Monday, January 13, 2014

Pictures, Audio, & Source Sheet for Rav Moshe Weinberger's Packed Tu B'Shvat Shiur in Beit Shemesh

The world is so fortunate that it has Rav Moshe Weinberger. B"H, not only we at Aish Kodesh in Woodmere and those who listen to his shiurim in one way or another have access to this remarkable Rav's perspective, but with his new position as Mashpia at YU, his light is spreading even further. I have heard that between 500 and 700 talmidim and rebbeim at many of the yeshivos participating in YU's joint Israel program came to Rav Moshe Weinberger's drasha this past Thursday night at 11 p.m. in Reishit Yerushalayim's hall in Beit Shemesh.
  • Click here to hear the shiur he gave that night.
  • Click here to see a copy of the Beis Yaakov Rav Weinberger quoted in the shiur (courtesy of Daniel Green)
  • And click here to see a number of amazing pictures from that night. See below for a few of the pictures!
In addition, please see below for an email sent out today by Rabbi Josh Frohlich to students and rebbeim in the various YU joint Israel program yeshivos talking about the event. Beautiful! Ashreinu sheyesh lanu Rebbe kazeh!
Dear students, 
If you weren't with us on Thursday night at the late night mishmar with Rabbi Moshe     Weinberger, you seem to have been in the minority. More than 650 talmidim and rebbeim, from about fifteen different yeshivas, joined together at Yeshivat Reishit Yerushalayim's beautiful hall to sing and hear divrei chizzuk from the Mashpia of YU. The energy was palpable from the get-go, as guys began piling in and were clearly excited to see 'all' their friends joining together for a night of inspiration. The anticipation only intensified when the crowd simply burst out dancing as soon as Rav Weinberger walked into the room. After a few opening words from Rabbi Josh Frohlich, it was beautiful to see so many guys singing together- "ish echad b'lev echad". Rav Weinberger then inspired the crowd in a way that only he can, as he shared his stirring divrei chizzuk. We all shared one more dance together before chulent was served and talmidim headed back to their respective yeshivas well after 1:00 am.
We've run many events in the last few years, but none quite like this! It was truly beautiful for all of us to see so many talmidim get together simply to be inspired by Rav Weinberger and by each other. When you join us on campus at YU, you'll have tremendous opportunities to continue to grow in so many ways and join an already existing chevre that you simply can't find anywhere else in the world.
A tremendous yasher koach to all Roshei Yeshiva and Rebbeim who accompanied their talmidim and really added to the ruach, and especially to the talmidim themselves who helped create such a special evening. We hope you enjoy some of the pictures from the event found HERE and feel free to download [or listen online to] Rav Weinberger's divrei chizzuk HERE...
Additionally, Mr. Moish Kranzler, Director of Admissions, will be visiting a number of the yeshivas this week. If you'd like to hear more about some of the wonderful opportunities on campus, please let us know.
Looking forward to seeing you soon,

Rabbi Josh Frohlich, MSW

Assistant Director
YU S. Daniel Abraham Israel Program

Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum (Hebron Fund) and Rabbi Shlomo Katz listening to Rav Moshe Weinberger's shiur

Listening intently

Rav Moshe Weinberger speaking with Rabbi Ari Waxman!

Great shot


Rabbi Dovid'l Weinberg and his talmidim at the shiur

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Anonymous said...

Pilay Pla'im, what a kiddush hashem. This is not the first time we've heard Rebbe admit what we are all noticing: he seems MORE energized lately - the exact opposite of what we were all worried about when he took on this additional tafkid from hkb"h. unreal.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Dixie - it's great to see the Rabbi Weinberg's Torah is being redeemed from the captivity of the pay wall.

I anxiously await the day when Aish Kodesh follows suit and realizes that the spiritual benefit from releasing Rabbi Weinberg's Torah far awaits any monetary benefit they are currently receiving.

Keep up the redemption work!

Anonymous said...

The RMW site is 6$ a month. Do you think that goes towards anything other than maintenance??? Every time I think of cutting that out of our monthly budget, I smack myself. hard.