I am a rabbi who loves teaching, through writing and speaking. In 1999, my wife and I started our own Chabad House and it's grown exponentially. I'm also the learning director at Chabad House of Johannesburg, a high school teacher and the father of young children. As you can imagine, I get to answer lots of questions every day. I'd be glad to answer your questions on Judaism, Jewish spirituality and practice.
I have been a practicing Orthodox rabbi since 1997 and have headed my own community since 1999. I teach Talmud at a religious high school in Johannesburg and give daily lectures to adults on Jewish practice, spiritualty, Chassidic philosophy and Kabbalah. I'm the campus rabbi at our two major universities in Johannesburg.
Chabad-Lubavitch South African Rabbinical Association.
Monthly column in Jewish Life magazine, South Africa. Jewish Tradition, South Africa. Jewish Report, South Africa. South African Union of Jewish Students annual Holiday guide. Jewish Observer, South Africa. Nshei Chabad Newsletter, NY. Jewish Online Magazine. www.chabad.org
After completing high scool, I spent six years studying in Rabbinical seminaries in South Africa, Israel and New York.
www.chabad.org www.askmoses.com ChaiFM (www.chaifm.com) Jewish Life magazine
Orthodox Judaism is my life- it guides me in all I do. I find it inspiring, focusing and meaningful.
Torah is endless- I want to keep learning and discovering.
There's really nothing orthodox about Judaism.
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