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Yossy Goldman

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Rabbi Yossy Goldman was sent by the Rebbe to South Africa in 1976, where he was founding director of the country’s first Chabad House. In 1986, with the Rebbe’s guidance, he accepted the invitation to become the rabbi of the iconic Sydenham Shul, where he is now Life Rabbi Emeritus. He is also president of the South African Rabbinical Association and often represents the Jewish faith on South African radio and television.

His first book, From Where I Stand, was published by KTAV in 2012 and has since been reprinted. His sermons have been translated into Hebrew, Spanish, Russian and German, among other languages.
How do we look at our houses? Do we only see the external—physical residences with roofs and walls—or are we in touch with the inner home, the deeper, spiritual purpose of a house?
If men chosen by Moses could have gone off the deep end, why should we be surprised when others do the same?
How do we balance the old with the new, the ancient and venerable with the latest and greatest?
Only G‑d knows what we truly need in our lives at any given time.
How many of us say, “Don’t rely on me,” or, “Don’t count on me”? But we all count. And, yes, we do count on you.
How often do we hear the accusation that “Jews only look after their own?”
if we lift ourselves up just a little higher, we can see how small the world really is.
Only authenticity works and regenerates. Everything else will fail, sooner or later.
Hearing only half a conversation and drawing conclusions can be dangerous.
Her friends were all telling her that she was making her life more difficult by refusing to cohabit before marriage.
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