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  1. Mission Possible, Living with Higher Purpose

    Mission Possible, Living with Higher Purpose


    Mission Possible

    Rabbi Lazer Gurkow, author of “Reaching for G-d” and JLI’s “Portraits of Leadership,” is set to release his third book, “Mission Possible – Living With Higher Purpose.

    “This book will uplift, inspire and fill your life with meaning,” says Rabbi Gurkow. “Just when you wondered why you are here and why bother, you will learn that you are a critical part of G-d’s master plan and that without you, G-d’s vision for the world cannot be realized.”

    In every family home there comes a hectic moment, when the children act up just as the toddler overturns his drink and the coffeemaker goes on the blink. One or both parents will sigh and ask, “Why did I sign up for this, am I crazy?”

    When life drags you down, responsibilities burden you, bills pile up, and you’re worn to the bone, don’t despair. This is not your weakest hour. It’s your finest moment. When life pushes you to your limit, you probe its deepest meaning.

    Why we are here, is a question to embrace. Drawing on the timeless wisdom of Torah, flavored by the insights of Chassidic mysticism, this book will make you comfortable with the question. More important, it will offer insights that put life back into perspective.

    “Mission Possible – Living with Higher Purpose.” is the Rebbe's vision for individual empowerment. Every Jew is an indispensable tile in G-d’s collective mosaic. Each is created for unique purpose and each is perfectly suited to its fulfillment. Your life matters, because G-d’s mosaic is only complete when your tile is complete.

    The book is filled with practical advice on applying the Rebbe’s sophisticated ideas to daily life. Rabbi Gurkow is bringing this book to market in honor of Gimmel Tamuz, twenty years, to help the reader appreciate the many ways in which the Rebbe’s wisdom can enhance our quality of life. Learn More

  2. Derashot Ledorot (a commentary on the book of Bamidbar/Number)

    Derashot Ledorot (a commentary on the book of Bamidbar/Number)


    Between 1952 and 1976, a young, erudite synagogue rabbi named Norman Lamm captivated his congregants with dynamic pulpit sermons. He challenged his audiences to filter out the noise and distractions of modern American life by listening to the divine voice, delving into the wisdom of the Torah. Derashot LeDorot is a selection of essays based on these stirring sermons, culled from the files of the Lamm Archives of Yeshiva University. Each essay features reflections on the weekly parasha, brilliantly illustrating Rabbi Lamm’s masterful pedagogy, deep intellectual rigor, and staunch commitment to the word of God. Today, Rabbi Lamm’s words remain as inspiring as they were when first delivered, passing on his wisdom to the next generations. Learn More
  3. Upwards, The story of my struggle with Parkinsonism

    Upwards, The story of my struggle with Parkinsonism


    Shami Reinman is a vibrant young teacher, barely fifty years old, full of energy and vitality, deeply involved with her students in the classroom and in her home. The queen of her family, she dances and plays with her grandchildren. She travels. She spends time with friends.

    Then she is struck by a dreadful disease, and her entire world turns over. She can no longer teach. Her movement and speech grow progressively worse over the agonizing years. What does the future hold for her but more inevitable decline? Determined not to sink into despondency and despair, she resolves to mold a new life for herself.

    Upwards is the story of her spiritual triumph over her affliction. She finds comfort in her family and the joyous celebrations of family milestones. She spends more time with her Siddur and her Tehillim. She plays word games. She organizes photographs and makes heirloom collages, some of which appear on these pages. As she becomes more limited, the circle of her friends widens, and their visits are occasions of joy and laughter. But most of all, she spends innumerable hours working on this book, often having to dictate her thoughts and memories to others.

    This is the story of a woman who, with pure emunah and bitachon, accepts her fate even as she struggles against it. She rebuilds her life by seeking out the islands of joy in the sea of her suffering and living on those islands to the fullest. And she feels blessed. Learn More

  4. The Rabbi And The Nuns

    The Rabbi And The Nuns


    The Rabbi and the Nuns: The Inside Story of a Rabbi’s Therapeutic Work with the Sisters of St. Francis chronicles the highlights of a twenty-year working relationship between Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski and the nuns and priests of the Pittsburgh Diocese and St. Francis Hospital. Spearheading a groundbreaking rehab program, Rabbi Twerski and the nuns develop a working connection that transcends their religious differences, forges mutual respect, and brings them to a whole new level in ecumenical relations. Insightful, inspiring, and humorous at times, Rabbi Twerski’s personal account is frank and engrossing. We are given a rare glimpse into the inner world of spiritual leaders as they grapple with their personal struggles to adjust to today’s tumultuous times. Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski served for twenty years as the director of the department of psychiatry at St. Francis Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The author of more than sixty books, he has also been featured in hundreds of magazines and newspapers. Two of his books, When Do the Good Things Start? and Waking Up Just in Time, were written in collaboration with the late Charles Schulz, creator of the Peanuts comic strip. Rabbi Twerski is the scion of great Chassidic dynasties and traces his ancestry back to the Baal Shem Tov, founder of the Chassidic movement. He has lectured extensively on chemical dependency and other topics such as stress, self-esteem, and spirituality, and has traveled the world as a spokesperson for recovery on behalf of the millions who have achieved it, inspiring and encouraging those still finding their way. Learn More
  5. Anatomy Of The Soul

