A page from the holy book 'Levushe Serad' in the holy handwriting of the author, Rabbi David Shlomo Eybshitz, author of 'Levushe Serad' and 'Arvei Nachal'. Commentaries UPiskei Dinim L'Halacha B'dinei Ttreyfot, in the holy handwriting of the author Rabbi David Shlomo Eybshitz. One leaf written on both sides, nice and neat writing. 'Simlah Chadasha' and around it the holy book 'Levushe Serad'.
The holy genius Rabbi David Shlomo Eybshitz [1756-1814] of the great Morei Horah'a of the generation, one of the famous Galician geniuses - Aba'd Khorostkov and Soroka. Extraordinary genius both in the Nigleh and in the secret Tora. His book 'Levushe Serad' on the Shulchan Aruch is the foundational book and ruling on the laws of Treyfot on which the entire House of Israel rely on him. His famous book 'Arvei Nachal' - Hasidic sermons on the order of five Torah Pentacles - of the basic books of Hasidism founded on the foundations of Hasidism of the Ba'al Shem Tov - after the publication of this book, his greatness reached all the world and the members of his community accepted him and became his devout followers, and even told about him that he had Giluy Elijah. All his days he was in fasts and penance (especially dream fasts). He began to put his innovations into writing at a young age, and already in his first book "Megillat Starim" - a book of morals and commentary on the first chapter In the Psalms, He become known as one of the greats of the Kabalah Tora. Upon his settlement in Soroka, he began activities to elevate the foundation of the Torah in the city and to increase the number of scholars. He established a yeshiva for disciples, which was the first in the entire province of Bessarabia, and from all corners of the country excellent disciple began flocking to it.
His Rabbis the greatest Hassidic scholars, Rabbi David Shlomo on the group of disciples of Rabbi Yechiel Michal MiZlotsov and even brought from his Tora in his book 'Arvei Nachal' (Parashat Ki Tisa). Its distinguished rabbi is Rabbi Meshulam Faybush Heller of Javreez, author of the book "Yosher Devri Emet". He mentions this rabbi in his book 'Levushe Serad'. (in part Orach Haim Chapter 168 and at the end part Yore Dea). Apart from his rabbis, he was also in contact with the great Hasids Rabbi Ya'akov Shimshon of Shipitovka, Rabbi Baruch of Mezhibozh, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Barditchev, Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heshil of Afta, Rabbi Aryeh Lieb of Volchisk and Rabbi Chaim of Chernowitz, who gave consents on his books. His relative Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditsov writes about him approvingly, "Sharp and well versed in Torah rooms as one of the Rishonim and all his deeds LeShem Shamayim." Rabbi Haim of Tchernowitz, author of Be'er Maim Haim, writes about him: "The Light of the Torah of the Honorable Rabbi HaGaon the Great Eagle shone from the east, and I saw that the words of the book are words of the lights that illuminate and sparkle in every direction and corner."
In 1809 he immigrated to Eretz Israel and settled in the holy city of Safed. On his way he sailed on the same ship with Rabbi Menachem Mendel MiShklov, who immigrated to Eretz Israel as part of the Gar'a disciples' immigration and the two became friends. In Safed, at the same time, the Hasidic immigrants who immigrated a long time ago lived, and he completed the writing of his book "Levushe Serad", as well as other essays that remained in manuscript and were not printed, among them a large essay on the Gitin tractate, called "Tiv Gitin", and the essay "Kad HaKemach" on the tractates Baba Kama, Baba Metziya and Hulin ('Kamh' - the initials of Kama Metziya Hulin), and essay on Even Ha'ezer that were lost without leaving a trace. In Safed he hid his greatness, took down the mantle of rabbinate from him, and behaved like one of the common people of Israel and hid himself under the guise of an 'infant teacher'. After more than five years that Rabbi David Shlomo had been in Eretz Israel, he passed away on the 22nd day of the month of Chesvan in the year 1814, he was about sixty years old at the time of his death. And he was buried in the Safed cemetery, in a burial cave with several tzaddiks, among them Rabbi Aryeh Leib of Volchisk, and Rabbi Avraham Dov of Avritish.
2 pages, 21 cm. Moth damage professionally restored with almost no damage to the text. Bound in a handsome and luxurious new leather binding.