Gems from the Nesivos Shalom: Mesikus Hatorah & Chag Hashavuos
Messages and lessons about Mesikus Hatorah and the holiday of Shavuos. One of the most widely celebrated volumes on Jewish thought in recent history.
The magnum opus of Reb Sholom Noach Berezovsky zt”l, saintly rebbe of a vibrant Chassidic dynasty, the impact of the Nesivos Sholom extends well beyond the tight-knit enclave of Slonimer adherents. Since its publication in the latter half of the twentieth century, Nesivos Sholom has become a standard text in the study-halls and homes of Torah Jews from one end of the spectrum to the other.
For the first time ever, this modern-day classic is now accessible in the English language. With the release of the seventh volume focusing on the Three Weeks and the Churban in Europe, the English-speaking public can discover what it is about Nesivos Sholom that has captured the hearts and minds of Jewish seekers world-wide.
Is it the crisp, engaging treatment of such a wide-range of relevant topics? The masterful blend of Chassidic thought and scholarly analysis, mystical concepts and illustrative narratives, penetrating insight and inspirational messages? Or is it simply the pristine beauty that emanates from the sacred words of an individual referred to by some as the “Mesilas Yesharim of our generation”?
For the accomplished scholar or the earnest layman; the educator or the parent; anyone – young or old – seeking to advance their Torah knowledge and connection with the Creator – this volume has a wealth to offer. With Hashem’s help, these teachings of the Nesivos Sholom will greatly enhance your life.
By: Rabbi S. Binyomin Ginsberg