Our good friends and the Jewish world's leading filmmakers at my old Alma Mater Aish HaTora (Rabbinical Class of 1992) will prove to you that Yeshiva boys are definitely not nerds and that Yiddishkeit is definitely cool. Try to top this:
If you're having fun being a Jew, you're doing the right thing. Here's Naftali Kalfa, Piamenta, and Shyne with their version of Rebbe Nachman's "The Whole Word is a Narrow Bridge." Call your kids to see this too. Yiddishkeit is cool...
This week has been designated "It's Cool to be a Jew" week on the Beams. We'll start with my esteemed friend who has been proclaimed as one of the world's six most legendary combat-arts Grand Masters, "Aluf Abir", Rabbi Yehoshua Sofer, whose family has preserved the ancient Israeli form of combat arts known as Abir, which means "knight" or "bold one." I took Rabbi Yehoshua to see the Melitzer Rebbe; the Melitzer was amazed at the depth and the breadth of his Torah knowledge. As the Grand Master of Abir, "Mori" (Yemenite for rabbi and teacher) Yehoshua is sought after by military special forces and law-enforcement agencies from around the world. Look and see why:
There's nothing like a melody to ward off sadness and depression, and there's no one like my cherished spiritual brother Shlomo Katz to come up with special niggunim. What wonderful children Hashem has! Big Beam blessings for a wonderful Shabbat!
Here is an amazing 3-minute clip where Rabbi Glazerson shows how Uman, Chasidut Breslev, and Rav Arush's worldwide efforts of spreading emuna appear in the Torah Codes. I thank Hashem every moment for granting me the privilege of being Rav Arush's mouthpiece in English. Check this out, it's amazing: