Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Videos: Holmin Rebbe Meets Rav Rami Levy and 15-Year-Old Natan

These are over a month old, but I just noticed them.


At Tue Dec 29, 11:46:00 AM 2015, Blogger Neshama said...

Natan looks a little older and healthier than he did in the first video. However, I don't see a kippa? Didn't he become a baal teshuva? I am unable to understand the Ivrit so I don't understand the conversations. No subtitles.

At Tue Dec 29, 12:01:00 PM 2015, Blogger yaak said...

He's wearing a kippa.

At Tue Dec 29, 01:09:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could it be translated in english for those of us who do not understand Hebrew?
Thank you.

At Tue Dec 29, 01:42:00 PM 2015, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or could you give us the tl;dr version?

At Tue Dec 29, 02:04:00 PM 2015, Blogger yaak said...

I didn't watch the entirety of the 2 videos, but the main idea is that the Holmin Rebbe is praising both Rav Levy and Natan and said that what he worked on for spreading Emunah in 50 years by distributing his various Torah CDs, etc. - Natan achieved a greater feat in this one video (i.e. the original one) with the hundreds of thousands of views. In the second video, Natan repeats the entire story.

If someone watched them and wants to add more information, please comment.

At Wed Dec 30, 10:20:00 AM 2015, Blogger Itzhak Drahy said...

Amazing to see in these video the second miracle, that looks more natural than the first (the story of the boy, what he saw , the fact he came back to life etc...), but very much frequent and at my sense bigger: since all this happened to him he started to learn seriously Gemara, and take care not about what he says but how he speaks. Since three months only he spoke like a streetboy, who experienced a spiritual revelation at the highest level but was a great holy soul disguised as a streetboy. Look how Torah learning smoothes a person in a very short time! Personnaly the story impressed me, frightened me and drove me to uncomfortable reflexions about my own life, but the way I felt what Torah learning did to him impressed me no less and gave me great encouragement. May G-od redeem us berahamim gmurim and soon, very very soon.
Itzhak. Yerushalaim.

At Thu Dec 31, 01:33:00 AM 2015, Anonymous Avraham Wagshal said...

What is confusing for me is the medical aspect -- i.e. why would a healthy teenager with an apparent viral syndrome suddenly have a near death experience -- the only thing I could think of is that he has the Brugada syndrome -- a genetic mutation that affects cardiac ion channels and during a fever can cause transient cardiac arrest -- it seems worthwile to have him perform an EKG which can diagnose the Brugada syndrome even without a fever.
(it can also run in families as a gnetic mutation)


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