Forthcoming Book Presents Torah, Chassidus Mysteries

One of the Torah’s popular categories is “remez,” which is also common in the teachings of Harav Levi Yitzchak, the Rebbe’s father. A forthcoming book presents these remazim in an interesting and easy-to-follow style.

One of the Torah’s popular categories is “remez,” which was a particular area of expertise of the Rebbe‘s father, the renowned mekubal Harav Levi Yitzchak, as the Rebbe often noted.

It’s evident that this aspect holds a special place in the hearts of many Jews. Even those who find it challenging to delve into complex topics in Halacha or Chassidus enjoy hearing a gematria, roshei teivos, or similar types of Torah interpretations.

Several leading Jewish figures have particularly engaged with the theme of remez, among whom the Baal Haturim is well-known. Especially among mekubalim, such as Arizal, his students, and their successors, we find many such remazim. Naturally, Chassidus also contain numerous remazim, especially in the teachings of the Tzemach Tzedek and in the works of Harav Levi Yitzchak.

A book soon to be published, now in its final editing stages, compiles hints from Midrashim, early Jewish sages, and especially from Kabbalistic and Chassidic teachings, especially from Likkutei Levi Yitzchak.

What sets this collection apart from others on these topics is its accessible and clear language, making the majority of these hints understandable even to the layperson. On the other hand, even accomplished scholars can discover many novel ideas in this book, particularly through the references and notes that guide readers to explore the topics more broadly and deeply in the cited sources.

This book is written in language that is suitable even for those not yet familiar with Chassidus, and it is highly appropriate for rabbis preparing sermons on the parsha, mechanchim, and anyone who loves to learn new and interesting insights on the parsha.

The main editor is Rabbi Menachem Mendel Reitzes, shliach in Kiryat Gat, Eretz Yisroel, with the assistance of Rabbi Moshe Link of Beitar and Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Margalit, shliach in Ashdod.

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