The staff of Beit Midrash “Birkat Shalom” are engaged day and night teaching about love, unity and acceptance of others. Rabbi Gottlieb, who heads the Beit Midrash, has been teaching for more than 40 years the inner aspects of Torah according to the teachings of our holy Rabbis the Baal HaSulam ztz”l and his son Rabbi Baruch Shalom HaLevi Ashlag ztz”l.
The Talmud Torah was established by Rabbi Gottlieb’s community and students who are learning and living the inner aspect of Torah and are raising their children in the path of loving others.
It is important for us to give our children all the wisdom and knowledge they need at the highest possible level. At the same time, we understand that we learn through experience and that effective learning bears fruit in a supportive, respectful, enabling environment that focuses on the uniqueness of each child and works hard on the relationships between the children. The educational aspect of the Talmud Torah is based on the “Remember” method developed by Rabbi Moshe Klatzkin.
We strive to bring the children close to God through learning about faith and having love for others. We learn the way of the Baal HaSulam, an inner way that develops our self awareness and encourages us to feel the pleasure of life within ourselves. Children educated in an inner way learn to recognize their negative tendencies and learn how to channel them in a positive way. At the same time they learn to recognize their positive tendencies and learn how to grow and develop them. We come with awareness that the work is to bring out the potential already inside of everyone and develop it.
The culmination of inner learning is truly loving others and having love, faith and respect for God in a direct way — a real connection of communication, thoughts and feelings.
PICTURES OF LEARNING AT THE TALMUD TORAH
BECOME PART OF THE CHANGE
You too can be part of the change we all long for.
Birkat Shalom is a non-profit organization.
Our “profit” is to spread the message of unity and love among the people of Israel.
Please help us spread this message and build a society based on the values of
Judaism and specifically “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
We are very grateful for any help you are able to give.