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Movers and Shakers: Sixty Prominent
Personalities Speak Their Mind on Tape

By Elliot Resnick

“A fascinating, surprising journey through an assortment of interesting Jewish topics from culture to adventure to philosophy to the existential threats we face as a nation. A highly recommended read.”

                                       — Aaron Klein, New York Times bestselling author and WABC radio host

“Elliot Resnick has interviewed many diverse and fascinating people in his journalistic career. He has brought these people to life and attention through these provocative and revealing interviews. This book will inform and even inspire. I recommend it highly to all.”   

                  — Rabbi Berel Wein, popular historian, author, and founder of the Destiny Foundation


These interviews are always informative and and presented in a very pleasant fashion. I enjoyed reading them.
   

                           — Rabbi Hershel Schachter, rosh yeshiva, Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchanan

 

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        A chassidic rebbe was once asked: “If you could save one thing from your burning home, what would it be?” “The fire” answered the Rebbe, “because it is the 'brenn' [the fire, the passion] which makes life worth living.” Indeed, without an inner fire burning in the soul of man, there is no real life. Life becomes meaningful only when man “burns from within” for his ideals and his determination in life. 
                                                                                                           — Rabbi Dr. Nathan Lopes Cardozo 
Perfection: The Torah Ideal

By Rav Dov Katz

 

“Rav Dov Katz is not someone who needs my haskama.  He was one of the gedolei hamussar.” 

                         — Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky, rosh yeshiva, Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia
 


“I remember my father enjoying reading Tenu’as HaMussar when it came out. He encouraged me to read it, told me I would enjoy it, and I did.  It’s a very, very good sefer.”      
                           
                        — Rabbi Hershel Schachter, rosh yeshiva, Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchok Elchanan


“Any student of Lithuanian Jewry, mussar, and the modern yeshiva movement will want to read this book.”                                                    
                                         — Zalman Alpert, periodical and reference librarian, Yeshiva University
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