Rabbi Yechiel Bussi
Head of Kollel and Gemach Chasdei Zion
"...the ultimate completion attained from Halacha is to walk with it in holiness, and to awaken the roots of the souls of Yisrael in the Torah..."
Rabbi Yechiel Bussi- Head of Kollel and Gemach Chasdei Zion
Kislev 5769 (i.e. 12/2008)
Blessing and Appreciation
"The heaven will be happy and the land will rejoice" for your beautiful composition "Ach Tov L’Yisrael" - its name fitting it. And even though I know I am a simple man, I came here to fulfil my friend's request- Rabbi Chaim Kachlon Shlit"a, to give my blessing to his dear son, the precious Torah scholar Rabbi Efraim Kachlon Shlit"a, wise beyond his years and above and beyond genius since childhood.
Therefore, I am extremely glad and honoured to see that there is still hope, and that because God has mercy on his nation Yisrael, He plants young Torah scholars that are showing us their strength and desire to study Torah, and make themselves a vessel by writing.
And I give him a simple man's blessing that God will enlighten his eyes with His holy Torah and he will merit to aim to its truth, and in his greatness shall be his humbleness and he will merit to sanctify his body and always pray to God. May he merit to have Divine Assistance and clear guidance in all his deeds and endeavours, especially for ruling halacha. As it was clarified in the Moharan that the ultimate completion attained from Halacha is to walk with it in holiness, and to awaken the roots of the souls of Yisrael in the Torah, and distinguish between the good and the bad, which is the primary goal in rectifying man.
"A smart son shall make his father rejoice" " Happy shall be your father and rejoice will your mother" May you spread out your Torah to every house in Yisrael, with the strength and merit of all the righteous sages in our generation and real righteous ones past generations. May we merit to see the redemption of Zion with our eyes, speedily and in our days, Amen, may it be His will.
With Blessings of the Torah
Rabbi Yechiel Bussi shlit”a