Aaron Twersky of Chernobyl
|Aaron Twersky of Chernobyl|
|Term||1837 – 21 November 1871|
|Full name||Aaron Twersky|
|Successor||Yeshayo Meshulom Zishe Twersky
Boruch Osher Twersky
|Wife 1||dau. of Gedalyo of Linitz|
|Children 1||Chayo Soro, Perl|
|Wife 2||dau. of Tsvi of Korostshev|
|Children 2||Menachem Nochum, Yeshayo Meshulom Zishe, Boruch Osher, Feygl|
He received his education from his grandfather, Rabbi Menachem Nachum Twersky of Chernobyl.
He married the daughter of Rabbi Gedalyo of Linits (author of Teshuos Chein), who bore him two daughters, Chayo Soro (who married Yisroel, grandson of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov) and Perl (who married Rabbi Yitschok of Berezne).
He later married the daughter of Rabbi Tsvi of Korostyshiv. She bore him three sons (Menachem Nochum of Loiev, Yeshayo Meshulom Zishe of Chernobyl and Boruch Osher of Chernobyl, and a daughter, Feygl, who married Rabbi Dovid Moshe Friedman of Czortkow.
Rabbi Yitschok Of Skvira said: My brother (Aaron) taught his chasidim to maintain two permanent thoughts—"but we have sinned" and "In my heart I conceal your saying".
- Aharon Dovid Twersky היחס מטשרנוביל The Chernobyl Genealogy, 2nd ed. Lublin 1938
- Yitshak Alfasi, תורת החסידות Torat haChasidut, #271, Mosad Harv Kook, Jerusalem 2006
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