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  1. Seize the Moment, Finding Meaningfulness in the Here & Now

    Seize the Moment, Finding Meaningfulness in the Here & Now


    From the George Washington Bridge to the museums of Europe…

    From the ballpark to the ski slopes to the lemonade stand…

    Driving car pool, buying pet food, or sending flowers…

    These are only some of the unexpected places where you can find Hashem and infuse the humdrum of everyday life with depth and meaningfulness.

    Rabbi Yered Michoel Viders invites readers of all ages and backgrounds to uncork powerful and practical lessons from a broad array of unlikely sources - from Torah luminaries to, l'havdil, Shakespearean playwrights and The Little Engine That Could; from the Revolutionary War to World War II and the aftermath of September 11. These vignettes and insights offer a refreshing, amusing, and profound approach to simchah, emunah, bitachon, sensitivity to others, and, ultimately, the drive to achieve one's innate capacity for greatness.

    Seize the Moment provides a keen, penetrating glimpse into the lives that so many of us lead. It sheds light on how to find Hashem day in and day out and, often, where you might least expect to find Him. This book will assist readers in their personal quest to discover meaning and happiness in virtually every moment of life.


    "Wonderful, uplifting, and empowering…"

    Rabbi Yitzchak A. Breitowitz

    About the Author

    Rabbi Yered Michoel (aka Jared) Viders hails from Huntington, New York. Upon his graduation from law school, he learned Torah in Jerusalem. After returning to America, Rabbi Viders served as a judicial law clerk on the highest court in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Rabbi Viders then moved to Monsey, New York, to continue learning in Yeshiva Ohr Somayach.

    Currently, in addition to practicing law, Rabbi Viders teaches at Ohr Somayach Monsey. As outreach coordinator for JEP of Westchester, he offers classes and tutorials for Jews of all ages and stages, and lectures for shuls and school groups. His writing has been featured in a wide variety of publications, from Binah and Inyan magazines to the Boston College Law Review. Rabbi Viders circulates a popular weekly email enjoyed by all types of Jews. Learn More

  2. A Minute Vort #3, "It can take just a minute to make a moment!"

    A Minute Vort #3, "It can take just a minute to make a moment!"


    Excuse Me, Do you have a minute?

    People always have sixty seconds available. Why not act upon something that you have been procrastinating?

    Here's a list of few things you can do in one minute or less:

    • Wash that plate or cereal bowl instead of putting It in the sink
    • Send that one email reply you've been avoiding
    • Floss your teeth
    • Take all the receipts, papers, and garbage out of your car
    • Take the cloths off the hooks and hang them up
    • Buy someone a gift (online)
    • Do thirty push-ups
    • Grow spiritually by acquiring valuable insights from the weekly Torah portion

    Feel connected to the weekly parashah and have something profound to share. A Minute Vort has inspired thousands around the globe with its thought-provoking questions, engaging stories, and impactful lessons, delivered in a clear and concise manner.

    An enjoyable read, a spiritual boost, and a great tool with which to engage an audience is now in your hands.


    "Rabbi Eli Scheller is a wellspring of insights and stories to bring the parashah into the daily lives of people in all walks of life."

    Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits

    "This time it takes to say over these vorts might only be a minute, but the timeless messages that are conveyed within can help people for a lifetime."

    Rabbi Yaakov Hopfer

    "In his inimitable style, Rabbi Eli Scheller always has something insightful and interesting to share about the parashah."

    Rabbi Nechamia Coopersmit, Chief Editor,

    "I went though a number of pieces. It is insightful, inspiring, and very creative (funny as well!). What a wonderful addition it will be to my library, and I hope to share it with others as well."

    Rabbi Yechiel Spero Learn More

  3. Hear Your Call, Fire Up Your Passion For Growth

    Hear Your Call, Fire Up Your Passion For Growth


    As a well-known mashpiah in a beis midrash, Rabbi Munk masterfully creates warm and enlightening soundbites that weave the parashah and contemporary wisdom into short bite-sized lessons. He zeroes in on issues that face today's generation in a style that stirs the soul and inspires both young and old.


