Rabbi Nachman Seltzer


Internationally acclaimed author and speaker Rabbi Nachman Seltzer will be speaking at the Levi Yitzchak Family Center. His lectures are filled with inspirational Torah ideas and concepts, laced with his unique brand of incredible stories, leaving listeners moved and empowered for the future.

Rabbi Nachman Seltzer will be speaking at the Levi Yitzchak Family Center on Wednesday, November 7, 7 p.m. The Levi Yitzchak Library is located at 564 Central Avenue in Cedarhurst. To sponsor this or other programs, contact 516-374-2665 or info@lylibrary.org.

Rabbi Nachman Seltzer is the author of 29 books, including such classics as The Network, The Link and The Shadows (fiction); Child of War, Heaven’s Tears (biographies), and most recently sharing with the world the teachings of the Rabbi Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, the Zera Shimshon. Rabbi Shimshon, a brilliant 18th-century Italian Talmudic sage, had said that “…you [who learn the Torah of the Zera Shimshon] will see children, and children’s children, like olive shoots around your tables, wise and discerning, and homes filled with everything good, and wealth and honor…”

Rabbi Nachman Seltzer brings us this unique book, the Zera Shimshon, combining three elements. (1) The sefer Sefer Zera Shimshon brings insightful and compelling explanations of the Chumash. This volume features selections from the sefer, several short and compelling pieces on every parashah, to give the reader a taste of the spiritual delights of Zera Shimshon. (2) The Zera Shimshon’s commentary on each parashah is followed by a true story, told in Rabbi Nachman Seltzer’s inimitable style, which enhance our understanding of the Zera Shimshon’s teachings, plus stories about the segulah’s power—more than 80 stories altogether. (3) The segulah. In his introduction, Rav Nachmani promises great blessings to those who learn his work — and in the past decades, we’ve seen that promise come true! Hundreds have found their deepest requests answered after learning the Torah of Zera Shimshon. Perhaps yours will be, too.



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