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A friend posted on Facebook an anecdote relating to an individual named Reb Yosef Friedenson, z”l, who was niftar four years ago.
As Reb Yossel and his wife were returning from a vacation in German, they flew by Lufthansa and found that their seats were mistakenly assigned a distance apart. Reb Yossel refused to board the plane despite the threats of the chief administer. He pulled up his sleeve and displayed the numbers tattooed on his arm. He said, “This is the last time we were separated. It will not happen again.”
The executive left for a few minutes and returned to tell them that they had adjoining seats, in first class.
Read more: http://hamodia.com/2013/02/26/farewell-to-reb-yosef-friedenson-zl/