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Richard Kradin, M.D

Harvard Medical School Massachusetts General Hospital

Director of Pulmonary Immunology and Molecular Biology

MGH Center for Psychoanalysis 

Professor Harvard Medical School

I have known Rabbi Ezagui for several years. He is endowed with a keen intellect, psychological acuity, and broad knowledge of many topics that extend beyond the confines of religion. With a specific focus in the areas of nexus between modern physics and Kabbalah, his life's work has been devoted to sharing these ideas with others with genuine concern and compassion. I can recommend Rabbi Ezagui, with no compunctions, for virtually any enterprise to which he chooses to devote himself

Gary Walk, Esq

Graduated from Yale University, B.A., summa cum laude, 1974 Harvard University, J.D., 1977,

I have known Rabbi Ezagui for many years, and have been a student in his diverse and lively Talmud class for several years. To Reform students who want a deeper understanding of Judaism, he offers answers to basic questions without condescension, and to Orthodox students, he provides affirmation and adds to their knowledge. He combines his extensive knowledge of Jewish law, history and spirituality with a rare ability to encounter every student in a way that is personal to him

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