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The past few months I have heard about two kidney transplants. The latest involved someone whose mother received a kidney from a father of many children who viewed donating a kidney as a happy event. He and his family visited the woman to whom the kidney was being donated and gave much chizuk to her. The medical professionals were amazed that the people visiting the patient weren't related because they were convinced they were family, as they viewed the warm conviviality exhibited between those in the hospital room.
The woman I spoke to said that Mashiach should come just for the fact that the man willingly and happily offered to donate his kidney for a woman in dire need, a total stranger.
Last night I came across a song sung at a wedding of two kidney donors which I have posted below..