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2 Shvat Rav Ben Shimon Mantzur  
 
 
    (5758/1998). One of the Elder Kabbalists of Jerusalem.

   
 
2 Shvat Rav Yosef Mashash  
 
 
    The Rav of Haifa, Israel, and the author of “Mayim Chaim.”

   
 
2 Shvat Rav Abudai Yechei Moshe  
 
 
    The author of “Magen B’adi” and “Doresh B’adi.”

   
 
2 Shvat Rav Simcha Bunim Kalisch of Otvosk  
 
 
    (5667/1907). The son of Reb Menachem Mendel of Vorka.

   
 
2 Shvat Rav Meshulam Zusha of Anipoli  
 
 
    Born: Galicia, Southeast Poland, 1718 and died: Hanipol, 1800. Popularly known as Reb Zusha. One of the most cherished of the chassidic masters, Rabbi Meshulam Zusha was the younger brother of the famous Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhensk, the Noam Elimelech. The two brothers joined the circle of disciples of the Maggid of Mezritch. R' Zusha soon excelled in his studies and gained the admiration of his fellow students for his deep piety. Rabbi Shnuer Zalman of Liadi, said about him: "His prayers were uttered with an intensity and awe that is beyond compare." He combined a self-effacing devotion and attachment to God with an ardent love for the Jewish people, sharing their joys, bearing their burdens. The people reciprocated, flocking to him in large masses. They saw in him a tzaddik and a guide, but above all a champion and a defender. He was the rebbe who recognized only goodness. In his final years he suffered from a protracted illness, but he never complained. "Whatever comes from God is good," he would say. The final resting place of this beloved chasidic rebbe is beside the grave of his mentor, the Maggid of Mezritch. Rabbi Zusha did not write any books. His reflections and commentaries, which are scattered among the works of his students, were compiled under the title Menorat Zahav. He was succeeded by his son Rabbi Tzvi Menachem Mendel

   
 
2 Shvat Asher ben Yaakov Avinu  
 
 
    The eighth son of our Patriarch Yaakov, one of the Twelve Tribes, he was the son of Zilpah, the maid-servant of Leah. Born in Charan in 1567 BCE, he lived 123 years.

   
 

 
 
  
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