Among the features of "The Torah Discourses of R. Menachem Mendel stz"l are: "Message of Fear of Heaven": The works of R. Menachem Mendel are permeated with fear for Heaven. As he describes the lofty spiritual levels attainable by human beings, we become aware of the enormous potential that exists for our own spiritual development, and we are stimulated to aspire to higher levels of service to the Creator. "The Special Mission of Israel": R. Menachem Mendel speaks eloquently about the mission of Israel to discover Hashem's Divine attributes and to publicize them to the world. "Expounding upon the Concepts of Belief and Trust in Hashem": R. Menachem Mendel exhorts us to deepen our belief and trust and makes us aware that these concepts are the fundamental building blocks for leading our lives. "Discourses on the Manna": For twenty-two years, R, Menachem Mendel illuminated the sections of the Torah dealing with the manna. He explains in depth the various ethical teachings relevant for all times that we may derive form the manna, especially in connection with belief and trust. "Illuminating Insights": "The Torah Discourses of R. Menachem Mendel" are replete with brilliant original questions and answers on a wide variety of themes drawn from the weekly readings of the Torah, and festivals. "Relevancy of the Torah for All Times": In his Torah discourses, R. Menachem Mendel regularly stresses that the Torah is a living document which is relevant during all times and for all generations. R. Menachem Mendel often demonstrates that expressions in the Torah which appear to be superfluous or written in an imprecise manner are actually stated in this way in order to convey to us special timely messages about serving Hashem. "Expounding the Torah with the Methodology of Intimation": R. Menachem Mendel, by virtue of his Divine inspiration, developed to a fine art the method of Torah exposition based on intimation.
Translated by Dov Levine