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Torat Chaim: The Righteousness of Noach Print E-mail

parshaThe 12th of Shevat is the Yahrtzeit of Rav Tzvi Hersh Shor (1635), author of Toras Chaim. Noach’s praise is limited in the verses because he should not have waited until after the flood to make offerings to God, but before, when they could have protected his generation.

Noach is called a righteous man in his “generations,” plural, because he brought good to all future generations, but none to his specific generation.(Torat Chaim – Eiruvin, Chapter 2)

The 12th is also the Yahrtzeit of:

Rav Baruch Kapilish of Lublin (1739).

Rav Meir Atlas, one of the foremost rabbis in Lithuania in the late 1800s and early 1900s. (1848-1926) He helped found the Yeshiva of Telshe in 1875 and brought Rav Eliezer Gordon to head it. Rav Meir's daughter, Michle was married to Rav Elchonon Wasserman, Rosh Yeshiva of Baranovich. Rav Meir first served as Rav in Libau, Kurland , and subsequently in Salant, Kobrin, and Shavli.

Rav Shmuel Chamoula (1942-2004).


Rav Shabtai Aton [Atun], Rosh Yeshivas Reishis Chochmah (1925-2006). Born in Yerushalayim's Old City to Rav Ben-Tzion, one of the ten founders of Yeshivas Porat Yosef in the Old City , Reb Shabtai learned at his father’s yeshiva and was appointed as Rav of the Yerushalayim neighborhood of Malcha. In 1957, he was appointed as the spiritual leader of Yeshivas Porat Yosef, under the Roshei Yeshiva, Rav Ezra Attiah and Rav Yaakov Addas. It was at this time that the Yeshiva moved from the Old City to Geulah. In Teves 1960, Rav Aton was widowed and left with four small children. In 1967, he opened Yeshivas Reishis Chochmah. At first, the Yeshiva was located in the Yerushalayim neighborhood of Mekor Baruch, after which it moved to its present location in Sanhedria Murchevet.
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