Rabbi Simcha Bunim of P’shischa (Przysucha)

Today, 12 Elul is the Yahrtzeit of  R’ Simcha Bunim of P’shischa (1827) ben R’ Tzvi, talmid of the Chozeh and the Yid HaKodosh.  Here is a small Torah of his from kollel.org

Rabbi Simcha Bunim of Przysucha explains:

May my discourse come down as the rain…

The hallowed words of the Torah may be likened to rain. While the rain falls we still cannot see the benefit it brings to the trees, the plants, and the soil. It is only later, when the sun shines again, that we can see what the rain has wrought. We find the same to be true with regard to the words of the Torah. While they are uttered, we still cannot see what they will accomplish on earth, but, in the end, all will know what they have wrought.

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