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  1. The Inside Story, #1 Genesis

    The Inside Story, #1 Genesis


    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. What did God really want to happen when He put a man, a woman, a serpent, and a forbidden tree together in a garden, and what does this tell us about our own transgressions and debacles? How do we build our own “Noah’s ark” to escape the flood of material worries and cares that threaten to drown our spiritual sensitivities? Why do certain things pursue us no matter how much we try to avoid them? Which is the more important goal to pursue, tranquility or joy? The eighty essays in this volume, which are based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s writings and talks, each explore an event or insight from one of the twelve weekly Torah readings of the book of Genesis to illuminate the big questions of life as well as its most rudimentary concerns. Learn More

  2. Parsha Pshetl, #2

    Parsha Pshetl, #2


    Enjoy a vast collection of beautiful and diverse Divrei Torah on the Parshah. Each “Pshetl” begins with a question and ends with a thought provoking answer. An eclectic array of sources is given to explain how the author drew his concluding thought. The commentaries quoted are culled from Rishonim, Achronim, Litvish, Chassidish, Sefardic, Kabbalah, and everything in between. Challenge yourself to have a deeper understanding of the Parshah!

    This Sefer is a perfect resource for those looking to gain a concise, yet insightful, look at each week’s Parshah, and is an excellent reference for those preparing a Dvar Torah, or speech for a Simcha, or just looking to learn more on the Parshah. It is also a unique and useful gift for a Bar Mitzvah Bochur, friend, host, or anyone wanting to get a taste and understanding of the powerful life lessons intrinsically woven into each Parshah.

    Parshah Pshetl is sure to become a favorite for all those who wish to incorporate and infuse their lives with the timeless lessons of the weekly Parshah. Learn More

  3. Torah Connections, Reaching Your Potential Through the Parashah

    Torah Connections, Reaching Your Potential Through the Parashah


    Demonstrates the relevance of the Torah's timeless teachings to readers of all levels and backgrounds. Drawing on a wide variety of sources, Rabbi Dovid Rosman communicates empowering, practical messages derived from many intricate areas of Torah that help readers internalize important life lessons and appreciate the nuances of the Chumash.

    This important book will help you discover how to find your life's purpose;

    How to have meaningful relationships;

    How to be a successful leader;

    How to influence others and give good advice;

    How to be an effective parent;

    How to maximize your Shabbos, and much more for living a true Torah life. Learn More

  4. Classics and Beyond, Parsha Pearls from Classic Commentators to Modern Times

    Classics and Beyond, Parsha Pearls from Classic Commentators to Modern Times


    Why did Hashem change Sarah's words describing Avraham as old, when he certainly would nothave been bothered by her actual statement?

    What special quality do stars possess that the Jewish people are compared to them?

    How did Yaakov think he could hide the fact that Korach was his descendant, something that is common knowledge?

    Classics and Beyond explores and answers these questions, as well as many others on the weekly parashah. Each intriguing topic is fashioned and constructed from classic and lesser-known commentaries to help you exercise your mind as you follow the logic of each piece all the way to its satisfying conclusion. You will find yourself enriched, and your insight and outlook on life will be enhanced along the way.

    With its stimulating style and often novel approach, Classics and Beyond can be enjoyed at the family Shabbos table, yet becherished also by accomplished scholars.

    So whoever you are,go ahead, read this book.... and go beyond! Learn More

  5. Shabbos & Yom Tov Divrei Torah For Children

    Shabbos & Yom Tov Divrei Torah For Children


    Let your child shine at the Shabbos and Yom Tov table!

    A compilation of Divrei Torah written in a clear and simple style for children to read and share at the Shabbos table!

    Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Learn More

  6. What If... #3, More fascinating Halachic discussions, for the Shabbos Table, arranged according to the weekly Torah Reading

    What If... #3, More fascinating Halachic discussions, for the Shabbos Table, arranged according to the weekly Torah Reading


    What if...

    ...a man needs to take a sleep test, but it will mean missing zeman Kriyas Shema?

    ...a candy thrown during an aufruf misses the chasan and breaks the gabbai's glasses?

    ...someone takes out his neighbor's garbage, but there was jewelry in the trash bag?

    Tens of thousands of readers have made the What If? series a staple at their Shabbos table. Based on the popular Hebrew-language series Chashukei Chemed, written by noted rav and posek, Rav Yitzchok Zilberstein shlita, and translated and arranged in the order of the weekly parashah by Rabbi Moshe Sherrow, What If? includes hundreds of real-life halachic questions, each accompanied by a brief, practical scenario to illustrate the case, and an analysis that is understandable and easy to follow.

    What If? 3 continues the stimulating Torah conversation, with more fascinating halachic questions and scenarios.

    What If...

    ...your Shabbos table conversation flowed as freely as fine wine?

    ...your children sat at Shabbos dinner, engaged and enthusiastic by the Torah discussion?

    ...your guests enjoyed the conversation as much - and even more - as they enjoyed your chulent?

    What If? 3 - The Torah conversation continues! Learn More

  7. Back To Basics Likkutei Sichos - #4 Bamidbar

    Back To Basics Likkutei Sichos - #4 Bamidbar


    Back2Basics is a program/curriculum that allows students to learn and appreciate the Rebbe’s sichos and simultaneously teaches the skills/tools necessary in order for the student to learn on their own from the original Yiddish text. It is a chavrusa based program that is maximized when the learning is done in pairs rather than in a typical classroom setting. This empowers the students to think for themselves and challenges them to come up with answers on their own. The targeted age is anywhere between 14-18, but the program has seen tremendous success both with younger children and adults. Our workbooks are the result of several years of fine tuning a system that engages the student and allows them to successfully learn independently.

