and at my daughter's baby naming on October, 6 1996. He also visited me when I was in the hospital, very ill in July, 1994..he was always in our lives, and was and always will be greatly loved and respected. He filled my family's life with love, good energy, and Torah and was an amazing person, Rabbi and friend. He always had a smile on his face and there way nothing that couldn't get accomplished with his warmth, and his great, positive attitude and amazing energy towards life.

My Brother Rabbi Bryn

 Hardly a week goes by that someone doesn't tell me an uplifting story about my brother. Ten years later, his memory is as vibrant as ever because of his many good deeds.

Caring Rabbi Bryn

 

Rabbi Dovid Bryn was concerned about every individual despite his own physical ailments and disabilities. He had this amazing capability to connect with all sorts of people regardless of their age or background. He would connect to people in a most deep way. Within seconds of meeting someone they were talking together as if they were old trusted palls. It was his sincerity which was so disarming.

 

On a communal level he was a true visionary. He zoomed in on the needs of the community and went strait to work.

 

Rabbi Bryn was a true friend to me as he was to thousands of others.


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