By: Glenn Goldenhorn
The Rabbi, your Rebbe was taken from us. Your world in your few short years has compelled you to reach, from your, inner strength from way down within. You will realize in the years to come that your Rabbi was of the greatest teachers you will ever come to know. The Rabbi's lessons were laser pointed. If there exists a problem than solve it now. The only communication to your fellow man should be inspirational. Don't deal in frivolous nonproductive activity. Don't talk a good game, play one instead. Be understanding, sensitive and aware off all people important to you and all of those who are important to them. Make all men important to you without regard to financial wealth. When you find someone , like a little guy such as you were , in need, than bring the positive forces from yourself, family and community to bear and then install a positive outcome that will last a lifetime and beyond.
Geoffrey you love Chabad, you can thank your Rabbi.
Your Rabbi taught you about love. Now that you have been taught you must live it and teach it as your Rabbi did. Teach the love that your Rabbi had for his family , faith and fellow man. Take the light he gave you and make it brighter for the sake of mankind and your fellow Jews.
Keep life simple. You Rabbi was not a complicated man. Say what you mean and do what you say.
Rabbi Deitsch taught you one very important lesson. He taught you to Love your G-d with all your heart and all your soul. Learn that lesson well Geoffrey and all I have written will be much more clear as time goes on.
I love you son and to you and the Deitsch Family entire , I share your loss.