Wednesday, November 7, 2012

מאה שנה ל"המשך בשעה שהקדימו תער"ב" - מאת הרב נחום גר"וו


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One commenter said it correctly when he commented on the Col Live post about the video: "Rabbi Grunwald is Chabad's biggest secret." Reb Nuchem would surely disagree with that statement. There are lots more "secrets" like that. We often only see and hear the crazies, which is unfortunate, so this is good news.

20 comments:

Pupabavitch said...

Yup - Di Ingerishe kenen besser. He's from the very choshuva 'Arugas Habosem' Grunwald mishpocho (a nephew). I knew his Zaideh Reb Amrom z"l. A big Talmid Chochom.

Go Figure said...

A Puppah Lubavitcher finds himself most comfortable in Lakewood.

Satmarer Mevakesh said...

Pupabavich
" I knew his Zaideh Reb Amrom z"l. A big Talmid Chochom."
where did you meet his ziede?

Kovner said...

Here is a link to another discussion about המשך תרע"ב

://www.video.hageula.com/musicvideo.php?vid=18cf2ae72

The other speaker is also quite interesting (despite being a meshichist...)

moshe moshel said...

As someone who know Reb Nochum, I think he is the last guy that wants to to have his horn tooted in public. To put it mildly.

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

which is why I'm tooting it for him...

Anonymous said...

What's then name of his journal?

AKA

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

היכל הבעש"ט

LeGarMeih said...

The essence of lubavitch is to hoot their horn in public,
If not individually,then he is settle for collectively

gelungene said...

Do you feel a special kinship with him because he is a meshumad like you? Just a lot more gelungen.

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

I do feel a special kinship! And he is more gelungen, than both of us.

Boxed In said...

Gelungen
"Do you feel a special kinship with him because he is a meshumad like you? Just a lot more gelungen. "
why the hate?????
whoever leaves the box is a meshumad???
Wow Wow so harsh

eli said...

"why the hate?????
whoever leaves the box is a meshumad???"


Have you heard how Lubavitchers talk about the ones who left them??

Yehupitz said...

Reb Nochum is a tremendous Talmid Chochom and scholar afilu l'sheetasam. I met him once and his koach hasbara is wonderful to behold.

Thank you for this clip.

Boxed In said...

Eli
"Have you heard how Lubavitchers talk about the ones who left them??"
NO No please inform the crowd of a particular incident.

moshemoshel said...

Isn't the word "jewish" and "tv" an oxymoron?

They should call themselves LubavitchTV r"l.

Tomashover said...

Moshe Moshel
"Isn't the word "jewish" and "tv" an oxymoron?"

isnt a Asifa for Kedishas Yisroel and Mets Baseball stadium a Oxymoron"

moshe moshel said...

Yes, but it has a teretz sanctioned by gedolei yisroel. Television only is sanctioned by Lubavitch and Belz, as I once wrote about, ayin shom.

yaakov said...

"Reb Nochum is a tremendous Talmid Chochom and scholar afilu l'sheetasam. I met him once and his koach hasbara is wonderful to behold."

Yehupitz,
Sorry to nitpick, but as a rov, with secular education, you probably want to post comments with clarity.
Here goes:You underline that he is a talmid chochom and a scholar even "leshitasam", who are you referring to?Nobody here said he is not a talmid chochochom, did they?
Additionally, curious to know how you know he is a "tremendous talmid chochom"? just because you met him once?Or were you just referring to his "koach hasbara" that you saw by meeting him once?
Whichever one it is, you should know, at least as a rov, that meeting someone once, does not tell you all that much about them.
I don't know Rabbi Greenwald at all, I"ve not met him even once, but from this video, he appears to be a thinking person, with good commmunication skills.

yehupitz said...

I wasn't saying anything "l'kanter", or to retort to a misnaged. I was simply sharing my impressions of the man.

By "L'shitasam", I meant the 'academic' world of scholarship, and l'havdil the Torah-article part of the frum world.

I know he is a talmid chochom from having read many of his works over the years. Having spent an afternoon with him, I discovered that what was true in writing was also true "live" as well: We discussed matters and his impressive ability to explain issues was apparent.