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Saturday, 20 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 25, 2019

    The Story of Reb Amnon

    Ahead of the High Holidays, storyteller Rabbi Sholem Perl of Los Angeles takes you back to the 12th century, bringing the story of Reb Amnon of Mainz to life. Audio

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    big big big fan from down under
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    big big big fan from down under

    dont stop
    keep climbing
    higher n higher sholom!!!

    story of Rabbi Amnon
    Guest
    story of Rabbi Amnon

    see Igros kodesh from the Rebbe Vol 9 P 65, were the Rebbe questions this story if it is true, because according to Halacha it is forbidden to cause harm to oneself.

    The best rebbe!
    Guest
    The best rebbe!

    The only rebbe to make Melaveh Sundays!
    The best 6th grade rebbe we could have had.
    Still remember the apt on the corner of Kingston and Eastern Parkway.

    And who can forget the “it’s 2:20, time for Mincha” at a cliffhanger in your daily stories!

    We love you Sholom!

    Wishing you an easy life and much nachas. Youre a good man and Hashem will reward you.

    SZ Sepulveda

    yudi!!!!!!!!
    Guest
    yudi!!!!!!!!

    bs”d

    great job yudi!!!

    hey thats yudi
    Guest
    hey thats yudi

    its my cousin yudi !!!

    nice voice

    my rebbi!
    Guest
    my rebbi!

    I am preparing to send my son to third grade in the morning, rabbi perl was my rebbe in third grade.
    What a teacher.
    Does.anyone remember the yellow paint stories?

    Big fan of Rabbi Perl!!
    Guest
    Big fan of Rabbi Perl!!

    Great story and lesson! Keep it coming!!

    Whoa dude!
    Guest
    Whoa dude!

    Great Story!

    fellow educater
    Guest
    fellow educater

    Look in the Siddur. It’s “nishmosee b’chemlah” not ” b’chemlah rabbah”.

    wow nice story
    Guest
    wow nice story

    very animated!

    Sorry for my lack of knowledge
    Guest
    Sorry for my lack of knowledge

    Were is this story written.

    Response to Igros comment
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    Response to Igros comment

    The story is written in the storeyteller – for one source, which is where Rabbi Perl told the story from.
    Concerning the rebbes igros: perhaps u should look at it a little closer bc the rebbe doesn’t doubt “the story”. The rebbe merely doubts whether r amnon actually paskened something that would hurt himself. The story as a whole is true, and is the reason we have unisaneh tokef.

    It's nice to hear your voice again
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    It's nice to hear your voice again

    i am 35, and still remember rabbi perl’s stories from third grade in LA. i still remember the faithful mission and golem stories. when I read these stories in the original books which you probably got them from, does not do the story justice. the third grade version i heard from you were much better. your stories kept us interested and excited to learn. it’s nice to hear you voice again, it has not changed much. Hatzlacha Raba !!

    An old student!!

    good story
    Guest
    good story

    rabbi amnon and rabbi solom and others are really good at the play.
    an old friends sister

    is this story true?
    Guest
    is this story true?

    as mentioned earlier The Rebbe in Igros Kodesh Vol 9 P 65, questions according to Halacha it is forbidden to cause harm to oneself.
    if one is to tell this story, the correct way is to repeat it with the Rebbe’s Comments.
    K’siva V’chasima Tova to all!

    True Mensch
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    True Mensch

    I have had the privledge of personally hearing some of Rabbi Perls great stories.Not only is he a great story teller but a true mensch who has a sincere ahavas Yisrael!!

    Ex-ULYnik in Far Rockaway
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    Ex-ULYnik in Far Rockaway

    Right there with #3, “Melave Zuntig” and “Melave Muntig” were special along with a trip to Bushkill Falls (remember?) I never knew that R. Perl is from London. My kids still ask me about the picture with me wearing R. Perl’s special Tzivos Hashem officer’s cap.

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