3-Year-Old Grandson of Philanthropist Gives Drawing to Rav Chaim Kanievsky


It is always interesting to observe the way gedolim greet and treat young children. It is with warmth and love, a reflection of their caring and sensitive hearts.

This past week, philanthropist Eyal Moshiach visited Rav Chaim Kanievsky with his three-year-old grandson in honor of his upsherin. Rav Chaim cut the young boy’s hair and then, to Rav Chaim’s surprise, the boy presented him with a drawing that he drew in honor of the gadol.

Rav Chaim took the painting and smiled. He turned to the boy and said softly, “Well done! May you grow to become a great talmid chochom.”

David Steger – Matzav.com Israel


  1. All gedloim behave this way, not only to children, but to adults as well. And not only to “unzere”, but to any Jew. There are many stories like this.

    That’s why they are gedolim.