This is the neat story of how Alfred Nobel was inspired to establish the Nobel Prize after becoming unsatisfied with the foretaste of what his legacy would be when his brother’s death was accidentally reported to be his own.
If you died today, what are the last words of yours that your loved ones might find in your bag, on your computer, in a text message, or on your desk?
One of the victims of the recent tragedy in Meron reportedly gave his friend an envelope and told him not to open it until Sunday.
Rabbi Shimon Matlon could never have imagined that he would die that very night and that his note would be opened not only to his friend but to the world.
According to this source, the letter said: