Rabbi Dovid Bryn ZT"L - Chabad Chayil - Highland Lakes Jewish Center, North Miami Beach, FL
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17th Yohrtzeit

Shabbat, May 10-11, marks the 17th yohrtzeit of our beloved Rabbi Dovid Bryn zt"l, founder of the California Club Shul & Chabad Chayil. Please join us for a Special Shabbat Dinner with his original Shul members on Friday, May 10, where we will reminisce the good old days & be inspired to continue his legacy!

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Please also join us for a special Kiddush/Lunch in his memory Saturday, May 11, after services (Services begin at 9:30, followed by Kiddush at approximately 12:00).

You can also join us Sunday, May 12, 10:30am at Rabbi Bryn's resting place where we will pray together.

I look forward to seeing you soon,
Rabbi Moishe Kievman

PS We have 15 portions left to complete the new Torah Scroll in honor of Rabbi Bryn. If you would like to have a part of this tremendous opportunity see  RabbiDovidBryn.org  for details.

To co-sponsor the Kiddush or help his legacy continue go to  ChabadChayil.org/donate

If you can't make it to any of the yohrtzeit events, please do an extra Mitzvah in his honor.

Rabbi Dovid Bryn Z"TL

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.

Thank You!

Thank you for coming by the newly revised RabbiDovidBryn.org, which will be linked & integrated with the new facebook page . " Like " it & you will be updated as the pictures get uploaded and the site gets its updates. " Share " it and you will inspire others!

Enjoy the memories & get motivated to do something positive for another! Let's change the world for good, one Mitzvah at a time!