The pain and tragedy of this loss is immense. It is indescribable in plain words.
Such a beautiful, pure soul.
A dedicated wife and mother.
A loving daughter, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter.
A wonderful sister, sister-in-law, cousin, and niece.
A devoted shlucha.
The loss is being felt by so many!
I got to know Esty in Bais Rivkah High School.
Although she was a few classes younger than me, and I didn’t know her that well personally, she always inspired me with her sweetness and sincerity.
Now, reading through her journals and writings, we merit to get a glimpse into this tremendous treasure that Esty truly embodied.
Her talk at the kinus hashluchos was so inspiring and so relevant today: “Shlichus is a dedication. A lifelong commitment. lt’s easy to speak about it, but it is a lot more than words can say. Talk is cheap, but actions speak louder than words.”
How true –Esty your life so embodied action, yet without all that extra fanfare….. actions speak louder than words!
Esty, we are in such pain because of your untimely loss- we have been jolted out of our golus dream and stupor. We feel the birth pangs of Moshiach so intensely now! And we are trying very hard to ‘keep on pushing’...We pledge to do whatever we can to merit that time that we are all so desperately yearning for-
To have Esty be reunited once again with her dear family & friends- in good health & happiness-
with the Geulah haamitis v’hashlaima-NOW!!!!
In tribute to Esty and her dedicated & loving erev-Shabbos hospital visitations, we are iy”h strengthening our commitment to do just the same, on a regular basis in the local hospital in our neighborhood.