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  1. The Emunah Reality, Bring Life Into Focus with Emunah
  2. Matters of the Heart, Heartfelt Thoughts and Reflections on Life's Moments and Opportunities
  3. Strengthen Your Emunah
  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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
  7. 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

  8. Think Good And It Will Be Good

    Think Good And It Will Be Good

    $19.00

    Are you feeling Depressed or Anxious?

    Think "Good" and Search for More Meaning in Your Life.

    Amidst the horrors of Auschwitz, a daring Jewish psychiatrist revealed one of the two secrets to overcoming depression and anxiety. Viktor Frankl, the founder of Logotherapy (the therapy of meaning) found that "those who knew that there was a task waiting for them to fulfill were most apt to survive the concentration camps."

    Frankl was not just referring to those interned in the camps or held captive as prisoners of war. He was offering a path forward for all people facing challenges -- whether physical or emotional -- to look beyond the limits of self and into the world of meaning and spirituality.

    Over 150 years earlier, the Tzemach Tzemach, the venerable leader of the Chabad Hasidic movement, shared the other secret for achieving happiness and emotional well being when he said, "Think Good and It Will Be Good.” This spiritual and psychological principle has the power to transform feelings of sadness or worry, freeing your mind to focus on the goodness inherent in people and situations

    In Think Good It Will Be Good you'll learn how the insights of Frankl and Hasidic thought form the basis of Torah Psychology, a spiritually-focused therapy that can help you find meaning, think positively, and inspire optimism in your life.

    Accolades for Think Good It Will Be Good

    ​ "Think Good And It Will Be Good is a treasure trove of cognitive, emotional - and most importantly - spiritual, strategies for attaining equanimity and happiness. Rabbi Schonbuch offers a depth of psychological and spiritual wisdom in an easy-to-read and easy-to-grasp style. Although anyone who reads the book will benefit from its practical and inspirational content, those who routinely struggle with depressed or anxious feelings will find particular relief and solace within its pages. Highly recommended!"

    ​ Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M. Ed., C. Psych., psychologist and author of "Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice," "The Fear Fix," and "Make Yourself at Home."

    "This is a short book long on substance. Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch gracefully brings together the worlds of Torah and psychology, offering helpful insights into some of the most serious mental health issues. He mobilizes the power of the spirit, deftly convincing those wrestling with serious matters that they can overcome, that with relatively straightforward attitude shifts they can right the ship. A most empowering, helpful, and inspirational volume."

    Rabbi Dr. Reuven P. Bulka, Editor Journal of Judaism and Psychology, author of numerous books on Viktor Frankl including Work, Love, Suffering, Death: A Jewish/Psychological Perspective Through Logotherapy, The Quest for Ultimate Meaning: Principles and Applications of Logotherapy, and editor of Applying Logotherapy. Learn More

  9. A Bridge Called Prayer

    A Bridge Called Prayer

    $28.50

    Each day a Jew arrives at the Bridge Called Prayer. He consciously decides whether or not to connect each blessing and challenge to the Almighty. Crossing the bridge initiates an intimate relationship with Avinu Malkeinu. Failing in this assignment, he becomes entangled in a web of distractions and ignores his treasured heirloom.

    In these days of chaos and confusion, before the arrival of the Mashiach, Chazal advise us to strengthen our emuna and rely more on our bond with the Almighty and less on our own exertions. Prayer is the catalyst of our salvation.

    A Bridge Called Prayer offers insight and practical tools in these critical areas of spiritual growth. The aim of this sefer is to inspire the reader to design and construct his own Bridge Called Prayer through…

    Fascinating explanations and insights from classic and contemporary sources.

    Practical advice and encouragement to help improve your prayer experience immediately!

    Inspiring anecdotes and stories of Sages, past and present.

    About The Author:

    Rabbi Yehonason Alpren was born in Birmingham, England. Formerly a talmid of Yeshivas Kerem B'Yavne and Gateshead Yeshiva, he trained as a lawyer and has been a member of the Kollel of the Mirrer Yeshiva in Jerusalem for the last thirty-five years.

    Rabbi Alpren guides his listeners with practical lessons and suggestions from Chazal, adapting and applying them into everyday lifetime situations. He transforms Torah study into a delightful experience through inspirational insights and personal experience. Learn More

  10. Constants: 6 Mitzvos You Can Always Do

    Constants: 6 Mitzvos You Can Always Do

    $25.75

    "The Six Constant Mitzvos," or "Shesh Mitzvos Temidios," refer to six unique commandments:

    Anochi Hashem - belief in G-d;

    Lo Yihyeh - there shall be no other gods;

    Yichud Hashem - belief in the Oneness and Unity of Hashem;

    Ahavas Hashem - love of Hashem;

    Yiras Hashem - fear or awe of Hashem; and

    Lo Sassuru - do not stray, following your desires.

    These six concepts are not defined or limited by time or circumstance. They always apply. At a deeper level, they relate to the most fundamental Jewish ideas, form the core and very essence of Judaism, and inform the very purpose of our lives.

    As we delve into them more deeply, it will become clear that the process of attaining growth and fulfillment through them is an ongoing process. How do we make them - and thus the fundamentals of Judaism - part of us?

    This ground-breaking, easy-to-read, and life-changing book explores the essence of each of these ideas. Written by a respected talmid chacham and master educator, this incredible sefer expands our intellectual knowledge and changes our inner world.

    About the Author :

    Rabbi Tzadok Cable is originally from Miami, Florida. He moved to Israel in 1992 and has been immersed in Jewish learning ever since. He was head of the Rabbinical Ordination Program at Yeshivas Aish Hatorah from 2001-2013, and has also served as Rav of Kehillas Bnei Torah in Beitar Ilit, and as a senior educator in various Torah institutions. He has forged key relationships with some of the greatest Torah luminaries of the generation, among them Rav Noach Weinberg zt"l, Rav Yitzchak Berkowitz, shlita, Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg shlita, Rav Yirmiyahu Kagganoff, shlita, Rav Yonason Berger shlita, and Rav Daniel Spetner shlita.

    Approbations :

    "an encyclopedia of relevant sources dealing with virtually every aspect of the Shesh Mitzvos… It is my wish and tefillah that this work will reach the minds of hearts of so many Jews…"

    Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits

    "a masterpiece; a magnum opus encompassing every aspect of this important subject. It is undoubtedly the most comprehensive and thought provoking work on this topic that I have ever seen."

    Rabbi Avrohom Chaim Feuer Learn More

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