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Around The Maggid's Table [Hardcover]
More classic stories and parables from the great teachers of Israel
By: Rabbi Paysach Krohn
One of the most popular Judaica books in many years was The Maggid Speaks, which presented the favorite stories and parables of the great Maggid of Jerusalem, Rabbi Sholom Schwadron. Now, thanks to the overwhelming response to that work, the author brings us a sequel.
This book brings us the wisdom, the style, the humor, the indignation, the love, the tears, the insights the teachings of not only Reb Sholom, but of many others virtuosos of the spirit and pulpit. A maggid had to know not only Torah and stories, but people - their strengths and weaknesses, what causes them to err and what could inspire them to tap their innate capacity for growth.
Those skills were possessed in rich measure by these masters of the spirit. They were the honey that drew listeners and warmed hearts. The author who seeks to convey their craft must be a maggid himself. He, too, needs a rare degree of sensitivity if he is to translate their presence onto the printed page. This author has it. Rabbi Paysach J. Krohn is a maggid in his own right, and has the ability to bring to the printed page the verve and passion that make him such a polular speaker.
Size: 6" x 9"
Published: by ArtScroll / Mesorah
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