MESSAGE FROM MENAHEL

As we are now well into our second year, I pause to reflect upon the great Siyata D’shmaya that we have experienced so far. This year, our Talmidim have been working very hard to learn, retain and gain a deep understanding of the yesodos in Maseches Kiddushin. Most recently, we launched an extensive Chazara program which encouraged talmidim to review their what they learned in seder iyun, followed by farhers given by myself and Rabbi Shraga Lerman. We were both extremely impressed, not only by the talmidim’s understanding of the material, but also from their hislahavus and gishmak in learning. 

As we are now well into our second year, I pause to reflect upon the great Siyata D’shmaya that we have experienced so far. This year, our Talmidim have been working very hard to learn, retain and gain a deep understanding of the yesodos in Maseches Kiddushin. Most recently, we launched an extensive Chazara program which encouraged talmidim to review their what they learned in seder iyun, followed by farhers given by myself and Rabbi Shraga Lerman. We were both extremely impressed, not only by the talmidim’s understanding of the material, but also from their hislahavus and gishmak in learning. 

Ultimately, the heart of our yeshiva is the learning that goes on within its walls. This is evidenced by the kol Torah of talmidim deeply immersed in Tosafos, the many blatt of shakla v’tarya recited, the strong attendance and involvement in Rabbi Kenzer’s bekius shiur, father-son learning on Wednesday nights… and the list goes on. The existence of our Yeshiva and the great chizuk we receive from the community is a powerful reminder that the very soul of Klal Yisrael revolves around Limud Hatorah. As the Torah promises us in Parshas Vayeilech כי לא תשכח מפי זרעו, the Torah will never be forgotten from the mouths of Klal Yisrael.  

2019-05-22T16:28:40+00:00 May 22nd, 2019|News|