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  1. Go To Yourself

    Go To Yourself


    Deep down, we all sense that finding meaning and fulfillment depends on finding ourselves. But how can we do this?

    • Go to Yourself is based on Rabbi Israel Salanter’s unique approach to creating personal transformation, which includes three concepts: Awareness, Control and Transformation.

    Awareness (hergesh) means to gain self-knowledge and insight into oneself.

    • Control (kevishah) comes next. It refers to taking conscious control over our inner negative influences.

    • Transformation (tikkun) occurs when the ‘deceptive self’ (yetzer hara) is transformed to follow the wishes of the true, good, inner self – in beautiful harmony.

    Finally, Rav Israel’s transformative teachings are available to the English-speaking public. Go to Yourself enables each of us to find ourselves – and find happiness. Learn More

  2. What Chabad Really Believes

    What Chabad Really Believes


    Beginning with the evolution of Chassidic mysticism—commencing with the Baal Shem Tov—the book’s narrative is ultimately drawn to the climactic nature of our present era. Penned as an encounter between two friends, Danni and Jay, the manuscript is interlaced with their animated interaction. This occurs as Danni, the more observant of the two, shares Chassidic insights with his disenfranchised friend, Jay, during a flight to Poland on an education Jewish Federation mission. When Danni speaks out in Treblinka, it causes an inner shift in Jay, leaving him spiritually inspired and motivated. Yet, at the same time he grows increasingly perturbed over his seemingly insurmountable religious predicament. Danni eases Jay’s distress through the teachings of Chassidus as it relates to our particular age and to each individual.

    In Jay’s character the author attempts to address the prevalent state of affairs within the broader Jewish community—the untold number of religiously challenged, due to a lack of Jewish education. How many Jays are out there?

    The “creative literary” style of this book is designed to convey the core principles of Chassidic philosophy in a most palpable, user friendly fashion. Learn More

  3. Jewish Life and Jewish Laughter, Insights on Our Journey Through Life

    Jewish Life and Jewish Laughter, Insights on Our Journey Through Life


    Despite our often-troubled history, Jews have always found plenty of opportunities for laughter.

    In Jewish Life and Jewish Laughter, by popular author and speaker Rabbi YY Rubinstein, we will travel along the paths a Jewish life takes, from cradle to grave. We will discover what the Torah has to tell us about those journeys and how to overcome the challenges we find there.

    And each chapter is accompanied by the essential companion of every Jewish life: Jewish laughter. Learn More

  4. Yemima Mizrachi Speaks, Words of Torah. Words of chizuk. Words you have to hear

    Yemima Mizrachi Speaks, Words of Torah. Words of chizuk. Words you have to hear


    Come and hear Yemima Mizrachi speak.

    She'll energize you. She'll awaken you to the wondrous potential within you. She'll make you laugh, and cry, and change.

    And she'll do it all through the power of Torah.

    Based on her incredibly popular classes, and sensitively adapted by Shiffy Friedman, Yemima Mizrachi Speaks perfectly captures the beloved voice of the woman who has become a worldwide phenomenon.

    Yemima Mizrachi's range of Torah sources is absolutely extraordinary - and so is her understanding of the world around us, the challenges we face, the strengths we have (even those we don't know about!) the weaknesses that we can also put to good use.

    Women grappling with daunting problems will learn from Sarah Imeinu how to live a "double life" dealing with struggle while choosing to be happy. Waiting for geulah? The first phase of redemption, the Rabbanit shows us, is to accept and understand the depth of Hashem's love for us - that was true in Pharaoh's Egypt, and it is just as true now. To understand how to teach our children effectively, the Rabbanit goes to the Master Teacher of the Jewish People, Moshe Rabbeinu.

    As you read through these pages, you will revel in the Rabbanit's piercing vision into our hearts and minds, and her profound understanding of the Torah's messages to us. You will learn to better appreciate and love your family, your neighbors, your fellow Jews - and the woman who smiles back at you when you look in a mirror.

