Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Noam Elimelech for the blind in Braille, in Hebrew

A Happy Mazaldik Chodesh Nissan
Some News and updates for the Be'er Mayim Chaim group:
Someone contacted me recently and asked for the English Noam Elimelech in Braille for the blind.
They told me that while there are siddurim, hagados for Pesach and Tanach in Braille, there is nothing on the parsha and they liked my sefer but being blind they wanted access to it in their own alphabet.
So I contacted the JBI Library and am waiting to hear from them as to their final decision. Anyone who knows other organisations to contact please let me know.
I hope that the holy sefer will enlighten them and bring kedushah to those who cannot otherwise read it.
Another person contacted me recently to discuss a new Hebrew edition of the Noam Elimelech with stories about the Rebbe Reb Melech.
I am looking into printing such an edition of the sefer and anyone interested in details on that can contact me.
We are all eagerly awaiting the Kedushas Levi (its almost there...) we are in the first editing phase of shemos, and the final editing phase of the other four chumashim and the Intro. I am looking into different printing and distribution options and I hope the sefer will be ready asap.
Someone approached me on Shabbos to discuss the Degel Machene Ephraim in English, this is a project that I hope one day to do and so if you believe in it please daven that it will come to fruition.
Kol Tuv,
R' Tal Moshe Zwecker
Director Machon Be'er Mayim Chaim
Chassidic Classics in the English Language
Phone: 972-2-992-1218 / Cell: 972-54-842-4725
VoIP: 516-320-6022
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