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.