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Aharon Roth

Rabbi Aharon Roth (אהרן ראטה‬, רבי אהרל'ה) known as Reb Arele (1894 − 1947), was a Hungarian Hasidic rebbe and Talmudic scholar. He first established a Ḥasidic community he called Shomer Emunim (Guardian of Faith) in the 1920s in Satu Mare and in the 1930s in Berehovo, before he settled in Jerusalem, where he also founded a Ḥasidic community of the same name.


הַל״ב מִצְוֺת הַתְלוּיוֹת בַּלֵּב | Thirty-two Mitsvot One Can Do With Consciousness Alone, by Reb Ahrele Roth (trans. Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi & Hillel Goelman)

Contributed on: 04 Aug 2018 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Zalman Schachter-Shalomi | Hillel Goelman | Aharon Roth |

A good preparation and a bridge for the next phase of prayer, as you enter into the world of B’riyah,[foot]i.e., the Shaḥarit service beginning with the blessings prededing the Shema[/foot] is Reb Ahrele Roth’s list of Mitsvot One Can Do With Consciousness Alone. Reb Ahrele Roth, a”h, wrote a list of 32 mitsvot whose fulfillment is completed in the brain, the heart and the mouth. (The Hebrew alphabetical equivalent of 32 is ל”ב, the letters of which spell the Hebrew word LEV for Heart.) –Reb Zalman . . .

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