Tisha B’Av Through History - Master Mussar

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Essential MP3 Resource for Tisha B’Av

Can be listened to on the 9th of Av

MP3 files, Chapter by Chapter, word by word.

Every Verse Clearly Read & Explained in English according to the leading commentators, by Rabbi Avarahom Kosman. Highlights from the leading Commentaries are also drawn upon that will leave you inspired and knowledgeable.

This is how it works:
Just place the CD in your computer, or MP3 player, in your car, or wherever you are. Choose the Chapter you want to study, listen and understand as never before. Each sentence is read, inside every word is translated and explained word by word. Special emphasis is given to clarify hard to understand concepts.

Covers the Following:

  • Michtav Eliyahu - The Churban through History
  • Mishna - in Moed Kattan regarding Laws of Mourning
  • Talmud - Story of Kamtza Bar Kamtza
  • Halacha - Mishna Brura Laws of Tisha B’Av

About Rav Eliyahu Dessler :
Rav Eliyahu Dessler (1891-1954) was born into a family of Torah Scholars who specialized in the Branch of Jewish Learning known as ‘Mussar,’ Jewish Ethics. But Rabbi Dessler also had the opportunity to meet outstanding ‘CHABAD’ (‘CHochmah,’Wisdom, ‘Binah,’Insight, ‘Daat,’ Knowledge - the code for the philosophy of Lubavitch Chassidut) thinkers. As head of the Gateshead Kollel in England, he became familiar with Kabbalistic and Chassidic thought, particularly with the thought of Rabbi Tzadok HaCohen. His essays and letters, under the title of ‘Michtav Me’Eliyahu,’ ‘A Letter from Eliyahu,’ have been published in English under the name ‘Strive for Truth.’ His topics include such fundamental issues as free will and faith and how to respond to the Holocaust.

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