MIRACULOUS: Baby Recovers From Cardiac Arrest and Coma (CHILLING AUDIO)

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FAR ROCKAWAY (Yaakov M / VINnews) — A one year old baby has recovered from a coma after suffering cardiac arrest, b’Chasdei Hashem. The boy’s miraculous recovery took place after a renowned Chassdish Rebbe gave him a bracha, and suggested that his father take on a kaballah to not speak during davening.

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Rabbi Yanki Levitin (whom I personally know), a Rebbi in Far Rockaway and the Boys’ Division Head at Oorah’s ‘The Zone’ camp, described the miraculous experience this week (recording below).

On Shabbos Parshas Bamidbar, Rabbi Levitin’s family walked from Bayswater to Far Rockaway, while his one-year old son (a twin) remained home. At one point, a Hatzalah member came to the home they were visiting and told R’ Levitin that he should come in the car immediately and bring his cell phone.

When he got there the scene was chaotic. Twelve Hatzalah members were working on his baby, and he was told to stay away from the scene, and the situation was dire.

His son, who had suffered from feeding issues, had choked on a piece of watermelon. He went into cardiac arrest for 5-6 minutes. B’Chasdei Hashem the first responders were able to resuscitate him, however he remained critical for several days. Rabbi Levitin was told that al pi derech hateva, the baby would not survive.

Rabbi Levitin recounted on “Kol Mevasser” hotline that while he was in the hospital the first few days, the situation was very “dark”. “We were thinking to ourselves, that we would be one of those parents who lost a child.”

The following Wednesday, the boy was still comatose. Then R’ Levitin saw a Chassidishe man whom he could tell was a Rebbe. His wife told him to go ask for a bracha.

It turned out to be the Spinka Rebbe from Williamsburg. He asked the Rebbe for a bracha for his son’s refuah, and the Rebbe took his hand very warmly, and told him that his son will be zoche to refuah in the zchus of the Torah.

Rabbi Levitin went further, asking the Rebbe what kabbalah he could accept upon himself in the z’chus of his son. The Rebbe replied that if he accepted to never speak during davening, from the beginning to the end, he would see a complete salvation. (He added that this is based on the segulah of the Tosfos Yom Tov.)

Rabbi Levitin explained that while he is careful to not speak during davening, even at times when it’s permitted (unless there is a need), he was still highly reluctant. In his position at The Zone camp, Rabbi Levitin sometimes finds it necessary to speak.

However he accepted the kabbalah. He returned to their room, and right then, they miraculously got amazing CAT Scan results, showing the child’s brain was fully functional, with zero brain damage. After that everything began to improve. The baby began to breathe on his own and continued to quickly recover.

The boy then awoke from his coma, and through the infinite Rachamim of Hashem, he is expected to have a full recovery. He is home and 100% functional. This was an unspeakable miracle, and Rabbi Levitin credits his acceptance to never again speak during davening, which is not easy.

According to reports, since the Covid pandemic, the Spinka Rebbe has been extremely stringent regarding speaking during davening, with zero tolerance.


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Anonymous
Anonymous
1 year ago

What an amazing story!!
I live in Flatbush, and daven in Shaar Tosfos Yom Tov, which has ZERO talking throughout the davening. The kabalah of no talking has changed my davening and my life. What a zchus to daven in such a shul! There are 150 people each Shabbos, but there should really be 350 people davening there!!

A concerned yid
A concerned yid
1 year ago

Beautiful story. I cannot understand how people CAN talk during davening at all. Definitely not where it’s forbidden al pi halacha…

Nechi L
Nechi L
1 year ago

So proud of my nephew, Yanky.
Living through it – we all felt the Neis and Giluy Chasdey Hashem.
There was a Tehillim chat with over 300 participants – many who did not know Yanky. Tehillim was finished 35 times.
Mi K’amcha Yisroel!

Please Show Sensitivity
Please Show Sensitivity
1 year ago

This is a real story about a real family. They lived through wonders and have their own unique perspective of Hashem’s special role in working those wonders. Think for a moment what effect the negative comments (in this comment section) can have on the mishpacha of this “miracle baby” in case the comments are brought to their attention. Let us all share in their simcha.

Iyar5
Iyar5
1 year ago

even at times when it’s permitted (unless there is a need) So in my position as גבאי how am I supposed to give out כיבודים and other chores to run services? if I weren’t allowed to speak? or are my functions considered צרכי-תפילה?

Joseph
Joseph
1 year ago

How could you tell if it is a miracle. You have to have a survey of several exact situations to see if there is no other way to survive. If others survived maybe it is just the course of nature – some survive and some don’t. Why is everything a miracle with us?
Imagine if he said I davened truly with my full heart and you know what – Hashem listened to my tiffilah, believe it or not – ever think of that??
Spinka Rebbe most probably is a great man but Hashem could also do so of these things!

Just thinking
Just thinking
1 year ago

So g- d played no part it was no talking the rebbes brochah.

Charlie
Charlie
1 year ago

How does a Rebbe look? Ah you can tell him by his expensive velvet sleeves, silly question. This baby’s recovery was because that is what the Eibishte decreed or derech hateva, depends where you are coming from.