"These are the things which Moses commanded before he ascended to heaven" .. "The preparation prepared," will. By Rabbi Moshe Greenwald, Av Beit Din of Khust, author of the "Arogat HaBosem".
The book "Kuntress Te'ena Derba". A will from Rabbi Moshe Greenwald, Av Beit Din of Khust, author of the "Arogat HaBosem" zt "l. In the end are Divrei Torah from the author, which was not printed in the first edition. A famous will from the above-mentioned rabbinic community, which was enclosed in the shadow of the righteous Chassidus.
Printed in second edition by his son Av Beit Din of Yara in Vienna, 1920. Halperin Press & Co. 96 pages.
The will was written by the author in the last year of his death, when he lay on his deathbed from his torment and so did his son's words in his introduction: "Write in holiness and purity with great devotion and preparation, and with terrible and terrible sufferings. And lost .. ". In his will, he commands and instructs his sons and disciples to follow the path of Hasidism as a journey to the righteous of the generation, purity in the mikvah, Torah lishmah and other Hasidic leadership.
Rabbi Moshe Grunwald, owner of the Arogat HaBosem, was one of the greatest rabbis of Hungary at the end of the 19th century, who was born as a firstborn son of Rabbi Amram Greenwald, Katz, a disciple of the Hatam Sofer in Tzahalim and his grandfather Rabbi Yosef Greenwald, who studied at the Pressburg Yeshiva at the age of 16 at the end of his sixteenth year. The first of his life in the city of Humana in Hungary, and in 1887 Rabbi Grinwald was appointed rabbi of the city of Kleinwalden. The rabbi was originally from a non-Hasidic family, which behaves like the custom of the Chatam Sofer. However, from his youth he was associated with Hasidism and traveled to the Admorim of Belz and Shenyava, and from that period he also made sure to wear the Shtreimel. Many of the rabbis of Hungary in the 20th century were students, including students from Hungary, and even from the United States Rabbi Grinwald continued to fight against the Neo-Reform movement, and against any deviation from the tradition of Orthodox Judaism, and in his responsa he refers harshly to changing the place of the cantor from the cantor's page to the stage in the middle of the synagogue. Who wrote - "Arugat HaBosem" .
Condition; Good-fair, no binding. The book's title page is mostly detached with a missing tear in the text. Water stains. Last page - worn.