R Aharon Lichtenstein zt”l – The Last Word

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5 Responses

  1. SA says:

    I think a lesson from this video is not just the gadlus of Rabbi Lichtenstein — which can’t be portrayed that well in a video, anyway — but the fact that there is authentic limmud Torah, toiling in Torah, sacrifice for Torah, and yiras Shamayam among Israelis who do not wear hats and jackets, and that this has been true for decades. I’m not sure that all hat-and-jacket wearers truly believe that this is even possible.

  2. Steve Brizel says:

    In one word-awesome!

  3. cvmay says:

    Watched this video when it was first produced.
    Ashranu for the Gadlus in klal Yisroel. Whether it is appreciated by others outside of Gush Etzion – is insignificant in the short & long run!

  4. A yid says:

    In the interests of accuracy, I must point out that R’ Aharon z’l wore both a hat and a jacket. It was the fusion of two olmamos that made R’ Aharon who he was.

  5. SA says:

    To A Yid — In the interests of accuracy, I must point out that my comment referred to *Israelis* who do not wear hats and jackets. I didn’t mean Rabbi Lichtenstein (who was not Israeli) but the many talmidim you see in the video.

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