In Memoriam of:

Moshe "Moshiko" Saadian

Age: 26

From: Yavneh

In Loving Memory of the Innocent Souls Taken Too Soon. United in peace, their light shines on in the hearts left behind. October 7, 2023, a day of sorrow, but their memories guide us toward a hopeful tomorrow.

Moshe "Moshiko" Saadian, z"l, from Yavneh, was murdered at the Nova nature party.

Moshe did not run away from the attack on the party, but stayed behind to help the wounded, until he was murdered himself. He left behind a shocked family, who are determined to fulfill the vision he wrote for himself a year ago. "He was too perfect for this world"

The last message he was able to send to his friends was: "I need help, share! I have to find my partner, too many hours have passed. The last time we spoke was yesterday at 08:30 in the morning, after he told me he was putting a tourniquet on someone who received a pill to the throat, begging, begging for help."

A year earlier, Moshe went to a weeklong workshop with his sister and others, where he wrote what became, in essence, his will: "With the power and determination in me, quietly and with inner ease, I am building a world based on abundance and prosperity, free love and freedom."

After the terrorist attacks of October 7th, Israeli musician, Merav Hellinger, saw Moshe's vision in a post from his mother. She was so inspired that she dedicated a song to Moshe.

"During the creation of the song, I felt that I was writing from another person's point of view, a person I still don't know. And so it happened that I put the song aside for a few months, in order to find the person whose story the song will tell. I read the words that Saadian wrote in the vision and I realized that he was his person. The song that I put in the drawer was waiting. It felt crazy, everything suddenly came together. The song aligns perfectly with the things Moshiko wrote in his vision, which actually became a kind of will."


The song is called To the Sky and can be watched here overlayed with Moshe's home videos:

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