New Book of Divrei Chizuk from R’ Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin Available in Lakewood Stores

For the first time in almost a decade, Reb Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin was home for the Pesach Seder with his wife, children and grandchildren, fulfilling the mitzvah of vehigadeta levincha in person.

During his time in what he refers to as “The Place Called Prison”, he was only able to fulfill this mitzvah in writing, via his letters and emails. The letters – containing personal accounts of his Pesach experiences behind bars, divrei Torah on the Haggadah and Yetzias Mitzrayim, and divrei chizuk and hisorerus – gave his family and many others strength in the most trying times.

In appreciation to Klal Yisroel for their tefillos and efforts on their behalf, the Rubashkins compiled these letters into a book titled “Inside Out – Zeman Cheiruseinu.” The book is 288 pages long, covering eight years. Each letter and anecdote is permeated with emunah and bitachon and powerful insights, and is a powerful source of chizuk and hisorerus. Although most of these letters focus on inyanim related to Pesach, the messages of emunah and bitachon are relevant to us at all times of the years.

This volume is now available at Lakewood stores for a minimal fee of $3 to help cover the costs of printing and shipping, and online at for $9.99. It can be purchased at Gourmet Glatt, Seasons, FoodEx, Farm Fresh, NPGS – Seagull Sq., Torah Treasures, Zundel Berman Sefarim Stores, and Judaica Plaza.

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