    "The divrei Torah are full of yiras Shamayim and hashkafas haTorah … b'ezras Hashem it will be a big benefit to all of Klal Yisrael."

    HaRav Simcha Bunim Cohen, shlita, Rav, Kahal Ateres Yeshaya

    "Pearls of wisdom and amazing chiddushim that speak about lofty matters."

    HaRav Chaim Zvi Senter, shlita, Rosh Yeshiva, Aderes HaTorah Yerushalayim

    "Real life experiences to open the mind and heart of the reader. Short, sweet, and to the point… a worthwhile investment of one's time."

    Rav Gavriel Friedman, shlita, senior lecturer, Aish HaTorah Jerusalem

    About the Author

    Rabbi Yosy Munk grew up in Brooklyn, NY, and learned in Yeshiva and Mesivta Torah Temimah. During his beis midrash years, he continued his learning by HaRav Meir Stern, shlita, and developed a close relationship with Rav Mordechai Schwab, zt"l, the Mashgiach of the Passaic yeshiva. He also learned in Yeshivas Bais Hatalmud in Bensonhurst and heard shmuzen from Rav Shlomo Brevda, zt"l.

    Together with his wife, the daughter of Rav Moshe Possick, shlita, from Torah Umesorah, Rabbi Munk moved to Lakewood, NJ, and learned in Beth Medrash Govoha for eighteen years. He joined Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Newman, shlita, in Yeshiva Mayan Hatorah, where he serves as a sho'el u'meishiv and has had the opportunity to develop a strong connection with the bachurimand grow together with them. Rabbi Munk has been sharing divrei Torah with the students every Friday for the last twelve years. Learn More

  4. Wit & Wisdom, What the Weekly Parsha teaches Us about life

    Wit & Wisdom, What the Weekly Parsha teaches Us about life


    Wit & Wisdom, What the Weekly Parsha teaches Us about life Learn More
  5. Zera Shimshon #2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah

    Zera Shimshon #2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah


    Zera Shimshon. Come for the segulah. Stay for the Torah.

    People looking for shidduchim. People waiting for the blessing of children. People struggling financially. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, have discovered the power of the Zera Shimshon's promise:

    "... [those who learn my Torah] will see children, and children's children... wise and discerning, and homes filled with everything good, and wealth and honor..."

    From the Introduction to Zera Shimshon by R' Shimshon Chaim Nachmani

    But though many begin their study of Zera Shimshon because of the increasingly clear power of the segulah, they stay because of the beauty and wisdom of the Zera Shimshon's insights!

    Like the first bestselling volume, Zera Shimshon 2: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah combines three elements:

    The Sefer: 
    Selections translated and adapted from Sefer Zera Shimshon. Written by the brilliant 18th-century Italian Talmudist, Rabbi Shimshon Chaim Nachmani, this volume features several segments on every parashah.

    The Stories:
    The Zera Shimshon's commentary on each parashah is followed by a true story, told in Nachman Seltzer's inimitable style.

    The Segulah: 
    In his introduction, Rav Nachmani promises great blessings to those who learn his work - and in the past decades, we've seen that promise come true! Learn More

  6. Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein

    Achas Sha'alti, Halachic Challenges from the wisdom of R' Yitzchak Zilberstein


    Achas Sha'alti is a collection of fascinating halachic challenges and solutions - from the Torah wisdom shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt"l - made especially for kids! For each parsha of the week, two captivating modern-day stories present questions to be solved and their answers, accompanied by illustrations from the acclaimed artist, Yoni Gerstein.

    Your children (and you!) will be enthralled.

    A runaway bestseller in Hebrew, now the entire family, young and old, can bring the excitement of Torah to your Shabbos tale. Learn More

  7. The Steinsaltz Chumash

    The Steinsaltz Chumash


    This volume features several innovative elements including:


    • Hebrew verses in clear Koren font, with vowels and punctuation
    • Accessible English translation that reflects Rabbi Steinsaltz’s understanding of the text
    • Parshiyot divided thematically with introductory explanations
    • Color photos that identify biblical objects and illustrate complicated concepts
    • Notes and photos of modern archaeological and scientific findings
    • Maps, illustrations, and charts to clarify locations and concepts
    • Supplemental background materials, cross-references to the Torah Learn More
  8. Chumash with the Teachings of the Talmud, #1 Sefer Bereishis

    Chumash with the Teachings of the Talmud, #1 Sefer Bereishis


    A resource that will change the way you understand Chumash.

