Why am I telling you all this? I had called him to ask permission to show some of the videos that he had made over the years, especially the one on Purim that he videoed this week. I have seen so many videos and read so many words of Torah about Purim that I questioned: what could I learn new? To my great surprise, I was overwhelmed with learning very new aspects of Purim in the same way that the Rabbi’s writings were a breath of fresh learning air for me. The most important lesson for you to pay attention to is not the message of Purim but learning a lot about yourself, your life and the way you are in this world by design from Hashem.
Watch this video in its entirety; don’t miss a word; it is well worth your time (I have already watched it twice, and have learned each time):
I also started a review of his Yeshivah to find a very beautiful source of learning. I will give more information about that soon, since I anticipate all the Jews of the world being here soon. I hope to expand his program to cover tens of thousands of new Bochorim when they get here. Bochorim are young unmarried men: youths; specifically: students in a Talmudic academy — called also a yeshiva bocher (singular).