Rabbi Zelig Pliskin Author of “Life is Now”, “Building Your Self Image”, “Anger the Inner Teacher”, “Conversations with Yourself”, “Harmony with Others” and more (click here for more)
Rabbi Shlomo Singer, Rosh HaYeshiva of the Passaic Torah Institute and Head of the New Jersey branch of Neve Yerushalayim
“I’ve known Rabbi Aryeh Nivin for many, many years and he gives excellent Shiurim. I have people in my Yeshiva and community that just rave about him and he changes their lives, literally.
The following is an oral Haskama from the Pittsburger Rebbe of Ashdod:
It says “Lev tahor bera li Elokim, v’ruach nachon chadesh b’kirbi” (“A pure heart create for me Hashem and a pure spirit renew in me.”)
Every Yid is always looking to connect in a way that he should be able to make his Guf, his mind, ideas and his whole self, be happy and agreeable with his Neshama.
And that means that his Gashmiyusdika life and his Ruchniyusdika life should be in line with each other.
Sometimes a person needs guidance in order to achieve this. And sometimes in life even if we know about Torah and Mitzvos and we know about what is right and wrong, we tend to get mixed up and not realize who we are. And sometimes this gets in the way of getting close to Hakadosh Baruch Hu.
I know Rabbi Nivin for quite a few years and I know Baruch Hashem of his great work. And I’ve heard from many people that feel very much that they are constantly gaining in achieving this most important goal of life.
So I advise anybody that is looking and feels that he needs to grow in this area that he will gain by being part of Rabbi Nivin’s shiurim.
Hashem should give you Hatzlacha and Nachas all the time.
Rabbi Michel Twerski, of Congregation Beth Jehudah of Milwaukee
“You do wonderful things!”
“You should have great hatzlacha.”
Rebbetzin Feige Twerski of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
“I’m happy to give my haskama, from the experience I’ve had from the people who have taken your course. It’s made such a huge difference, and the proof is in the cake, and we have wonderful cakes here [in our community]”
“I think it is just wonderful what you are doing.”
“I would recommend the course to anyone growth orientated and who is interested in their personal growth and the growth of their relationships.”
“You should have continued hatzlacha and be the right shliach for people.”