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  1. An Inner Perspective

    An Inner Perspective

    $19.00

    Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, father of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, was a profound Torah scholar who served as the rabbi of the Ukrainian city of Yekaterinoslav (now Dnepropetrovsk). He is said to have composed thousands of pages of original Torah thoughts and discourses. The bulk of these writings are considered lost during the tumultuous years of WWII, and extant today are only those he penned on the margins of the few books he had during his final years, while in exile in Chi’ili, in far-off Kazakhstan. More than a decade after R. Levi Yitzchak’s passing in Alma-Ata in 1944, these writings were brought to the United States, where they reached his illustrious son, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. In the 1970s, they were published in five volumes under the titles of Likkutei Levi Yitzchak and Torat Levi Yitzchak, and the Rebbe began regularly expounding on these terse glosses at his public addresses.

    Comprising sixteen essays, the present work was adapted by Rabbi Eli Block from R. Levi Yitzchak’s original works as well as from the Rebbe’s elucidations. Learn More

  2. The Practical Tanya #3, Igeres Ha-Teshuvah (Letter on Repentance)

    The Practical Tanya #3, Igeres Ha-Teshuvah (Letter on Repentance)

    $26.75

    An astoundingly clear adaptation of Tanya, one of the most influential works of Jewish spiritual thought ever written, penned by Chasidic Rebbe, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812).

    Letter on Repentance is a one of the clearest and most enduring guides to repentance and spiritual rehabilitation, from the perspective of Kabbalah, Chasidus and classical Jewish sources.

    Volume Three is a complete and independent work which stands on its own and does not require the prior study of Volumes One or Two. Many readers, in fact, find this volume in particular the best gateway to the world of Chasidic thought.

    This new translation and commentary, by best-selling author Rabbi Chaim Miller, renders the text relevant for the contemporary reader with elegant simplicity. The Practical Tanya will guide you on the path of spiritual consciousness to a state of inner freedom and liberation. Learn More

  3. Chassid, Yerei Shomayim, Lamdon, The 3 Steps To Succeeding As A Bochur

    Chassid, Yerei Shomayim, Lamdon, The 3 Steps To Succeeding As A Bochur

    $17.50

    Life in Yeshiva is supposed to be “Gan Eden”, the best years of our lives. Indeed, Tomchei Temimim is the antidote to assimilation.

    So why is it that so many Bochurim feel overwhelmed, unfulfilled and unmoved?

    The truth is that for some Bochurim, the goal of Yeshiva can sometimes be unclear, and therefore it’s easy for Bochurim to misunderstand its purpose. To many it seems that the goal of Yeshiva is simply learning and learning, often spending hours on topics they don’t yet relate to or enjoy. Is it a wonder, then, that many Bochurim feel the way they do?

    To help Bochurim become passionate about learning and start to love Yeshiva, we need to help them understand what it does for their lives.

    This is the goal of the book you are holding in your hands. Translated from the original Loshon Hakodesh, this book, written by Rabbi Mendel Itzinger, Mashpia and Yoishev Rosh of of Igud Yeshivos Lubavitch, offers a clear vision as to the purpose of Yeshiva, and more importantly a step-by-step guide, to succeeding as a Bochur. Learn More

  4. The Practical Tanya #2, Gateway To Unity & Faith שער היחוד והאמונה

    The Practical Tanya #2, Gateway To Unity & Faith שער היחוד והאמונה

    $29.95

    Volume two: Sha'ar Ha-Yichud Ve-Ha-Emunah (Gateway to Unity and Faith)

    An astoundingly clear adaptation of Tanya, one of the most influential works of Jewish spiritual thought ever written, penned by Chasidic Rebbe, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745-1812).

    Gateway to Unity and Faith is one of the clearest and most enduring works on the meaning of "G-d is one" from a Chasidic point of view. Through carefully reading traditional texts, the author radically re-imagines the meaning of Jewish Monotheism, and imparts a sense of nearness and direct accessibility to G-d, beyond the confines of religious practice.

