Inspiration of the Month

Losing 500 Pounds: Confessions of a Compulsive Eater – Teves 5780

Yechezkel, a 65-year-old Chicago native, says he was born a compulsive overeater. At his top weight of more than 700 pounds (318 kilos), he wanted to die.

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Disabled IDF Soldier Broke Marathon Record with Prosthetic Leg – Teves 5780

Eitan Hermon lost a leg in the Second Lebanon War and was told he'd never run again.

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From Ethiopia to Israel: Sharon Shalom’s Epic Story – Kislev 5780

As an 8-year-old boy, Sharon Shalom crossed the Sudan desert to the Red Sea to realize his dream of reaching Israel where he became the first Israeli-trained Ethiopian rabbi.

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A Miracle Girl’s Bat Mitzvah Speech – Kislev 5780

Goldie Shuman was born with FD, a rare genetic disorder, and lives by the grace of G-d and a team of medical professionals. Watch and be inspired by her incredible bat mitzvah speech, Leave your mazal tov wishes or personal message for Goldie in the "comments" field below the vido, and they will be sent to her..

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Rare Kindness: Kidney Donor Donates Liver – Cheshvan 5780

Among a handful of dual-organ donors, New Jersey rabbi saves a man’s life

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Operation Exodus: The Chabad Effort that Saved 1800 Iranian Jewish Children – Cheshvan 5780

Forty years after the Iranian Revolution, recalling an unlikely and unheralded story

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The Double Amputee Who Skis and Plays Soccer – Tishrei 5780

Yinon Cohen lost his feet, but not his determination

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Bob Dylan and Me – Tishrei 5780

Click here to read about the relationship between Louie Kemp and Bob Dylan

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A Survivor of Iraqi Horror – Elul 5779

Elisha Cohen’s family was the victim of unimaginable terror under Saddam Hussein. But he survived to tell the world.

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To My Son Who Was Born Unable to Breathe – Elul 5779

When little Mordy was born on Sivan 22, June 8, 2015, in instead of hearing the sound of a crying baby, hysteria was heard in the delivery room as the doctors struggled to gain access his airways, as he couldn’t catch his breath. A tube was placed down your throat, and he whisked away to the NICU. He was placed in an incubator with many tubes, wires and monitors

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