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Learning with Rabbi Warren Goldstein (English)

Chief Rabbi of South Africa

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Learning with Rabbi Warren Goldstein (English): Chief Rabbi of South Africa

Learn a beautiful teaching of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, in loving memory of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. The source text is a sicha for parshat Vayechi from Likkutei Sichos vol.10—as adapted by Rabbi Sacks in his book “Torah Studies”. This sicha is being studied world-wide by Project Likkutei Sichos—an initiative to facilitate the learning of the sichos of the Rebbe.
Likkutei Sichot, Vayechi, Project Likkutei Sichos

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Drew Bangkok January 6, 2021

Thank you, Rabbi Goldstein. Rabbi Sacks of Blessed Memory reminded us that there is a distinction between optimism and hope. He elevated hope beyond mere optimism: the hopeful among us must be proactive in our quest to fulfil hope, something that optimism alone does not require. Reply

Margret F Hollands UK January 2, 2021

Very inspiring .Optimism,worldwide redemption,not just in our lives.Thankyou. Reply

Christopher Murray Simonot Islington, London January 5, 2021
in response to Margret F Hollands :

I agree, this was very enjoyable to receive & contains good emotional intentions. I will have more confidence in speaking to members of the local Jewish community, once I have repaired my body from injury & worked out my spiritual goals for the year. Thank you for addressing in English, I appreciate very much! Reply

Yenew Birhan Sudan Zalinjei. January 1, 2021

Thank you very much about your skillful teaching. It's great. Reply

E.-M.Monhaupt Altona January 1, 2021

Thank You Reply

Erika Norway December 31, 2020

Thank you, Rabbi! Reply

Michael Flanigan Chesapeake December 31, 2020

Beautifully spoken thank you for this enlightened study Reply

Ben Mayo Cape Town December 31, 2020

Thank you Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein for your excellent and outstanding tribute to the memory of Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks. I am indeed privileged to have had the opportunity to have learned the lesson of optimism and freedom you provided. Reply

Vicente Pineda Belize City, Belize, Cenyral America. December 30, 2020

Thank you Rabbi for your very encouraging lesson. Rabbi Sacks was truly a tremendous inspiration to all who dared to listen to the clarity and forcefulness of his words. His writings will certainly carry on his message of truth and hope. Thanks again. Reply

Patrícia de Freitas Dotto Campinas-SP Brazil December 30, 2020

Baruch HaShem, wonderful shiur! Thank you so much! Reply

Albanos Maryland December 30, 2020

Thank you Rabbi for powerful message Reply

Mrs. Ronny Goldstein New York December 30, 2020

Thank you Rabbi Goldstein for your inspirational teaching and outstanding tribute to the memory of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. I am grateful to have had this opportunity to learn the lessons of optimism redemption and freedom. Reply

kim Phillips watkins December 30, 2020

Thank you Reply

Kamil Kamiński UK December 30, 2020

Thank you. Outstanding speech from Rabbi Goldstein. Rabbi Sacks was a great thinker and a good person. I miss him. Reply

Medalit Switzerland December 30, 2020

Thank you very much for a such brilliant participation. We keep Rabbi Sacks’ s legacy alive through learning and participating. Reply

Joseph USA December 30, 2020

Adonay bless his memory Reply

David Kaplan December 25, 2020

Thank you. We are all students of Rabbi Sacks. He is deeply missed. Reply

Marcia Hain Engle Lake Worth, Florida December 30, 2020
in response to David Kaplan:

This discussion of redemption in memory of our Teacher, the Brilliant Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
was truly exquisite. Thank you for the privilege of learning about Acharit Hayamim, and the Redemption in each of our Grasps.
Gratefully,
Marcia Hain Reply