A Video Plea from Mom Continued (We Shall Meet Again Daily Episode 8)

A Video Plea from Mom Continued (We Shall Meet Again Daily Episode 8)

Yael shows Omer a moving video his mother prepared for him.

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A Video Plea from Eema to Son (We-Shall-Meet-Again Daily Episode 7)

A Video Plea from Eema to Son (We-Shall-Meet-Again Daily Episode 7)

Yael shows Omer a moving video his mother prepared for him.

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The Baal Teshuva’s Side of the Story (We Shall Meet Again Daily Episode 6)

The Baal Teshuva’s Side of the Story (We Shall Meet Again Daily Episode 6)

Yael and her husband visit Shosh’s son, Omer, in hopes of bringing about a reconciliation between them. But they find out that Omer is still feeling very hurt and resentful

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Breaking the Silence (Daily We-Shall-Meet-Again Video, Episode 5)

Breaking the Silence (Daily We-Shall-Meet-Again Video, Episode 5)

In today’s episode we meet Yosef, one of Yael’s quadruplets determined to follow his own, different religious and personal path. And when the 36 hours of silence is finally broken, Shosh realizes that Yael will be a devoted and powerful ally in her attempt to repair her connection with her estranged son.

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Praying for Shidduch at Rav Ovadia’s Study (Daily “We Shall Meet Again” Episode 4)

Praying for Shidduch at Rav Ovadia’s Study (Daily “We Shall Meet Again” Episode 4)

Shosh goes with Yael Mizrachi and her son, Shlomo, to the study of their late neighbor, Rav Ovadia Yosef, to pray to be able to marry off Shlomo and his 3 brothers. Shosh is turned off but also touched by the deep respect Shlomo shows to his mother.

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Meeting Shadchanit for Quadruplet Sons (“We Shall Meet Again” Daily Episode 3)

Meeting Shadchanit for Quadruplet Sons (“We Shall Meet Again” Daily Episode 3)

In hopes that Yael will enable her to renew the connection with her estranged son, Omer, Shosh is observing Yael’s daily life for 36 hours–in silence. Yael’s meeting with a matchmaker for her quadruplet 21-year-old sons proves especially challenging for Shosh. A central message of the 3 weeks is coming closer to our fellow Jews […]

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