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To know Craig is to LOVE Craig! 1-2-3 ❤❤❤

Craig’s loved ones are raising money to help pay for the medications he will be taking after receiving the transplant – a lifelong commitment to him taking care of his health to prevent rejection or malfunction of the transplant organ, some of them will be temporary, while others he will take for the rest of his life. These anti-rejection medications are very expensive even with insurance.

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December 10, 2018

Dad had another hard night. He is having shortness of breath and became agitated. He is frustrated with his perception of not getting better. While reading about Hanukkah I came across this and thought of it’s relevance towards what dad is going through……

What It Means For You
Noting that one should spend time in close proximity to the Chanukah lights, the Previous Rebbe would say, “We must listen carefully to what the candles are saying.” So what are the flickering flames telling us? Here are some messages:

a. Never be afraid to stand up for what’s right. Judah Maccabee and his band faced daunting odds, but that didn’t stop them. With a prayer on their lips and faith in their heart, they entered the battle of their lives—and won. We can do the same. (And so can DAD!)

b. Always increase in matters of goodness and Torah-observance. Sure, a single flame was good enough for yesterday, but today needs to be even better. (Dad needs to feel like he is progressing to health).

c. A little light goes a long way (a little faith goes a long way, a lot of faith goes even longer!!!). The Chanukah candles are lit when dusk is falling. Perched in the doorway, they serve as a beacon for the darkening streets. No matter how dark it is outside, a candle of can transform the darkness itself into light.

d. Take it to the streets. (Please share dad’s story; the more people we can reach the more prayers will be asked and received!) Chanukah is unique in that its primary mitzvah is observed in public. It’s not enough to be a Jew at heart, or even at home. Chanukah teaches us to shine outwards into our surroundings with the G‑dly glow of mitzvahs.

e. Don’t be ashamed to perform mitzvahs, even if you will feel different. Rather, be like a menorah, proudly proclaiming its radiant uniqueness for all to see. (Dad is a radiant caregiver to all he meets. We need to care for him as he would do for everyone he knows).

December 4, 2018

Day 11 after Thanksgiving Day Transplant, Hopeful!

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December 10, 2018

Mr. Landau, I met your beautiful daughter Rachel thru my daughter Kendra in Las Vegas. She is spunky and somehow I believe it's from Dad! Hang in there as there will be up and down days. Embrace the good days and scoff off the bad. Embrace the love ones as thru their strength you will also gain strength. Much speedy recovery wishes.

Deb Hodak

December 10, 2018

Craig and family: Continued prayers and healing thoughts. You are Mepham tough.

MARC FURMAN

December 4, 2018

Lets go Craig you got this want to see u at Reunion

George Iovino

December 4, 2018

I am cheering you on from New York Craig. Stay strong! The Landau Family is in my thoughts! xo Terri Fisher Wood

Theresa Fisher Wood