aggadahÂ thoughts in the handwriting of Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv.
Words of aggadah regarding "Nachamu nachamu ami"; teachings in the name of the Dubno Maggid; the connection between the obligation to marry a wife and have descendants and "Od yishama b'arei Yehuda...kol...chatan v'kol kallah"; the power of routine; the obligation to search and scrutinize for mistakes and past sins; listening to the prophets' rebukes depends on a person's sadness or happiness, and other matters of aggadah and mussar.Â
We have not checked if the thoughts before us were previously printed.
Rabbi Yosef Shalom Elyashiv [1910-2012], born in the city of Siauliai, Lithuania,Â his parent's only son after 17 years of marriage. Immigrated with his family to Israel in 1924, and settled in the Meah Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem. Served as a Dayan on the Beit Din HaGadolÂ and later became the foremost halachic ruler of the generation.Â
 lined leaf written in cramped writing on both sides. 15x21 cm.Â