WATCH THIS! What Happens When A Bochur In A “Capsule” Misses His Sister’s Wedding?

11

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

A yeshiva bochur in Wolfson Yeshiva in Jerusalem was mevater on attending his sister’s wedding in order to remain in his “capsule” and continue his learning until Motzei Yom Kippur.

As the kallah and her brother are yesomim, it meant even more to her than most to have all her siblings present at her simcha. The chassan and kallah decided they wouldn’t be mevater on sharing the simcha of their wedding day and they went straight from their wedding to the yeshivah.

The yeshiva bochurim – from behind their “bars” – fulfilled the mitzvah of “m’sameich chassan v’kallah with great enthusiasm.

JOIN THE TENS OF THOUSANDS WHO ALREADY ARE ALERTED OF BREAKING NEWS LIKE THIS IN LIVE TIME:

YWN WHATSAPP STATUS UPDATES: CLICK HERE to join the YWN WhatsApp Status.

YWN WHATSAPP GROUPS: CLICK HERE to be dded to an official YWN WhatsApp Group.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)




11 COMMENTS

  1. Today’s bochurim are GIANTS!
    Wow, miss a sister’s wedding so as not to miss yeshiva!
    Amazing!
    That doesn’t take away from the ridiculous way this farce of a threat is being dealt with.

  2. The bochur could have gone to his sister’s chassene and carried on learning but just in a different format, i.e. outside the walls of the Yeshiva. Nothing would have stopped a really serious bochur devoted both to his family and limmud HaTorah achieving both.

  3. When my grandparents got married, 91 years ago, my bobba’s brother’s rosh yeshivah did not allow him to leave seder to attend the wedding. He was a yeshivah bochur and his job was to sit and learn. And he was a yosom from birth — he never knew his father, my great-grandfather. That didn’t change anything for the rosh yeshivah.