Letter replete with blessings for the new year, by the tzaddik and miracle-worker Rabbi Chuna Halberstam of Kolshitz.
It is well-known that Rabbi Chuna’s blessings were fulfilled.
Reisha, 7 Elul, 5595 (1935)
“I bless you with a k’sivah v’chasimah tovah in the Books of Tzaddikim”
Handwritten & Autographed Letter with Blessings for the New Year by the Admor Rabbi Chuna of Kolshitz. 1935
Among the heartwarming blessings in this letter, the Admor inscribes:
“Hashem should help you with all types of good salvations, and all the desires of your heart shall be fulfilled for good and life and peace, and you shall have great nachas… from all your descendants [as they] follow the path of Torah and fear of heaven.”
Renowned for his sanctity and purity, the
Admor Rabbi Chuna of Kolshitz Hy”d (1884-1943) was an illustrious scion of the glorious Sanzer dynasty.
His great-uncle Harav Yeshaya of Chechov, the youngest son of the Divrei Chaim, affirmed that Rabbi Chuna possessed many of the Divrei Chaim’s sacred qualities and character traits. He gained repute as a miracle-worker, bringing health and full recovery to the ill, and causing thousands to flock to his door to seek his blessing, counsel and salvation.
Throughout his life, Rabbi Chuna yearned to die al kiddush Hashem, sanctifying Hashem’s Holy Name like Rabbi Akiva, and indeed, he perished as a holy martyr among six million Kedoshim on Monday, Chol Hamoed Succos, 5703 (1943).
Reisha, Tuesday, Parshas Ki Seitze (7 Elul), 5695 (1935).
Official postcard. Fully handwritten and autographed.
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