Yeshiva Tiferes Moshe recently sponsored two amazing speeches in the Great Neck and West Hempstead communities by Charlie Harary. Crowds packed both events, and all in attendance went home with new perspectives and inspiration.

In Great Neck, Dr. Don Bandari opened the evening by thanking the Yeshiva for the care and concern that they have for each talmid. Dr. Bandari mentioned that he received an email from Rabbi Deutscher, who was in Eretz Yisrael, letting him know that he just finished davening for his YTM talmidim at the Kosel. Rabbi May then welcomed all in attendance, making special mention of a number of YTM students who joined. Charlie Harary then presented a message on chinuch and parenting focused on how we can elevate each person to succeed with proper perspective of what each person can accomplish

In West Hempstead, Rabbi Avi Kramer opened the evening with mention of the success his children have experienced as talmidim at Tiferes Moshe and how attentive the administration is when he has a concern to discuss. Rabbi May then welcomed all in attendance and mentioned that he has a longtime hakaras ha’tov to the Kramer family from a time that they both lived in Milwaukee. The evening’s guest speaker, Charlie Harary, presented a very in-depth analysis of the life of Yosef HaTzadik, from being an only child to the loss of his mother and his eventual slavery and rise to power in Mitzrayim. He discussed the need for our children to have the resilience to always believe that Hashem loves us, as Yosef did through his trials and tribulations.

In both lectures, Charlie stressed the importance of sending children to a school that will allow them to shine and be seen in proper perspective and to be trained to have the resilience needed for all of life’s personal challenges.

The Yeshiva thanks Charlie Harary for his words of inspiration, and the Razi and Kramer families for hosting these Motza’ei Shabbos lectures. To receive a link to these lectures, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..