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  1. The Practical Guide to Shmiras Ha'einayim

    The Practical Guide to Shmiras Ha'einayim

    $12.50

    A halachic guide for men

    The immodesty that surrounds us presents one of the most formidable challenges of our time.

    How do we protect ourselves?

    The answer is: Take the first step and learn the halachos of guarding your eyes.

    Reb Yisroel Salanter advised that one of the best ways to overcome the yetzer hara is to study that subject’s halachos. This invaluable guide by renowned author and posek Rabbi Shaul Wagschal, z”l, provides a clear and simple way to do just that.

    Features a helpful halachic summary chart!

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  2. התוועדות

    התוועדות

    $17.50

    התוועדות

    הספר 'התוועדות' הינו אוצר בלום של רעיונות ופנינים חסידיים מתוך התוועדויות חסידיות עם הרב אבן-ישראל. Learn More

  3. Living Simchah, Finding the joy in everything

    Living Simchah, Finding the joy in everything

    $24.75

    Life is boring / frustrating / painful / disappointing (pick one)

    It doesn't have to be.

    I'll be happy if I get a new car / better job / great shidduch (pick one)

    Not necessarily.

    So where, then, can I find the simchah, the joy in learning, in mitzvahs and in life?

    It's easier than you think. Just pick up this book and start learning how to live simchah!

    Rabbi Hadar Margolin is a man on a mission - and that mission is to bring more simchah into our lives. As we see in Living Simchah, simchah is much more than a fleeting emotion. It's a powerful force, a way of life mandated by the Torah itself.

    Living Simchah offers us step-by-step guidance to help us infuse all of our actions with simchah. In these short, readable segments, we will learn what simchah really is (and what it isn't). What the benefits are of living a life of simchah. How to deal with the "down days." Why simchah is a choice - and a mitzvah - and why Hashem wants us to live that way.

    These brief segments contain so much: Torah hashkafah, quotations from classic works of Mussar, Chassidic writings, and Jewish thought, true-life stories, practical advice and, yes, jokes and quips to keep us smiling as we journey to true simchah.

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  4. The Emunah Reality, Bring Life Into Focus with Emunah
  5. Matters of the Heart, Heartfelt Thoughts and Reflections on Life's Moments and Opportunities
  6. Strengthen Your Emunah
  7. The Wisdom of Wealth, Torah Values Regarding Money

    The Wisdom of Wealth, Torah Values Regarding Money

    $19.00

    The Torah contains many laws regarding money, including both positive and negative commandments (dos and don'ts). Still, many money-related topics are not directly codified. For example:

    How do we balance trust in G-d with earning a livelihood?

    Is financial self-sufficiency a Torah goal?

    How should we approach financial planning (including investing and retirement planning)?

    How much should we be spending, really? Is it appropriate to spend on luxuries? What if others will be jealous?

    How does wealth impact our character?

    The Torah has a great deal to teach regarding money and wealth. Drawing from classic sources, The Wisdom of Wealth is fascinating, encyclopedic, and eminently readable. Finally, Torah wisdom in this crucial area of our daily lives is accessible to all.

    About The Author:

    Rabbi Chananel Herbsman graduated Yeshiva University magna cum laude with a degree in economics and received his semichah (rabbinic ordination) from RIETS. He has been working in the kashrus department of the Orthodox Union for many years. Rabbi Herbsman resides with his family in Upper Manhattan. This is his first book. Learn More

  8. Teachings Of the Rebbe On Chinuch

    Teachings Of the Rebbe On Chinuch

    $28.50

    The Rebbe has given us chinuch directives appropriate for the unique characteristics and challenges of our generation. The Rebbe’s teachings are clear, thought-provoking, awe-inspiring and most importantly, practical and achievable.

    In this sefer we have translated the Rebbe’s teachings on parenting and education on a broad variety of topics. It is appropriate for parents, soon-to-be parents, as well as educators of children of all ages, from before birth to adulthood.

    Be prepared: The Rebbe’ s uniquely positive approach will transform the way you see your child and student and infuse meaning and vitality into the way you see your role as a parent or educator! Learn More

  9. Kaleidoscope: Uplifting Views on Daily Life

    Kaleidoscope: Uplifting Views on Daily Life

    $14.95

    The Rebbe applied Torah’s values and ideals to modern life in a way that made Judaism relevant and vital for a new generation. Kaleidoscope is a journey into the Rebbe's uplifting world of ideas and life lessons. Learn More
  10. Perfectly Imperfect, Breaking Out of the Ordinary and Striving for Greatness

    Perfectly Imperfect, Breaking Out of the Ordinary and Striving for Greatness

    $18.00

    The Alter of Novardok teaches that there are two different types of people, the 'chochom' and the 'talmid chochom'. The 'chochom' sees himself as already wise and virtuous. He doesn't want to put in efforts to improve. He may live a life of superficial goodness, but he is stuck where he is, and thus eventually sinks deeper and deeper.

    The 'talmid chochom', on the other hand, sees himself as a student. He recognizes that he does not know everything, and that he does not do everything right. Paradoxically, it is the acceptance of his imperfection that gives him the ability to learn from his mistakes and, slowly, perfect himself.

    Are you a student of wisdom? If so, this book is for you.

    In it, we join master educator Ari Goldwag on his journey from superficial 'nice-ness' to true goodness.

    In it, we find the inspiration to accept ourselves - and change. We are, after all, (perfectly) imperfect.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Ari Goldwag spent his formative years studying in the Yeshiva of Far Rockaway and developing his path in the world of Personal Growth and mussar under the guidance of Rabbi Yechiel Perr, the Rosh Yeshiva. He continued his studies in Yeshivas Mir in Jerusalem. R' Ari has since become a prolific writer and lecturer on a variety of Torah subjects. Hundreds of students follow and download his "Parsha Podcast" and other classes each week. He uses his Torah ideas alongside the music that he is well known for. His five solo albums have been bestsellers and his popular song, "Am Echad," has become a classic, alongside his Shabbos song, "Kah Ribon." He also writes and produces music for other artists (including Benny Friedman's hit "Yesh Tikvah"). He lives with his wife Talia and their five children in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel. Learn More

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