    Back2Basics Goals:

    1) For the student to build the necessary skills in order to learn a Yiddish sicha on their own and understand it well.

    2) For the students to master the actual content of the sichos they will be learning in the curriculum.

    3) For the students to identify with the horaos (lessons) the Rebbe teaches in the sicha and apply them to their lives.

    Every element of the b2b curriculum fits into one of these three categories and assists in attaining these goals. Learn More

  8. Midrash Rabbah Bamidbar #2 Nasso(b), Chapter 6 through the end of Parshas Naso

    Midrash Rabbah Bamidbar #2 Nasso(b), Chapter 6 through the end of Parshas Naso


    If you want to unlock the spiritual and ethical treasures of Jewish thought... If you want to share the insights and brilliance of Midrashic commentators, both classic and contemporary... If you want to discover the depth and beauty of the Midrash... Now is the time to begin.

    A monumental and magnificent new Torah project: The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah

    Like the Talmud, the Midrash is part of the Oral Law. The Midrash delves into the spiritual essence of the revealed Torah. It adds many missing details of the Torah's narrative, and provides the ethical tradition that was passed down orally from generation to generation. Midrash Rabbah is the best known and most widely studied of all the Midrashic works. The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah is a 16-volume project covering all of Midrash Rabbah, on the entire Chumash and the Five Megillahs.

    The Kleinman Edition Midrash Rabbah features:

    The Hebrew text, newly typeset, on pages facing the English translation and commentary

    Many classic Hebrew commentaries, including Rashi, Matnos Kehunah, Eitz Yosef, and Maharzu, plus the out-of-print classic Eshed HaNechalim -- All newly typeset on the Hebrew page

    ArtScroll/Mesorah's acclaimed phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation of the Midrash text, created by an international team of Torah scholars for optimum understanding of the Midrash

    Explanatory footnotes to help clarify difficult passages and concepts

    A special "Insights" section that amplifies or complements our elucidated text and notes and at times brings a contemporary focus to the timeless words of the Midrash

    "Insights": Midrashic teachings enriching our contemporary understanding The Midrash has been the source of Jewish ethical and spiritual teachings for millennia, and has been mined for its treasures particularly by the masters of Mussar and Chassidic thought. In the unique "Insights" feature, we see the Midrash through the eyes of classic early authorities as well as more contemporary giants of Torah thought such as Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch, the Sefas Emes, and Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler, and many others. Learn More

  9. 4 Your Shabbos Table, For Parents, Young Adults, Deep Thinkers, And Everyone else

    4 Your Shabbos Table, For Parents, Young Adults, Deep Thinkers, And Everyone else


    The Shabbos table is one of the most wonderful gifts that Hashem gave the Jewish nation. Throughout history, our Shabbos tables have played a significant role in transmitting Torah ideas and values.

    Today, in our modern world the Shabbos table is more crucial than ever before. Modern technology has an almost unlimited array of distractions to lead us away from the Torah path and family values.

    With his over 25 years experience in counseling and assisting parents and young adults, Rabbi Moshe Speiser has written this book to enable his fellow Jews to enhance their Shabbos table. Full of deep insights, practical advice and inspirational out of the ordinary true stories, this book will give parents and young adults much to think and talk about.

    There are 54 Parshios in the Torah. For each one, you will find:

    An in-depth, unique Dvar Torah for adults; An essay for young adults to enhance their Judaism, middos and inter-personal relationships; Parenting/Shalom Bayis Tip; Short story or anecdote.

    The wisdom in this book will be an aid in strengthening family and inter-personal relationships, a guide for personal growth and a mind opener into the depths of our religion. Learn More

  10. The Chassidishe Parsha Torah Or-Likkutei Torah

    The Chassidishe Parsha Torah Or-Likkutei Torah


    English literature available on Chassidus has increased tenfold throughout the years, having us witness a real breakthrough in this regard. Hundreds of classical Chassidic texts have been translated and annotated by renowned writers and publishers. The monumental work of Tanya has been translated, explained, and disseminated in English throughout all corners of the globe. Nonetheless, we find that one of the greatest works of Chassidic thought has not yet found its way onto the English bookshelf, the Mamarim of Torah Or and Likkutei Torah of the Alter Rebbe. These works are considered to be the Oral Torah of the Tanya and are hence complementary to it. The Mamarim of Torah Or and Likkutei Torah are the foundation of most of the Mamarim of Chassidus of all the later generations. One of the reasons for the lack of an English counterpart for this Sefer is because of its great depth and advanced Kabbalistic jargon. It is our great honor to offer the English-speaking public the first full English counterpart for the great, illustrious works of Torah Or and Likkutei Torah. The Sefer includes a single Mamar per Parsha, which is summarized, explained, and brought into practical application for the reader. The Mamarim are not a direct translation of the Hebrew original, but rather a content summary of the Mamar. At times, due to the extended length of a certain Mamar, we may only summarize a certain section of the Mamar, and not the Mamar in its entirety. Each Parsha features a single selected Mamar from amongst the many Mamarim that are printed in the Hebrew original, giving our readers a taste and glimpse of the full content of this monumental work. Our main goal is for the reader to receive the content knowledge of the most fundamental Mamarim written by the Alter Rebbe, and for him to be given the tools for how to implement this knowledge within his daily life. Each Mamar concludes with a lessons box that summarizes the practical life lessons that we can derive from the Mamar. Also included are interesting parables that we find easy to relate to and help us to digest the content being studied, and internalize it. It is our heartfelt prayer that the Mamarim in this Sefer will uplift your spiritual experience and give you spiritual hope, faith, love, and trust in Hashem, being the light that illuminates your relationship with G-d. Learn More

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