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The Lens: Issue 959

The two brothers chose to bond in the way they knew best

Avisitor to Lakewood’s Kol Shimshon shul entered one of its batei medrash hoping to find ten men ready to daven. With a sigh, he noted that only two were present and resigned himself to the wait.

But when he got a closer look at the two men, stooped over their respective seforim, he did a double take. Sitting toward the front was none other than Rav Dovid Schustal, Rosh Yeshivah of Beth Medrash Govoha, and seated toward the back was Rav Shlomo Feivel Schustal, Rosh Yeshivah of Yeshivas Tiferes Yerachmiel.

Rather than using the few quiet moments to catch up with each other, the two brothers chose to bond in the way they knew best. Each one picked up a sefer, connecting with the Torah and, through that, with each other.

Hinei mah tov u’mah na’im sheves achim gam yachad.”


(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 959)

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