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Sometimes in a private office, sometimes in a conference room, sometimes in a boiler room – wherever space is available.
At the office of architect Marc Kushner last week, Rabbi Hecht spoke to 14 employees, Jews and non-Jews, seated at bleacher-type benches built into an office wall. “It’s growing,” said Kushner, who has studied with Rabbi Hecht for a year.
“I’m not that learned in Jewish law or Jewish history. It’s made me more knowledgeable in the beauty of the religion and of the history.” A member of the prominent Chabad family of Hecht rabbis, on this recent Thursday, Hanoch Hecht sports a distinctive maroon velvet kipa, a light-blue striped suit and an open-collared white shirt.Despite the cold, he left his coat at home, opting instead for a light brown plaid scarf.The rabbi has lived in Dutchess County with his wife, Tzivie, and children for nine years.His last class ended at 5 p.m., followed by a personal counseling session. Another day in the life of the “6-Minute Rabbi.” That’s the trademarked name that Rabbi Hecht, a 31-year-old Canarsie native, gave himself when he began his short-length, long-lived educational program eight years ago.Every Thursday, no matter the weather, he meets with doctors, attorneys, real estate developers and other professionals, sharing an insight into the week’s Torah portion, an inspirational story and some words of spiritual encouragement, all in the time it takes to get a cup of coffee.