Rabbi Micha Berger is a father, grandfather, and husband, and sees in those roles much of the expression of his Judaism and Mussar. He was a student of Rav Dovid Lifshitz, the Suvalker Rav zt”l, at Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchanan (a Yeshiva University affiliate). He took away a dream to infuse his Jewish practice with the blend of love, Mussar, and Jewish thought that grounded Rav Dovid’s life. To that end, he established The AishDas Society.
Micha has addressed audiences of varying backgrounds, from unaffiliated to Orthodox yeshiva graduates, on subjects of Jewish thought, Mussar, and the meaning of our tefillos (prayers). He regularly teaches on the siddur(prayer book), and he has written on these topics for Mesukim MiDevash, a weekly newsletter. His work has been described in HaModia, Yated Neeman, the Orthodox Union’s Jewish Action, and The Jerusalem Report.