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Yosef Goldstein

Rabbi Yosef Goldstein (1927-2013) was a lifelong Jewish educator within the ḤaBaD Lubavitch movement. Beginning in 1953, he began recording the farbrengen gatherings of his rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Affectionately known as Uncle Yossi, for many years he served as a principal at Bais Yaakov in Borough Park.


Hashem is Everywhere! — a song by Rabbi Yosef Goldstein (1972)

Contributed on: 29 Dec 2022 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Yosef Goldstein |

The pedagogical song “Hashem is Everywhere!” by Rabbi Yosef Goldstein (1928-2013) can be found in the context of his story, “Where is Hashem?,” the second track on his album מדות טובות Jewish Ethics Through Story and Song (Menorah Records 1972). In the instructions to reciting the lyrics, the singer points first to the six cardinal directions and lastly, by pointing inward towards one’s self. In so doing, one explicitly affirms the idea of the divine within ourselves and implicitly, in each other. . . .

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