There's More to the Story
When you read a story from Rabbi Yechiel Spero, you know there will be more. More inspiration. More surprises. More lessons and more uplift.
· A young American boy trapped in Siberia finds a unique way to hear shofar on Rosh Hashanah.
· A loner, dependent on his neighbors in Lakewood. A washing machine that keeps breaking down. A story that will change the way you look at the power of chesed.
• An elderly woman who’d rejected her teacher, Sarah Schenirer, finds her way back to Yiddishkeit almost seven decades later, with the help of a young Bais Yaakov student.
And so many more. Stories about the man who ran the world’s most grueling marathon – in his bedroom, where he was trapped by Covid-19. About the Holocaust survivor who told the judge he’d earned his doctorate – in the university of life. About the mixup that sent a gorgeous three-layered cake to a young boy’s classroom siyum, and ensured he would stay Torah-observant many years later.
These stories are, indeed, a treasure trove, gems sparkling with emunah, ahavas Yisrael, and the power of prayer and hashgachah pratis: a precious gift from a master storyteller.