    If you're one of the tens of thousands of women who have been inspired by Yemima Mizrachi, you will be thrilled to have her words at your fingertips. And if you've never heard her... prepare to take an unforgettable journey into life, with the Torah as your guidebook and Yemima Mizrachi as your laughing, loving guide. Learn More

  5. Illuminations of the Maggid, Stories that will enlighten your heart and spark your soul

    Illuminations of the Maggid, Stories that will enlighten your heart and spark your soul


    Rabbi Paysach Krohn is today's successor of the great maggidim of Europe and Israel. Historically, the maggid was a talmid chacham, an orator, an observer of his society, and he would often travel from town to town and even country to country, speaking to communities. The best were charismatic, magnetic speakers, who could deliver an important, meaningful message in an appealing manner. People would enjoy the presentation, but that was the sugar coating for the inner message that inspire them to improve themselves.

    That describes Rabbi Krohn perfectly. He is an enormously popular and sought-after speaker and lecturer. He has the uncanny ability to combine personal verve, warmth, and enthusiasm, as he uplifts audiences with an incredibly broad range of captivating and inspiring stories about famous and unknown people.

    His appearances fill halls and arenas throughout the world. And that adds spice to this marvelous book, because wherever Rabbi Krohn goes - North America, Israel, Europe, Australia -- people tell him stories. In this captivating volume he presents us with the best of those countless stories, in his inimitable, infectious style.

    But this American Maggid is much more than a storyteller. He hears a story and delves beneath its surface to perceives its lesson. What kernel of truth is buried in the narrative? How does it relate to us and what can it teach us? He mines everyday life for these eternal truths and shares them with us.

    Yes - the Maggid is back and we readers are the winners. So let's read, think, smile, shed an occasional tear, and come away a happier, better people. Learn More

  6. Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People, Finding Light in the Darkness

    Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People, Finding Light in the Darkness


    Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People addresses one of the most frequently asked questions of all time. After the passing of his wife at a very young age, leaving him with four children under the age of nine, Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt spent years finding the balance between his overwhelming pain of loss and his concurrent appreciation that everything God does is for the best. Why would an all-loving 'good' God do something seemingly so 'bad' to him and his young children? The answer is that He didn't.

    With this premise, Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People expertly tackles the most challenging topic of all time. With a light and sometimes humorous style, and through sharing his own personal story of loss and recovery, Rabbi Rosenblatt provides an answer to the almost unanswerable question. He will challenge your conceptions as he delivers a remarkable and powerful argument that in fact, bad things simply don't happen to good people!

    Why Bad things Don't Happen to Good People is a must-have in every Jewish home!


    "I couldn't put it down… I have every confidence that Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People will be well received."

    Rabbi Michel Twerski

    "I am sure this book will be of assistance to so many people who are faced with seemingly insurmountable challenges, and can breathe new life into those who have succumbed to despair."

    Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits

    "This is a work of courage and faith that will give courage and faith to those who read it and absorb its hope-filled message."

    Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

    "It is extremely enjoyable and readable while being profoundly insightful."

    Rabbi Noah Weinberg Learn More

  7. Sea Traveler: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer and Chassidic Meditation

    Sea Traveler: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Prayer and Chassidic Meditation


    Disentangle your mind... and set off on a journey of self-discovery.

    Translating the deepest concepts of Jewish mystical thought into a language everybody can understand, this book will help you develop a feeling of calm mindfulness, faith and joyful attachment to the Almighty each morning. Learn More

  8. The New Normal

    The New Normal


    As the daughter of a Rebbe, the wife of a Rebbe, and a respected teacher of Torah herself, Rebbetzin Feige Twerski has been inspiring and uplifting Jewish women around the world for decades – and transmitting the eternal and Divine truths of our ancient tradition.

    In this fascinating and unique book, she tackles what is perhaps our greatest challenge: the new world, and the “new normal.”

    It isn’t only technology that has changed: with remarkable speed, the world’s values have radically changed. What was considered absolutely wrong only a generation ago is now…. glorified. How do we combat these destructive outside influences? How do we remain positive – and strong?

    In this inspiring and practical book, Rebbetzin Twerksi shows us the way.

