“Rabbi Avraham Dov Auerbach of Avritch [was] a profound thinker and a singularly saintly neshamah…Until now, this masterpiece was inaccessible to the English-speaking community…”
—Harav Michel Twerski, Grand Rabbi of Hornosteipel
“The merit of our rabbi, the author, whose lips continue to move through our study of this holy sefer, will certainly protect all those who learn this holy book…”
—Harav Shraga Hager, Grand Rabbi of Kossov
“With abundant wisdom and understanding, the translator shares selections from this sefer to bring foundations [of Chassidut] to the English-speaking masses.
—Harav Shmuel Kamenetsky
About The Author
Rabbi Yisrael M. Mendelovits hails from Brooklyn, NY. He studied in the Yeshivas Mesivta of London, Yeshiva Eretz Tzvi under Hagaon Rav Mendel Atik, and the Mir Yeshiva. Rabbi Mendelovits has been deeply involved in chinuch for more than twenty years. In addition, he has authored numerous articles, and edits and reprints Chassidic sefarim. His publications include Maamar Esther on Purim by Rav Shlomo Kluger, a new edition of the Bas Ayin (edited from manuscripts and first printings, 2006), Mevaser Tzedek by R. Yissachor Dov of Zlutchev-Tezfas (2010), and Maayan Hachochma by R. Asher Tzvi of Ostrah (2020).
Rabbi Mendelovits lives in Linden, N.J., with his family and can be reached at Israelmendelovits@gmail.com
Volume I: Bereishit- Shemot – 525 pages
Volume II: Vayikra- Devarim – 501 pages
Volume III: Moadim – 263 pages
Martin polack (verified owner) –
This very holy Sefer influenced me to get even closer to Dveikus, to closeness to HaShem, increasing my Bitachon, my reliance on Him,his stress on humility, on serving HaShem, realizing His Greatness and His chesed. His constant loving kindnesses. Written in both Hebrew and English, it allowed me to improve my Hebrew skills!