Close your eyes, breathe in deeply, now exhale slowly… That was easy, wasn’t it? Not for everyone…
The Beast that Crouches at the Door is a good way to begin a new look at the Chumash that may change the way you view Torah study. It is also a good introduction into the wonderful approach of Rabbi David Fohrman, who has figured out a way to share his inimitable voice without saying a word.
About the Author: Shlomo Greenwald is associate editor of The Jewish Press.
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We studied his seforim together, we listened to famous cantorial masters and we spoke of his illustrious yichus, his pedigree, dating back to the famous commentator, Rashi.
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