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Noble Lives, Noble Deeds: Captivating Stories and Biographical Profiles of Spiritual Giants

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2013

    Rabbi David Silber Rabbi David Silber is the founder and dean of

    Rabbi David Silber
    Rabbi David Silber is the founder and dean of Drisha Institute for Jewish Education, New York City. A popular, nationally known lecturer on Bible, Silber is a recipient of the prestigious Covenant Award, for excellence in innovative Jewish education.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2013

    Book DescriptionPublication Date: January 1, 2004 | Series: ArtS

    Book DescriptionPublication Date: January 1, 2004 | Series: ArtScroll (Mesorah)The newest volume in this popular series by Rabbi Dovid Silber continues to bring us touching anecdotes about dozens of great Rabbinic figures, each one accompanied by a biographic profile.
    Why would the seemingly affluent young Leizer Yudel Finkel walk the muddy streets of Radin in worn-though shoes? What prompted Rabbi Shimon Schwab to sell his most treasured possession? Why did the Belzer Rebbe uncharacteristically voice a desire for hot, sweet coffee and fresh cake? What did Rabbi Ezra Attia do to avert his wife's "inevitable" surgery?
    These are only a few of stories, and Torah personalities, featured in this enchanting book. From Chassidic leaders to Lithuanian Roshei Yeshiva, communal Rabbis to Sephardic Chachamim, this book contains a sampling of them all.
    Read them and be inspired.

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