The students are waiting for me ...

The students are waiting for me ...

The shiurim strengthened me and helped me pass along the message to my students. Thanks to our Beit-Midrash every year I arrive before the holidays, walk into the classroom for 15 minutes, give a brief summary on the issue at hand, ask questions and answer them in the course of our time together. The students are enthusiastic and remain curious, and look forward to our next meeting… I acquired this confidence in our Beit-Midrash.

Yafa Cohen Participates in Beit-Midrash
The students are waiting for me ...

Throughout the week my friends and I look forward to the shiurim at the Beit Midrash. We are always curious to see who the lecturer is this week. Each and every one of the lecturers is interesting, moving, and effects our inner selves. They built up my confidence so that I am more at ease teaching the relevant contents. Due to the Beit-Midrash I arrive on my day off before Rosh-Hashana, Channukah, Purim, and Shavuot, enter the classroom for 15 minutes, review the issue at hand, present questions and provide answers. The surprising thing is that the students remain curious and ask me when I will be coming again because it was very interesting. It is worth noting that I received the confidence to do what I do at the Beit-Midrash.