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Kabbalah,Mysticism & Chassidus

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  1. Beginnings, The Kabbalistic History of Civilization

    Beginnings, The Kabbalistic History of Civilization


    This volume deals with the past, present, and future. It speaks of why God created the world to begin with, and Man's role in that ongoing Creation. It speaks of the Presence of God in the world and Man's ability to attract or repel the Shechinah. Most importantly, it speaks of the relationship between Man and God. Beginnings explains the overarching theme of the book of Bereishis, the whole Torah, and for that matter, all of life.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Yaacov Haber has been a leading force in Jewish education for over forty years. He is presently the rav of Kehillas Shivtei Yeshurun, a vibrant community in the center of Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel.

    Before arriving in Israel, Rabbi Haber served as the rav of Congregation Bais Torah in Monsey, NY, and the national director of Jewish education for the Orthodox Union. At the same time, he created TorahLab, a popular online educational resource center.

    He was a founder of AJOP, the Torah Center of Buffalo, and the Australian Institute of Torah. Learn More

  2. An Inner Perspective

    An Inner Perspective


    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

  3. The Ultimate Jew, Biography Of The Rebbe

    The Ultimate Jew, Biography Of The Rebbe


    A book by a longtime Chabad chossid who merited unique interactions with the Rebbe and a major activist with Chabad's outreach with Russian speakers was reprinted this week.

    The Ultimate Jew, originally published in 2003 and which has since been out of stock, was jointly written by Professor Herman Branover and the late Maariv newspaper journalist Avraham Nave.

    The 291-page English book, based on the two's previous works in Hebrew, depicts the Rebbe's image and leadership from the points of view of an academic and a journalist, but also from the point of view of a fervent chossid such as Branover.

    It explores the Rebbe's fundamental teachings and why so many people are attracted to the Rebbe, "the most dynamic spiritual leader in the Jewish world and a man of great renown and admiration in the world at large."

    As both a magnetohydrodynamics expert and as a follower of the Rebbe, Professor Branover has had a tremendous impact on the spiritual lives of many Jews worldwide and on the scientific and economic development of the Israeli tech industry.

    For many years, this physicist was privileged to have a close relationship with the Rebbe and was active in all areas of Jewish and scientific life. At the Rebbe’s instruction, he set up an employment infrastructure in Israel to serve the influx of Russian Jewish immigrants in the late 80s and early 90s.

    The book begins with an overview of the origins of the chassidic movement in Russia, transitions into an illustration of the Chabad dynasty and its distinguishing features, and finally focuses on the Rebbe’s continuous influence.

    The Rebbe’s fundamental teachings, his bond with his followers, his attention to matters concerning the Land of Israel, his perspective on so-called contradictions between Judaism and science — all of these and much more are addressed in The Ultimate Jew.

    Perhaps most interestingly, The Ultimate Jew broadly addresses the matter of Chabad’s raptness with Moshiach and the Redemption, its centrality in the Rebbe’s teachings, and its extraordinary impact on the Jewish people and the entire world.

    "My father knew how to approach the subject of Moshiach so that people can understand our 'obsession' with it," says his son, businessman Danny Branover, who led the republishing and re-editing of the book, set to be released this week. "If people want a true picture of the Rebbe, who better than my father, who lived to be a Chossid, to tell the story." Learn More

  4. 54 Sichos - שיחות

    54 Sichos - שיחות


    54 Sichos - 54 שיחות

    שיחה לכל פרשה, שמיועדות לכל מי שרוצה להעשיר את ידיעותיו בכל חלקי התורה, ולכל מי שמבקש להעביר מסר ורעיון נפלא, עם לימוד מעשי, בבית, בעבודה, בשולחן שבת, ובאירועים שונים. הסיפורים והרעיונות הנפלאים, נבחרו גם הם במטרה לרתק ולהקסים קהל שומעים מגוון Learn More

  5. 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

  6. Guardian of Israel: Miracle Stories of Tefillin and Mezuzah

    Guardian of Israel: Miracle Stories of Tefillin and Mezuzah


    In Guardian of Israel we find many miraculous and inspirational stories of Tefillin and Mezuzah, from the raid on Entebbe to the Baal Shem Tov's engagement; from Victor Frankel's Tefillin to Sandy Koufax. Once you open the book you won't be able to put it down. You will look at Tefillin and Mezuzah in a whole different way. Learn More
  7. The Power of Psalms- Rebbe Nachman- Book 1

    The Power of Psalms- Rebbe Nachman- Book 1



    Saying Tehillim (Psalms) is an age-old Jewish practice. The image of the well-worn volume soaked with a mother’s tears accompanies many children as they grow up. Individuals, congregations and entire communities say Tehillim to evoke merit for the sick, those in danger, the childless, and many others. Psalms are also part of our daily prayers, giving voice to our desire to connect with God.

    For many of us, though, the Tehillim remain an enigma. How exactly do we apply King David’s prayers to our own situation? How do we arouse our hearts with words that we may not understand fully? In short, how do we find ourselves in the Psalms?

    Rebbe Nachman of Breslov shows us how. His teachings probe and extract the deeper meaning of Psalms and their import for our daily lives. With incisive commentary and original insights, the Rebbe transforms our saying of Tehillim from rote recital to genuine prayer.

    The next time you “say Tehillim,” say it with The Power of Psalms. With Rebbe Nachman at your side, you can indeed find yourself and your inspiration in the Psalms. Learn More

  8. The Rabbi’s Companion – Minhag Chabad

    The Rabbi’s Companion – Minhag Chabad


    " The Rabbi’s Companion" – Minhag Chabad- will help any Rabbi or Shul Officer conduct Jewish ceremonies in accordance with the Chabad Customs Learn More







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