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    Kvod HaRav Wattenberg,

    Merci pour vos enseignements enrichissants. Spécialement celui sur Pirké Avot du 24.05.2020.

    Je me permets d’ajouter quelques points.

    J’ai lu, je ne sais plus où, que le Hazon Ich, après la Shoah, aurait dit quelque chose du genre: ” le monde des yéchivot on va le reconstruire, c’est gagné, mais reconstruire les baalé batim d’avant, ce n’est pas encore gagné”.

    La masse des Juifs sont hilonim, ou baalé batim dati. C’est là qu’il faut poter l’effort. Et c’est ce que font le centre alef, d’autres centres, et le Rav Wattenberg. Et c’est là dessus que j’aimerais vous entendre.

    Concernant la question travail/étude en Eretz, ci-joint, ce que j’ai trouvé sur internet concernant le Rabbi de Belz:
    2005 “work” speech
    In 2005 the Belzer Rebbe strongly encouraged his male followers to learn professions (specifically in white-collar work) during his annual Simchat Torah speech. He said,

    Long-term students in yeshivas who are talented and have the economic means are fortunate, but students who year after year see that their studies are not going well, whether because of their skills or their economic situation, must learn a profession that earns a living. I’m not talking about getting rich but earning a living, so that one does not fall into debt. … One can prepare for this in the yeshiva and devote a few hours a week in the evening to studying a profession.[8]

    The Belzer Rebbe’s speech is the latest in a growing trend of encouraging Haredi men who would be more suited to work than study (or whose families are particularly financially needy) to join the workforce (see Torato Omanuto). The Rebbe’s comments were noteworthy for their point that Orthodox Jews do not need to abandon their studies entirely in order to earn a living.

    Il me semble que cette position est semblable à la votre. La situation évolue peut être en Eretz ?

    Kol Tov

     

     

     

     

     

     

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