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Field Of Vision [Hardcover]
Rav Moshe Weinberger On Tu B'Shvat
By: Rabbi Moshe Weinberger
Adapted by: Binyomin Wolf
Everyone who has listened to the shiurim of Rav Moshe Weinberger has heard inspiring stories about his father, Reb Mordechai Aryeh Yoseph ben Chaim Moshe Weinberger, a’h, and tibadel l’chaim his mother, shetichyeh, both concentration camp survivors from Hungary.
Rav Weinberger, his family, and everyone privileged to know Martin Weinberger all joined in mourning on that cold February day in 2020, when they heard that he passed on to the Next World, on the morning of Tu B’Shvat. Mr. Weinberger survived the long, seemingly hopeless winter of the Holocaust, to see his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren learning Torah and doing mitzvos.
This collection of Rav Moshe Weinberger’s teachings on the depth of the little-understood Yom Tov of Tu B’Shvat teaches us how to personally see life and hope rising up, no matter how imperceptibly, from the depths of the coldest and darkest winters of our lives.
Size: 6" x 9"
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
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