Quiet Gadlus

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8 Responses

  1. aron feldman says:

    When I read this I cried!

  2. lacosta says:

    a different kind of bein adam lechaveiro kano’us……

  3. L. Oberstein says:

    The screen of my computer is a collage of pictures of my grandchildren at significant moments in their lives, bris, upsherin,etc. with Rav Nosson Tzvi. He was so beloved by all and was able to serve as a role model for so many. Chaval Al d’avdin ve lo ischtakchin

  4. cvmay says:

    Wow the loss to Klal Yisroel gets larger and larger.
    From which fountain of Torah will our Bnei Yeshiva and Yungeleit learn and see modeled such Ahaavas Yisroel? and a defacto working status with the government of Israel?
    The combination of an American – Midwest upbringing coupled with thirst for Limud Hatorah is a once in a lifetime product, yehi zichron baruch.

  5. Leon Zacharowicz says:

    Tears in my eyes as I write this. Unbelievable.

  6. Michoel says:

    Unbelievable. I’m also tearing a bit. I can’t wait to tell my 10 year old daughter this story.

  7. BTG says:

    The real lesson for us from R’ Nosson Tzvi is that we can still produce unbelievable Gedolim. You needn’t be from Europe or have learned in Slabodka to become a Gadol B’Torah and Midos. Herewas a man, born in Chicago and educated in an American day school, that became one of the most respected Roshei Yeshiva and Gedolim in the world. And at a relatively young age, too. Even as we mourn this great loss, there is hope for the next generation.

  8. Jonathan Keefe says:

    Is there a version of this I can forward (giving credit of course) to family members that should see this? I’m shaking thinking of one of the busiest people in the world who had time for yet another ongoing Chesed. Powerful Mussar.

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