    The Oral Torah is based on the Written Torah, and it often cites verses from the Chumash. In this unique Chumash commentary, the original text of the Oral Torah and an easy-to-follow explanation appear with the verse that was cited in the Mishnah or Talmud. Here, we can see what the Oral Torah had to say about the Chumash verses, profoundly enriching our understanding of the Chumash itself.

    The Milstein Edition Chumash with the Teachings of the Talmud includes:

    • Hebrew text of the Chumash with a flowing English translation
    • Rashi and Onkelos, fully vowelized
    • The text of Mishnah, Talmuds Bavli and Yerushalmi, or Mesechtos Ketanos that mentions the verse, in the original Hebrew or Aramaic
    • An easy-to-read narrative adaptation of the text of the Oral Torah, explaining what the Sages say
    • When a verse is the source of one of the 613 mitzvahs, a citation from the Sefer HaChinuch (Book of Mitzvos) Learn More
  9. Veha'arev Na #3

    Veha'arev Na #3


    We ask Hashem each day "Veha'arev Na - Please make our Torah learning sweet!" And the bestselling Vehaarev NaM/b> series does just that, by presenting the fascinating halachic challenges and solutions of Rabbi Yitzchak Zilberstein shlita, son-in-law of HaGaon Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv zt"l.

    Now, in this third English volume, readers can continue to enjoy these intriguing and stimulating shiurim, based on the weekly parshah. Written in a deceptively easy style by Rabbi Erez Chazani, a student of Rav Zilberstein and a member of the Rav's Kollel Beis David in Cholon, Veha'arev Na brings the excitement of Torah to everyone's Shabbos table.

    Baruch, a convert to Judaism, is blessed with his first son. Can his gentile father be sandek at the bris?

    A tourist from abroad places a wad of dollars into the Kosel HaMaaravi as a "gift." What should be done with the money?

    Two people, one wearing tefillin while the second is carrying his, arrive together at shul at precisely the same moment. Who should enter first?

    A doctor performing a transplant removes the wrong kidney from the donor but thereby saves her life. Is he liable for negligence?

    A gabbai orders a taxi so that the Jewish driver can complete the minyan in his shul. Who must pay the cabdriver's bill?

    Reuven discovers that a prankster wrote Hashem's Name in the dust on his dirty windshield. Can he erase it? Learn More

  10.  More Power Points, Short Stories & Enlightening insights for Your Shabbos & Yom Tov Table

    More Power Points, Short Stories & Enlightening insights for Your Shabbos & Yom Tov Table


    A flash of inspiration. A razor-sharp explanation of the words of a pasuk. The thrill of a true story shedding light on the meaning of an event from the parshah. Powerful points.

    That's what this book is made up of.

    Amidst the plethora of parshah books on the market today, the Power Points series stands out in a most unique way. These are books that will provide you with beautiful insights to say over at the Shabbos table each week and on each Yom Tovwith minimal time and effort. The beauty of each piece is in its brevity yet clarity.

    Following the success of Power Points, the first book in this series, More Power Points will provide you with a new wellspring of succinct and compelling divrei Torah on the parshah and moadim. Also included in this book is Kuntres Zichron Mordechai, a compilation of longer divrei Torah, all of which stand out in their beauty and relevance to the reader.

    Maximize your Shabbos and Yom Tov table experience in a powerful way with More Power Points.


    About the Author

    Rabbi Ephraim Nisenbaum is the director of the Jewish Learning Connection, an adult educational center in Cleveland, OH. He studied at Telshe Yeshiva, Chicago, and also under Rav Shlomo Wolbe zt"l in Israel. Rabbi Nisenbaum also authored The Narrative of Faith HaggadahPowerlines: Essays on the Jewish Holidays; 49 Steps to Greatness; and But I Thought. Learn More

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