Monday, August 15, 2016

Articles


(Partial Listing)

"Confrontation"  (Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Thought, 1964: 6, #2) From Tradition 17:2 (Spring, 1978)
"The Community", p. 7-24
"Majesty and Humility", p. 25-37
"Catharsis", p. 38-54
"Redemption, Prayer and Talmud Torah", p. 55-73
"A Tribute to the Rebbetzin of Talne", p. 73-83 
"U-bekashtem Misham", Hadarom 47:1-836, 1979 
Hesped le Rav Chaim Ozer Grodzinsky", HaPardes, Shana 14 Choveret 7, 1940.  
"R' Chaim Heller Zt"l Shmuel haKatan shel Doreinu HaPardes, 32-33, 1962. 
Letter to Editor, Cantorial Council of America Bulletin, Vol. 4#1, 1965. 
On repetition of words by the cantor, translated by Rabbi Schonfeld.
"Sacred and Profane, Kodesh and Chol in World Perspective," Gesher, Vol. 3#1, p5-29, 1966.
"Cheto haKaved shel Dorenu" Hapardes, Shana 30 Choveret 1:24-27, 1955. 
"U-bekashtem Misham", Hadarom 47:1-836, 1979.
"Iyunim be-nusach ha-kiddush shel shabbat" shana be-shana, 159-173, 1980
"Surrendering to the Almighty," Light 17, Kislev 5736-1976.

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Moshe Soloveichik

Chaim Soloveitchik's son
Moshe Soloveichik, was an Orthodox rabbi. He was the second son of renowned Rabbi Chaim Soloveitchik and grandson of the Beis HaLevi. Wikipedia
Born: 1879, Valozhyn, Belarus
Died: 1941, New York City, New York, United States
Parents: Chaim Soloveitchik
Children: Joseph B. Soloveitchik, Ahron Soloveichik
Grandchildren: Haym Soloveitchik, Dr. Atarah Twersky, Tovah Lichtenstein
Grandparent: Yosef Dov Soloveitchik

Monday, August 1, 2016

LESSONS FROM HIS MOTHER

Most of all I learned that Judaism expresses itself not only in formal compliance with the law but also in a living experience. She taught me that there is a flavor, a scent and warmth to mitzvot. I learned from her the most important thing in life—to feel the presence of the Almighty and the gentle pressure of His hand resting upon my frail shoulders.

Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, “A Tribute to the Rebbetzen of Talne,” Tradition 17:2, Spring 1978, p. 7