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After “Kavati Et Moshavi”, Comes The Moving Ballad About His Love For Torah

After “Kavati Et Moshavi”, Comes The Moving Ballad About His Love For Torah

Aaron Razel is one step closer to releasing his new album, “Kavati“.”I made the theme of these songs became a summer anthem seat across sectors, yards and facilities. Hit describes the current way of Razel, in the Beit Hamedrash and his immersion in Torah. Now comes the musical answer, for those who really want to join the world of Torah, but the hassles of income, prevent them from doing so. “Da’ati Aleiha” continues the line of Torah study, but brings another angle, angle of comfort.

Razal offers anyone who wants to learn Torah, do not despair and worry about there being no time and concerns of the day, and just think of all the time on it. The song is based on the things which one of the greatest Poskim of our generation the author of “Chochmas Odom” who himself was a merchant and had to earn a livelihood. Preface to his sefer says Rabbi that although he had to go out and earn a living from trade, since which, he felt he never left Internally the Torah, and always thought it was (Torah), she (the Torah), I did not. Fact, he has come to prominence in the Torah!

I think it is a moving ballad about love Torah, song of longing tear glistening in it. This is the song of a man walking with his truth to the end sweet devotion to Torah. Aaron Razel shows talent and sensitivity to the practical alternative for those who really want to, but it’s not out.

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