Kaddish is a bond which unites the Jewish generations from time immemorial, and unto eternity. Kaddish is the way we show our respect for our parents and the way they showed their love and respect for their parents.
Tragically, in today's day and age the sacred Kaddish tradition is not always maintained. There are times when there is no surviving male to recite the mourner's Kaddish for the traditional eleven months after a parent's parting, and on each Yahrtzeit thereafter.
Perhaps it is true for you. Perhaps you have a loved one whom you would want memorialized in annual Kaddish or Yahrtzeit remembrance. Or even for yourself-after 120 years- to have Kaddish recited for the zechus and merit of your soul in the generations to come.
One final thought, although our service is completely free, it is an additional merit for the deceased to have charity given in his/her name. We would like to suggest a donation of $180 in memory of the deceased.
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