Mitzvah Train – In Memory of Noach Adin Ben Shevach z’l

Apr 14, 2021 Article / Pico Community

We are all familiar with Meal trains….this is a Mitzvah train!

Join the Mitzvah Train- where we will commit to doing a Mitzvah for Noah Arnold z’l (Noach Adin ben Shevach z’l)

Please feel free to share this with anyone and also please feel free to include your children!

Sign Up Here – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4aaea82ba3fac34-mitzvot

BE SURE TO LIST YOUR NAME AND MITZVAH(If you prefer you can keep your mitzvah private and just right TBD), BUT DON’T FORGET TO CLICK SUBMIT ON THE BOTTOM OF 1ST PAGE AND THEN YOUR NAME AND MITZVAH ON 2ND PAGE.

Signing up to perform Acts of chesed and mitzvot in memory of Noah, will not only be an aliyat neshama for Noach Adin Ben Shevach z’l but will also be a source of comfort and pride to his family.

With the passing of a loved one, the relationship is not over but has rather moved from a physical relationship to a spiritual relationship.  We have the power to do very meaningful activities on behalf of the soul of our departed loved ones. Our actions in this world maintain a spiritual connection and provide a powerful aliyah (ascent) in Heaven to the neshama (soul)of our departed loved ones.

Join us in performing a mitzvah or act of kindness in memory of Noah Arnold z’l  ( Noach Adin ben Shevach z’l)  Some ideas could include: Smiling at someone, calling someone on the phone to see how they are, Baking challah, Lighting Shabbat candles early, avoiding lashon hara, honoring parents, increased concentration of tefillah and brachot, visiting the sick, helping the elderly, paying more attention to the laws of Shabbos and Yom Tov, helping someone with their homework or another task. Choose any mitzvah or good deed to which you feel drawn. Any mitzvah will provide a powerful aliyah (ascent) for the departed’s neshama(soul). Sign up for yourself or involve your children.  Commit ahead of time to a mitzvah on a particular date(s) or post retroactively – after you do a mitzvah in Noah’s memory.  

Thank you for joining in a great mitzvah and act of chesed! 

May Noach Adin ben Shevach z’l neshama have the highest aliya!