Chanukah 5781 - Chanukah with Rav Chaim Shmuelevitz zt"l: The Light and Darkness that Dwells Within

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שיחות מוסר - האור והחושך שבאדם Maamar #12, Vayetzei 5733

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  1. Title: Not a coincident?
    Author: Harold Klein ,

    Shalom Rabbi,I enjoyed this talk very much. This is not a question rather I wanted to share an amazing (I do not use that word often) coincident that occured that very day of hearing your drasha. Also, I recognize there are no such things as coincidences:). One hour prior to hearing your talk I was deep in learning Prof. Lieberman's Z"L sefer Greek in Jewish Palestine/Hellenism in Jewish Palestine. I had just started the chapter "The Alleged Ban on Greek Wisdom." Prof. Lieberman cites that very Gemmara you did on study Torah Day and Night etc. What are the odds I would choose a YU talk that would relate the same lines out of the hundreds of thousands of possibilities!? BTW - This is my first read of Prof. Lieberman and I understand this was a minor work of his - I have never experienced such depth of knowledge of literally all sources. Anyway, I will be listening to more of your Torah. Thought you would appreciate. Kol Tuv.

  2. Title: Not a coincident?
    Author: Harold Klein ,

    Shalom Rabbi,I enjoyed this talk very much. This is not a question rather I wanted to share an amazing (I do not use that word often) coincident that occured that very day of hearing your drasha. Also, I recognize there are no such things as coincidences:). One hour prior to hearing your talk I was deep in learning Prof. Lieberman's Z"L sefer Greek in Jewish Palestine/Hellenism in Jewish Palestine. I had just started the chapter "The Alleged Ban on Greek Wisdom." Prof. Lieberman cites that very Gemmara you did on study Torah Day and Night etc. What are the odds I would choose a YU talk that would relate the same lines out of the hundreds of thousands of possibilities!? BTW - This is my first read of Prof. Lieberman and I understand this was a minor work of his - I have never experienced such depth of knowledge of literally all sources. Anyway, I will be listening to more of your Torah. Thought you would appreciate. Kol Tuv.

  3. Title: Not a coincident?
    Author: Harold Klein ,

    Shalom Rabbi,I enjoyed this talk very much. This is not a question rather I wanted to share an amazing (I do not use that word often) coincident that occured that very day of hearing your drasha. Also, I recognize there are no such things as coincidences:). One hour prior to hearing your talk I was deep in learning Prof. Lieberman's Z"L sefer Greek in Jewish Palestine/Hellenism in Jewish Palestine. I had just started the chapter "The Alleged Ban on Greek Wisdom." Prof. Lieberman cites that very Gemmara you did on study Torah Day and Night etc. What are the odds I would choose a YU talk that would relate the same lines out of the hundreds of thousands of possibilities!? BTW - This is my first read of Prof. Lieberman and I understand this was a minor work of his - I have never experienced such depth of knowledge of literally all sources. Anyway, I will be listening to more of your Torah. Thought you would appreciate. Kol Tuv.

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