You are about to complete a very important phase of your educa-
tional program and take your place among the thousands of your
contemporaries who are competing for space in the many col-
leges of our land. In addition to the all important choice of
school, program and career, each one of you is faced with the
need to identify with some part of the social movement which has
developed during the past few years.
Social equality, students' rights, and peace, are all ideas which at-
tract modern youth, and join the struggle for Zionism and against
Anti-Semitism as the key interests of our young jews. As Yeshiva
Graduates, you must be extremely careful to identify yourself
only with those causes which favorably answer some probing
questions: Is the cause consistent with your position as a practic-
ing Orthodox lewy does it protect your rights, and does it recog-
nize your heritage and beliefs? Are the leaders of the cause sin-
cere or are they exploiting you to further their own ideas which
may prove detrimental to your interests at some future time.
We have survived centuries of oppression by being loyal to every
government which sheltered us, and,by'practicing eternal vigi-
lance to see that our basic interests as jews were never touched.
I am sure, therefore, that, like your forerunners, you will be wise
enough to exercise care in the face of impetuosity, and discern-
ment in your enthusiasm. May you be successful and happy in all
your future undertakings.
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RABBI CHAIM PERLMAN
"The teacher who . . . is indeed wise . . . leads you to
the threshhold of your own mind."
Teacher, A devoted teacher of Yeshiva students,
Rabbi Perlman has transmitted his vast knowledge
and great love of both Torah and lvrit to us, his pu-
pils. He is not content with covering his subject su-
perficially. Instead, he utilizes his time with us to dig
deeply into and bring out the essence of every topic.
His modern approach to the Hebrew language,
through his introduction of Israeli newspapers and
new vocabulary, has made the language alive and
vibrant to his classes. Understanding the great pres-
sure placed upon us, Rabbi Perlman has tried to
make his classroom both relaxing and enjoyable
through his many anecdotes and illustrations. We
find ourselves truly enjoying learning in the atmo-
sphere he creates.
Librarian, Devoted to the world of books, Rabbi
Perlman has built up the libraries of both Brooklyn
and Manhattan Central. He selects books for the li-
brary which he believes will aid us in our studies and
which we will find relevant to our problems. In
choosing Hebrew books he strives to find those
which are both modern and stimulating in order to
arouse our interest in Hebrew literature. Yet, no
matter how busy he is, he always finds time to help
each of us by searching for sources and tools of re-
search to make our work easier.
About Us, Rabbi Perlman feels that though we
have the knowledge of Hebrew studies, we do not
know how to apply this knowledge to our everyday
lives. He would like to see us acquire the art of lew-
ish thinking and become truly religious-thinking
jews. We feel that in the years we have known him,
Rabbi Perlman has brought us closer to the realiza-
tion of this goal. Guided by his teachings, we hope
to someday fulfill his vision of an ideal jew.
"And he taught them how they should fear God ."
2 Kings 17.28
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