Rabbi Eli taught me in the "Morasha" Talmud Torah in the second grade.
Rabbi Eli was a very tough rabbi, he would punish me, put me in a corner when I was late.
But Rabbi Eli was a significant rabbi, a special rabbi, a profound rabbi who cared.
When I was growing up I met him again, I was told that there was Rabbi Eli Horowitz, a very gentle rabbi, I did not understand what was being talked about so I tried.
I went to his classes and rediscovered Rabbi Eli Horowitz, a very deep rabbi. I stuck with him and really enjoyed hearing his lessons.
In Rabbi Eli's lessons there has always been something difficult, difficult and delicate together, difficulty and warmth together.
A few years passed and I came to Rabbi Eli for "grooms' training." I will not tell about the content of Rabbi Eli's grooms' guidance, it's something personal, I would be very happy if someone would personally tell me. But there are some sentences he told me and that today I, as a grooms and couples guide, use his stuff.
Rabbi Eli taught me wonderful things. I have heard a lot of tutorials, but Rabbi Eli is something special and above all. Like all his faith classes that are above them all.
In the end I discovered that there was something very deep and very sweet inside that tough rabbi he was when I was little.
We miss Rabbi Eli very much. He's one of the people we're orphaned without. There was something hot.