And so the two brothers headed to the beis hamidrash. They began asking to see Reb Zisha and were directed to a poor sick looking individual who sat all the way at the back of the beis midrash near the stove, a place usually reserved for beggars and wandering vagabonds. The pauper sat reciting Tehillim from a volume and was so immersed he did not seem to notice their approach until they called attention to themselves. Surprised that this person was the one the Maggid referred them to, nonetheless they asked him to explain the Gemara.
Now the Rebbe Reb Zisha [zt”l] was extremely impoverished and his life was filled with many troubles however he was also exceedingly humble and he always referred to himself in the third person diminutive and said: “Zisha is an ignoramus and a simpleton, better you should go and ask a scholar and wise Talmid Chacham to explain such matters to you.”
Let us all just take a little bit of time to think about Aharon’s Emunah, and try to internalize the messages that these things all carry for us in our everyday lives.