The Tzaddik of Yerushalayim – a Documentary

EnglishComing down from the lofty heights of the Yom Kippur liturgy, I felt in need of inspiration for the rest of the year. Some of the greatest Mussar (ethical teachings) come not from books, but from the life of illustrious people.

R’Aryeh Levin was known as the Tzaddik of Yerushalayim, and as I discovered in this most moving documentary, his spirit and work still lives on. This feature is guaranteed to make one laugh and cry several times in succession. It is moving, heart warming and inspiring. A worthy tribute to a man who transcended boundaries.

The full length feature is – for now – no longer available on wejew.com, but there is no guarantee that it will stay up forever, as this movie will probably be distributed through conventional distribution channels. For the full length feature, click here. For information on screenings and distribution, click here (12 Tribe Films).

Below is an embedded preview clip from YouTube:

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2 Responses to The Tzaddik of Yerushalayim – a Documentary

  1. Louise says:

    I read this book during the summer – hard to believe he was for real. Reassuring to see that tzaddikim still exist, also in modern day…
    Gmar tov

  2. excellent.

    for more tzaddikim, we have danny siegel’s mitzvah heroes…. http://www.mitzvahheroesfund.org

    arnie draiman
    http://www.draimanconsulting.com

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