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Kever of Reb Noson of Nemirov in Breslov, Ukraine. Reb Michel Dorfman z"l (left and Rabbi Nasan Maimon. Photo by Reb Michel's grandson, Zev Rumer, 2004.

Yahrzeit of Reb Noson of Nemirov – 10th of Teves

Posted on January 7, 2017

On the Tenth of Teves 5605 (December 20, 1844) Reb Noson ben Chayah Laneh / b’Reb Naftali Hertz Sternhartz returned his pure soul to the Creator. Through his prolific writing, Reb Noson of Nemirov made it possible for the teachings of Rebbe Nachman to reach every one of us today. Commemorative shiur given by Rabbi Continue Reading »

20th of Kislev – Yahrzeit of Rav Eliyahu Chaim Rosen z”l

Posted on December 14, 2016

Rav Eliyahu Chaim b’Reb Klonymus Kalman Rosen z”l (1899, Poland-1984, Jerusalem) was orphaned as a child and devoted himself to Torah study. At the age of 12, already respected for his knowledge and diligence, R’ Eliyahu Chaim discovered the teachings of Rebbe Nachman through an encounter with a Breslover chossid. In later life R’ Eliyahu Continue Reading »

5th of Kislev – Yahrzeit of the MaHaRSHA

Posted on December 5, 2016

Today in Jewish History: 5th of Kislev – Yahrzeit of the MaHaRSHA Anyone who studies Gemara (Talmud) has studied the commentary of Rabbi Shmuel Eliezer HaLevi Edeles – the MaHaRSHA (Moreynu HaRav Shmuel Edeles – Our Teacher, Rabbi Samuel Edeles). Born in Posen in the mid-sixteenth century, the MaHaRSHA’s father was a direct descendant of Rabbi Continue Reading »

Kever shmuel HaNavi - Tomb of Samuel the Prophet

In the Footsteps of the Prophets

Posted on October 13, 2016

Sefer Yehoshua (The Book of Joshua), presented by Rabbi Zvi Aryeh Rosenfeld z”l, is the first in a series of lectures highlighting inspirational moments in Jewish history and the wisdom they bring to better our lives today. This shiur includes an introduction to the study of the Prophets, the story of Yehoshua and Rachav, and Continue Reading »