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Could he really make a person become a baal teshuvah ... in the space of two minutes?
A nasty airline agent, a messed-up flight – and a mother’s tears. Yes, the impossible sometimes happens.
There are some people who can’t live “same old, same old” lives. People not satisfied with mediocrity, who seek growth and are not afraid of challenge.
People who want to “live higher.”
Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky knows all about those kind of people, and he knows the stories they tell. He’ll tell you about the barber who brought an angry young man back to Torah observance – with a shaver. The terror victim, still suffering from his wounds, limping towards the shul’s menorah to light a candle of defiance and faith. Stories of hashgachah, emunah, and transcendence. Stories that show how people can live higher. Stories that inspire us to live higher as well.