He was doing that for about five years, and thanks to the way that website is configured, I think about 4 1/2 people actually found his shiurim, and watched them. (Most of the people who saw them really liked them, and got in touch to tell us, which is how I know about the 4 1/2 people in the first place...)
But towards the end, it got a little disheartening, not least because my husband's contributions were filmed in a completely empty room (except for the video guy), and the women's section was also closed off, so I couldn't even pop along to keep him company.
A few months' ago, on the advice of Rav Berland, my husband switched yeshiva to Shuvu Banim, in the Old City, and it seemed like a good time to draw a line under his weekly shiur.
Over the last few years, he'd got his smicha and had been interested in trying to go into kiruv full time, but when our 'Meaning of Life' outreach attraction sunk without a trace in the Old City, he decided to go back to work as a lawyer instead, and shelve his 'kiruv' plans.
But God appears to have decided otherwise!
Within a few weeks' of him arriving at Shuvu Banim, he got acquainted with a small group of English-speaking rabbis who are trying to set up a new Breslov yeshiva for English speakers, under the aegis of Shuvu Banim, in the Old City.
The new yeshiva is going to be called 'Lev Daniel', and they've got everything sorted out from the curriculum, to the seperate dorms in the Old City. Now, they just need some students...
You can read more about the Lev Daniel Yeshiva HERE, but in the meantime, some of the rabbis behind the initiative have started recording some weekly shiurim, to give prospective students a taste of the sort of learning that's available at Lev Daniel - and also to get some more high-quality Breslov Torah out there, to the English speaking public.
His first 'taster' takes a look at some of the references the Gemara makes to the founder of xtianity. (It's so good, it's inspired me to do a post at some point with all the stuff he decided to leave out, so it wouldn't be too controversial. What can I do, making trouble is one of my natural talents, but at least I'm trying to use it for holy ends...)
Anyway, here he is (and yes, they will work on the lighting and sound for the next set of videos - these things always need a bit of fine tuning:)
Peace 'n love!