at the Western Wall with Reb Gutman Locks on Mystical Paths
What do you think when you see someone, especially a child, so horribly handicapped? We put tefillin on them and try to give them a good time, and surely we show them a cheerful face, but it is such a sad thing to see.
For me, it’s always the same. First, I think, “Oh my G-d, what a difficult thing for them and for their parents!” Then I think, “Thank G-d, really, for my health. How fortunate I am.” Then I see the young people who are so kind as to help them come on these trips and I think, “G-d bless the caregivers, the ones with such patience and kindness who take care of these unfortunate people.”