The Three Shepherds
Rabbi Avraham Elkanah Kahana Shapira's regular classes at the yeshiva and in his home were, more than anything else, what transformed the yeshiva's students into Torah personalities immersed in the sea of the Talmud and guided by sound reasoning
The Festivals of Tishrei and the Sanctity of Israel
Abraham, a "father of many nations," could not imagine that the greatness he was to acquire through the binding of his son would remain a personal possession and not make its impact felt upon the other young men, the servants that were with him.
Repentance and Redemption in the Life of the Nation
In business, a specific, limited vision suffices, for this is enough to breath life into an economic system. However, when it comes to the life of a people and a state, a much larger and more comprehensive vision is called for to uplift the nation.