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  • #608626

    Inquirerr
    Member

    Hello!

    I wanted to know if anyone has the following Rbaonims addresses.I have been going through a tough time such as my dad being diagnosed with cancer.I wanted to ask a couple of questions to some of the Gedolim. I also have some Halcahic Shalos I need to ask.

    Please tell me if you know any of them and pelase list it.

    Thanks!

    1)Rabbi Ovadia Yosef

    2)Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky

    3)Gerer Rebba

    4)Rabbi Nissim Karelitz

    5)Rabbi Berrel Provarsky

    6)Rabbi Shmuel Vosener

    7)Novaminsker rebbe

    8)Rabbi Ahron Leib Shteinman

    9)Rabbi Gershon Edlestein

    10)Rabbi Shmuel Aurbach

    11) Rabbi Yisroel Belsky

    12)Rabbi Dovid Feinstein

    13)Rabbi Reuven Feinstein

    14)Rabbi Yudi Svei

    15)Rabbi Shmuel Kaminetzky

    16)Rabbi Malkiel Kutler

    17)Rabbi Matisyahu Soloman

    18)Rabbi Shlomo Feivel Schustel

    19)Rabbi Newman (rosh yeshiva of BMG)

    20)Rabbi Yeruchem Olshin

    Thanks

    #990167

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    I hope your father has a refuah s’hlaimah.

    That being said, if you halachic questions, why aren’t you starting with your local rav?

    The Wolf

    (Apologies in advance if you did and he gave you this list to go and ask.)

    #990168

    Inquirerr
    Member

    I spoke to my Roshei Yeshiva and he told me to learn 20 minutes a day of Musar. I did that for a month and it didn’t suffice. I was told by my brother to maybe ask some of todays greatest Gedolim. This is an issue more sensitive for any of the rebonim I know. allot of it is Medical questions and just a bracha and some advice.

    Thanks for caring.

    #990169

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Maybe his insurance doesn’t require it.

    #990170

    Inquirerr
    Member

    what?

    #990171

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    I was addressing wolf’s implication that you need your rav’s permission to speak to a gadol.

    #990172

    Inquirerr
    Member

    ok…

    #990173

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    I know your question is important to you, but many questions arent as difficult as you think and most Rabbanim can answer them.

    Gedolim are expremly busy and are always either learning, fundraising or otherwise helping their fellow jews. Its best to minimize contact with them with other than most urgent Shailos

    #990174

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Gedolim are expremly busy and are always either learning, fundraising or otherwise helping their fellow jews. Its best to minimize contact with them with other than most urgent Shailos

    Yes, but balance that with the fact that we gain from our contact with them.

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    #990175

    WIY
    Member

    zahavasdad

    I know people who ask every stupid question that any Rov can answer to Gedolim. This is actually something that should be taken to a Gadol not the eich maasrim bmelach questions!

    #990176

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    I was addressing wolf’s implication that you need your rav’s permission to speak to a gadol.

    I did not imply that at all.

    However, I would think that the proper way to go about things is to ask your local Rav. If he doesn’t know, then he can refer you to someone who does.

    If you don’t think your Rav is capable of answering the question and will be too embarrassed, unwilling or unable to refer you to someone else whom he believes will be able to answer it, then perhaps you need a new Rav.

    The Wolf

    #990177

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    WIY

    He asks his Rov first and his Rov can decide if its need to go to the Gadol or not.

    #990178

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Or perhaps, if I have the oppurtunity to ask someone bigger than my rav, I should.

    It’s if my rav would have an issue with this, that I would feel that I need a new rav.

    Good Shabbos.

    #990179

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    Its not a matter if your Rav has a problem, its a matter of wasting the Gedols time.

    Maybe your question isnt important, but if 500 people felt the same way and asked the Gadol a similar question when it was easier to ask a local rabbi, the Gadol would have more time for more pressing issues.

