For the first time in almost a decade, Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin will be home for the Pesach Seder with his wife, children and grandchildren, fulfilling the mitzvah of vehigadeta levincha in person. During his time in a place called prison, he was only able to fulfill this mitzvah in writing, via his letters and emails. The letters – containing personal accounts of his Pesach experiences behind bars, divrei Torah on the Haggadah and Yetzias Mitzrayim, and divrei chizuk and hisorerus – gave his family strength in the most trying times.
In appreciation to Klal Yisroel for their tefillos and efforts on their behalf, the Rubashkins have compiled these letters into a book titled “Inside Out – Zeman Cheiruseinu.” This volume is available at select stores for $3 to help cover the costs of printing and shipping, and online at alephbeisgimmel.com for $9.99. A list of stores where the book can be purchased can be found at www.alephbeisgimmel.com/book-site.
The book is 288 pages long, covering eight years. Each letter and anecdote is permeated with emunah and bitachon and powerful insights, a source of chizuk and hisorerus just in time for Pesach.