LISTEN: A Rebbi Speaks from Heart Upon His Talmid’s Tragic Petirah

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This heartfelt thoughts were delivered by Rav Avshi Weingot, rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Shalom Rav in Tzefas, upon the passing of his talmid this week. Rav Avrohom Shimon is a talmid of Rabbi Yitzchok Meir Morgenstern and a certified life coach. He is rosh yeshiva of Yeshiva Shalom Rav alongside his father, Rav Rafael Weingot, and has been involved in the yeshiva since the year 2002. He has an original way of answering challenging questions, bringing lofty concepts down to a level accessible to today’s young people. He understands them, appreciates them, and inspires them, and is with them as they build themselves up.




  1. I don’t necessarily agree with all his suggestions but nevertheless his main point of keeping friendships alive is %100 percent right. We must get out of our daled amos and be michazek each other. Put aside the stereotypes and give a smile and good word to a chaver. At the end of the day, we’re all brothers. We’re all good people. Someone who truly cares, can discern when a chaver is not his usual self. We’ve got make time for others.

  2. Rav Avshi is a tzaddik. I wonder how many neshamos he has saved. Just listening to him speak gives chizuk to me, a grown and accomplished man. Rav Avshi, chazak. May we hear you speak to us with words of chizuk on happy occasions.

  3. every word he said is true!!!! today the yetzer harah eats us up any way he can. especially if we are by ourselves. thats regular protocol today for the vulture like yetzer harah. he drills at our thoughts causing us to get emotionally mixed up and ……..boom! the burnt out yeshivah bochur……….the bais yaakov eleventh grader……. the 32 year old mother of two……..the 46 year old father who has alot going on his life………its endless……… being together with others we feel worth and a connection ….then life has a little more meaning. dont forget we get a shoulder to lean on too.


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