    Volume two is a complete and independent work which stands on its own and does not require the prior study of volume one. Many readers, in fact, find this volume in particular the best gateway to the world of Chasidic thought. This new translation and commentary, by best-selling author Rabbi Chaim Miller, renders the text relevant for the contemporary reader with elegant simplicity. The Practical Tanya will guide you on the path of spiritual consciousness to a state of inner freedom and liberation. Learn More

  5. The Inside Story, #2 Exodus

    The Inside Story, #2 Exodus

    $23.75

    A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities

    The Inside Story is a journey into the fascinating and empowering world of the Torah’s inner meanings. Why did the Nile turn into blood? What do the mysterious “cherubim” on top of the golden ark in the Tabernacle represent? What is the inside story behind Moses’ mask? What do the “four guardians” teach us about the interplay between responsibility and reward in our own lives? The sixty-two essays in this volume each explore an event or insight from the book of Exodus to illuminate the big questions of life as well as its most rudimentary concerns. Learn More

  6. Footprints - Colorful Lives, Huge Impact

    Footprints - Colorful Lives, Huge Impact

    $28.50

    Every person has a story. Some know how to convey their experiences to the next generation, but many cannot. Footprints is an exploration of the lives of twenty individuals and couples, in celebration of their remarkable humanity. Most lived quietly, far from the public eye, yet they faced human challenges without surrendering. From czarist Russia to Auschwitz, Poland, and from Riga, Latvia, to Boston, Massachusetts, follow the paths they carved through Jewish history with courage, perseverance and kindness Learn More
  7. Tanya in a Nutshell

    Tanya in a Nutshell

    $8.95

    An easy-to-read synopsis to understand and review Tanya

    Chapter-by-chapter synopsis of Tanya, which enables you to capture the outline of all the 53 chapters. Whether you follow the daily schedule of Chitas or another pattern, the synopsis offers a quick review and a general overview to assist in understanding the Tanya as a whole. Learn More

  8. The Thirteen Principles of Faith - A Chassidic Viewpoint

    The Thirteen Principles of Faith - A Chassidic Viewpoint

    $21.00

    A knowledgable proponent of the Lubavitch movement, a Chasidic sect that embodies many of the mystical aspects of Judaism, Gurary has written an extensive interpretation of Judaism. He uses the framework of Maimonides's famed "thirteen principles" to attach basic Lubavitch concepts; though Maimonides, the 13th-century philosopher, considered himself a rationalist and would undoubtedly be amused by Gurary's efforts. Learn More
  9. Lessons In Sefer HaMaamarim, Festivals #2

    Lessons In Sefer HaMaamarim, Festivals #2

    $28.50

    Selected discourses by the Lubavitcher Rebbe that emphasize the spiritual themes of the holidays from Nissan through Elul. 

    Discourses covered in this volume:

    •  Matzah Zo
    • Veniglah K'vod Havayah
    • Gal Einai V'Abitah
    • BaChodesh HaShelishi
    • Tziyon BeMishpat Tipadeh
    • Ani LeDodi VeDodi Li
    Learn More
  10. Of Tears and Laughter

    Of Tears and Laughter

    $12.50

    A Talmudic exegesis by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson. Adapted from two siyumim delivered by the Rebbe (on tractates Makkot and Yoma), Of Tears and Laughter focuses on two moving Talmudic stories that occurred in the aftermath of the destruction of the second Beit Hamikdash.

    With his unique, holistic approach to Torah study, the Rebbe explores the positions taken by the leading Sages of that time, and examines their lives and teachings. With a spotlight on Rabbi Akiva and his response, the Rebbe searches the Talmud for laws taught by Rabbi Akiva, his life’s story and allusions to the composition of his very soul, to provide a comprehensive and insightful reasoning for Rabbi Akiva’s optimism. In the final analysis the Rebbe provides a breathtaking mosaic of the leaders of the Jewish people in the post second Beit Hamikdash era. Learn More

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