    OP

    If you want a Bracha from a Gadol, Why not send a Kvitel to BMG and ask for a Bracha from Rav Kotler or Rav Newman

    #990180

    Inquirerr
    Member

    Thank You all for your help! I wanted the addresses I didn’t want to make a whole balei Gan over here. I am going through a very tough time and ruining my self esteem by telling me not to waste gedolim time. My questions are quite important especially some of the Medical Shailos. I don’t think it’s anyone here s place to be telling me what to deal with unless they are going to help me or are going through a similar situation.

    Correct me if I am wrong please.

    #990181

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Inquirerr,

    You are quite correct.

    You can try to reach some through their yeshivos (I’ve reached R’ Shmuel Kamentzky that way).

    Hatzlochah!

    #990182

    Inquirerr
    Member

    Thanks a million!

    #990183

    Y.W. Editor
    Keymaster

    Maybe post his name for Tehillim, so we can all say a kapital or two for him.

    #990184

    Inquirerr
    Member

    His name is Avrahm Eliezer zizman ben chaim moredechai. I am not sure how to post it on the site. I only have internet at home and not in the dorm so I am unfamiliar with the controls.

    #990185

    Torah613Torah
    Participant

    Inquirerr, are you aware that were all the addresses to be posted on the internet, this could cause the gedolim involved a lot of trouble? The internet is a very public place. It’s like posting their addresses on a billboard.

    If you want access to Gedolim, it is safer to ask your Rav or Rosh Yeshiva to help you than to ask on the internet.

    #990186

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    Google is your friend. Write to them and ask for the Bracha

    Beth Medrash Govoha

    617 6th St

    Lakewood, NJ 08701-2754

    Yeshiva Torah Vodaath

    425 E 9th St, Brooklyn, NY, 11218-0112

    Tel: (718)941-8000

    Mesivtha Tifereth Jerusalem of America

    145 E Broadway, New York, NY 10002

    #990187

    yeshivaguy45
    Participant

    Inquirerr what’s his mother’s name? For a choleh it goes by the mother’s name.

    #990188

    Inquirerr
    Member

    Bump

    #990189

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    Avrahm Eliezer zizman ben Bump?

    #990190

    sharp
    Member

    What bump? It’s a bad idea to post addresses online. We in the CR can say Tehilim. Gladly.

    #990191

    zahavasdad
    Participant

    If you really want to know their home addresses and phone number, Just do what everyone else does, go to the Website Intelius and search for the people you want.

    Its no big secret.

    #990192

    myls87
    Member

    Maran Hagaon Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky Shlit”a 21 Rashbam St., Bnei Brak, Israel

    Maran Hagaon Rabbi Shemuel Halevi Vozner Shlit”a 13 Halperin St., Bnei Brak, Israel

    Maran Hagaon Rabbi A.Y.L. Shteinman Shlit”a 5 Chazon Ish st., Bnei Brak, Israel

    Maran Hagaon Rabbi Nisim Karelitz Shlit”a 6 Rabbi Meir St., Bnei Brak, Israel

    #990193

    mully
    Member

    Maran Hagaon Rosh Hayeshiva Rav Sholom Ber Sorotzkin Shlita Beit Shemesh has zechus harabim as does Maran Hagaon Rosh Hayeshiva Rav Leizer Yudel Finkel Shlita of the Mir Yerushalayim. Also they are younger and perhaps more available.Refuah Shleimah!

    #990196

    QuestionForYou
    Participant

    Isn’t Rabbi Kanievsky, Shlita, at 23 Rashbam St. in Bnei Brak?

    #990197

    I know you asked for gedollim but if you have medical shaylos i reccomend reading “the little book for big worries” by rabbi yy rubinstein. He lists many orginazations and people to contact for help in the back of the book.

    By the way the book is geared towards the people dealing with a loved one being sick, and not just for the sick person themselves.

    Rabbi YY Rubinstein is also very reachable and deals with these type of cases often as he unfortunately lost his wife from cancer and speaks a lot about dealing with suffering etc.

    Best of luck and stay strong!

    #990198

    If you are ever in Philadelphia and you go to the mikvah on erev pesach most times Reb Sholom Kaminetzky is there. I was zoche to meet him that way.

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