This week I have two stories for you, the first about a desperate father calling Rabbi Chaim Drizin erev shabbos to help find his daughter and the second about a Cossack’s horse and Reb Mendel Futerfass in the Gulag. To my loyal listeners, I only realized after spending many hours editing that I’d already recorded this story. After hundreds of stories, it was bound to happen. My apologies if you’ve heard it already.
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