My name is Sarah from Jerusalem.
I address you with mixed feelings because, on the one hand, I am very excited after, despite all the changes, I was privileged to be saved from a terrorist attack in Jerusalem and survive all my life until now despite my disability and arrive towards my wedding. However, on the other hand, the great joy obscures the sadness that we still have almost nothing. Need help.
A few years ago, I was in a bus that exploded in Jerusalem, my brother was murdered there, and I miraculously survived this inferno.
Since the attack, I have suffered from disability and difficulty speaking, and I have always been afraid that Chas V’chalilah would interfere with finding my matchmaking. Still, despite my disability, I found my chosson a gentle, smiling, and humble guy, and I hope we will raise a glorious family together, Be’ezrat HaShem.
Unfortunately, we both come from meager homes. My Chosson themselves are disabled, and all the money I earned so far from my job as a graphic artist every month to help them support our large family, and now I need help ahead of the wedding. My Choson is the son of a single mother who barely manages to survive the day-to-day.
We owe your help because our wedding is TOMORROW! and we do not have even the minimum things for the wedding. I have nothing to do at the moment but turn to your compassionate heart in this request, even though I am very uncomfortable doing it.
I want to start life on the right foot and succeed despite my disabilities!
I thank you for all the help and support.
Tizku Lemitsvot and HaShem bless you in all the best
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