Your loved one is neither gone…nor forgotten
If your intention in doing good deeds such as giving charity or learning Torah is for the l’iluiy nishmat, the ascend of your loved one’s soul to higher realms, then clearly the reward for your actions go to them.
There are several options KaddishJerusalem can offer you In Memory of your loved one. Giving charity, perpetuating Torah learning, and mishnyot learning are several ways in which you can honor the deceased.
The Mishna, the first part of the Talmud, is the codified compilation of Jewish Oral law. The word Mishna, meaning study, has the same Hebrew letters as the word Neshama, soul. Rearranging these Hebrew letter from the words meaning ‘study’ to ‘soul’ is the Torah’s hint that departed souls gain merit through those who study Torah in their honor.
Since many mourners are not able to learn Mishna on their own, KaddishJerusalem automatically provides that service by learning sections from the Mishna each day during the year we are contracted to recite Kaddish for you.
However, having the entire Six Books of Mishna learnt in your loved one’s behalf is an even greater tribute. The six books comprising the Mishnayot (plural of Mishna) have 63 tractates. If you would like KaddishJerusalem to learn one of the 6 Sederim (Books) of Mishnayot or all 6 (complete Mishnayot) In Memory of your loved one, we will gladly take on the task. To inquire: email@example.com
Learning Torah In Memory of a Loved One
Sponsoring the learning of Torah is not only beneficial for the departed soul during the first year, but also well after, for years to come. Yeshiva Rabbi Akiva, located in the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City, has set up an In Memory program where your donation supports Torah learning in the merit of the deceased. For inquiries, please contact Rabbi Shalom Gold at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tzaduka (charity) is probably the most well-known Jewish act of kindness. When someone gives tzaduka in the name of a love one where he would not have given charity ordinarily, it is to the deceased great credit this good deed took place. It is for that reason the soul of the deceased raise high in the spiritual world.
KaddishJerusalem has a tzaduka program where your donation goes directly to a family in need. To make your contribution contact email@example.com