In honor of Chof Av, yahrzeit of Harav Levi Yitzchok Schneerson, who always had an open home and helped Yidden of all backgrounds, master storyteller Rabbi Sholem Perl released three stories decipting acts of chessed.
On Chof Av, in Honor of Reb Levi Yitzchok׳s נ׳׳ע, who exemplified the epitome of Ahavas Yisroel and Gemilus Chasodim Rabbi Sholem Perl has released three stories. Reb Levi Yitzchok always had an open home and helped Yidden of all backgrounds, with great love, passion and Mesiras Nefesh.
We present Rabbi Perl’s TRIPLE RELEASE of stories depicting ACTS OF TREMENDOUS CHESED.
1. WHERE’S MY ZAIDA?
What did the Tzemach Tzedek do to earn the illustrious visit from his Zaida, the Alter Rebbe from his lofty chambers in Gan Eden?
LESSON: By being sensitive and giving towards the poor and needy, this wonderful Middah/ trait of Kindness will surely bring us Hashem’s Brachos -Blessings.
2. THE SURPRISE VISITOR
A horse-shoe maker dedicated his life to learning a Gemara. Who was the surprise visitor when he turned 90. Why was the Rabbi confused?
LESSON: As long as we put our best and sincerest effort into our Torah learning and Davening, we are able to create special Malachim/Angels. These Malachim/Angels then look after us and care for us, in both this world and in the world to come!!
3. THE BEGGARS BRACHA
The stargazer warns Rabbi Akivah of an upcoming danger. Will his prediction come true? How did a crack in the wall help?
LESSON: Whenever you are faced with an opportunity to help the poor and needy by performing the Mitzvah of Tzedakah, grab the chance, It may just save your life!!
Visit www.RabbiPerlStories.com to hear more stories that capture the imagination of children of all ages, with theatrical drama, music, and sound effects, while teaching precious meaningful and timeless messages derived from the rich Chassidic tales of our past.
While our listeners experience the lives of Mesiras Nefesh and Emuna of the great Tzadikim, they are inspired and infused with Yiras Shamayim, Middos Tovos, Emuna and Bitachon, and a love for their Yiddishkeit practice.