    Anatomy Of The Soul


    One of the most important contributions of Chasidut to Judaism has been in the realm of psychology. Chasidic teachings interpret and apply the myriad Kabbalistic metaphors to the realm of the human psyche and soul. Yet, for all the expansive analyses and discussion of the human psyche produced by the Chasidic masters (specifically the Rebbes of Chabad-Lubavitch), there has been a pronounced lack of an ordered and modern review of the psyche. In the early years of the 20th century, Dr. Fischel Schneersohn, a colleague of Sigmund Freud and a relative of the then Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Shalom Dov Ber Schneersohn, took it upon himself to translate the Chasidic nomenclature and discourse on the psyche into scientific language that would be useful to the modern psychologist. Unfortunately, for whatever the reasons may be, his yearning to share the Torah’s wisdom on the psyche was not to be fulfilled. Since then, the need for introducing these teachings to the public in general and to the professional field of psychologists has only grown.

    This book is an important contribution to the creation of psychology and therapeutic techniques based purely on the Divine wisdom of the Torah and specifically its inner dimensions of Kabbalah and Chassidut. By offering a structured review and explanation of the psyche and its place in the larger and more complex super-structure of the soul, this volume provides a foundational guide for mental and spiritual health practitioners as well as for those wishing to deepen their understanding of Kabbalah and Chassidut. Learn More

  6. A-Z Three Book Gift Set

    A-Z Three Book Gift Set


    This gift set includes these great small books by Esther Gross

  7. MA-Zel Tov, You're Married, Now What?
  8.  AmA-Zing Parenting
  9. CHA-ZAK
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  • Seeds Of Wisdom #1

    Seeds Of Wisdom #1


    Culled From JEM's acclaimed My Encounter with the Rebbe interviews, Seeds of Wisdom is a heartwarming collection of short stories and encounters between the Lubavitcher Rebbe and people who sought his counsel on a wide array of life's questions and challenges.

    Contained within these exchanges are profound life-lessons in relationships, parenting, leadership, faith, and personal well-being.

    This little book of wisdom has the power to enrich your life and help effect personal growth and meaningful living. Learn More

  • Stories That Light Up Your Heart

    Stories That Light Up Your Heart


    A child survives drowning, not by one miracle, but by many... A lost pair of gloves brings about an unbelievable reunion between father and son... A soldier saves his comrade's life, and decades later his comrade returns the favor... When it's dark outside, what we need is something to illuminate our surroundings, to light our way. Sometimes just a spark will do - a spark to shine through blackness. Rabbi Binyomin Pruzansky's true stories are the sparks that shine in our lives. These stories are written with warmth and emotion. They are stories that bring a glow to our world, that remind us that there is One who is in charge and there is meaning in even the smallest events. They are the sparks that melt away despair, that bring a smile to our lips and comfort and happiness to our hearts. Having a tough day? Try the story of the "Little RIF" and see that there can be happy endings to the most difficult situations. Want to smile? Read about Joe, who came to Israel to "say goodbye to G-d" and instead learned to say "hello." You know the relief you feel when you walk into a dark room, flip a switch and the room is flooded with light? Pick up this book - and your life will feel the same way. Learn More
  • The Mountain Family

    The Mountain Family


    From the Appalachian backwoods comes a family so amazing, a story so incredible, and a light so bright — it will illuminate our own lives as well. When Sheryl Youngs married John Massey, she looked forward to a life based on the Biblical principles her parents, members of a small but fervently religious congregation, had instilled in her. What she didn't expect was to be making that life in a shack on a mountain in impoverished Appalachia. And she didn't expect that she would end up living on that mountain, homeschooling her ten children. And she most certainly didn't expect that somehow, incredibly, miraculously, she and her entire family would discover the truth of Judaism, the beauty of Torah - and the Jewish People the entire family would ultimately come to join. This is the story of the pastor's daughter who became a Jew, mother of ten Jews, all devoted to Torah learning and mitzvah observance. It is a story of struggle and search, of searing disappointment and unlooked for hopes, of questions asked and prayers answered. Most of all, it is the story, told in her own words, of a woman whose deep love Torah is an inspiration to us all. Learn More
  • Nachas Ruach

    Nachas Ruach


    Torah-Based Psychotherapy and Tools for Growth and Healing Learn More
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