    “My very inspired and talented Rebbetzin began writing articles that resonated with women across the world and thus attained global recognition. She was invited to speak all over America and Europe, and her articles morphed into two popular books published by ArtScroll’s Mesorah division. Predictably, I was now being introduced as … Rebbetzin Feige’s husband… But… no one need feel sorry for me. The reason for that is that the Twerski family mantra, from the cradle onward, was, “Work hard at being the very best ‘you’ who you can be, because that’s all that matters. Hashem does not mark on the curve.” We were raised on the story of our illustrious forbearer, Reb Zisha of Anapolie, zt”l, who told his chassidim that he was not afraid if, after his earthly sojourn, Hashem would ask him, “Zisha, why weren’t you as great as Moshe Rabbeinu, or Rabbi Akiva, or the Baal Shem Tov?” He felt confident that he could defend himself adequately against those questions. Reb Zisha said that what he feared most was Hashem saying to him, “Zisha, why weren’t you Zisha?” …

    At the core of my Rebbetzin’s work is the conviction that every individual, regardless of gender, has an inner integrity that is holy, pure, capable, and effective, and that is accessible in every avenue of life to enable us to enjoy life to the fullest. Her conclusion in this regard is that this end can only be attained by our determination to be ourselves. I encourage everyone who peruses this very wise, down-to-earth, practical, and insightful collection … to deeply breathe in that which it has to offer. It will, beyond a doubt, enrich your life and the lives of your loved ones in ways that will enable you to cope effectively with the contemporary challenges of The New Normal.”

    From the Introduction by Rav Michel Twerski, shlita

    Rebbetzin Feige Twerski is the mother of eleven children and many grandchildren whose number she refuses to divulge. Alongside her husband, Rabbi Michel Twerski, shlita, she serves as Rebbetzin to her community in Milwaukee and counsels people all over the globe. The Rebbetzin is a popular lecturer, speaking on a wide variety of topics to audiences in America and overseas. She is the author of Ask Rebbetzin Feige and Rebbetzin Feige Responds (both published by Artscroll). Learn More

  9. Dancing in Our Hearts, Serve Hashem with Joy

    Dancing in Our Hearts, Serve Hashem with Joy


    Who doesn’t want to be happy?

    In Dancing in Our Hearts, Rabbi Michoel Fletcher helps us find happiness as we live our lives as Jews. By taking us on a journey through the year and examining our tefillos through fresh eyes, he allows us to experience the joy in our relationship with Hashem and our performance of mitzvos.

    This simchah, he explains, is contagious. By feeling happier ourselves, we will make our homes, our communities, and the entire Jewish nation full of simchah as well.

    It’s just a small leap and a jump…and soon we’ll be dancing in our hearts, even as we continue our day-to-day routines.

    “This will be a valuable addition to the library of English-speaking Jewry and serve to guide them in their daily lives…”

    —Rabbi Shraga Feivel Zimmerman, Rav of Gateshead, England

    “[Rabbi Fletcher’s] most recent work…describes many ways of feeling uplifted, happy, and proud with our lives as Jews. The book’s core message should cause us all to really dance.”

    —Rabbi Yosef Rubinstein, Rosh Yeshivas Ohr Yehoshua Nesivos HaTorah,

    Ramat Beit Shemesh Learn More

  10. Teshuvah Through Recovery, Experience the transformative power of the twelve steps

    Teshuvah Through Recovery, Experience the transformative power of the twelve steps




    Trapped, with no way out.

    HEAR THE VOICES OF THOSE MOST VULNERABLE: Those addicted to alcohol, drugs, gambling, exposure to inappropriate material, and other destructive plagues of our times. Promising yeshivah bachurim, kollel yungeleit—no group is immune to the devastation of these dangers. Spouses and parents watch helplessly as their loved ones sink into pain and despair.

    In this eye-opening book on teshuvah and recovery, renowned author and psychiatrist Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski offers his wise insights into the psychological and spiritual aspects of addiction and the benefits of joining a twelve-step program. Included are inspiring personal accounts of those who have descended to the lowest recesses, yet emerged triumphant from the depths of darkness.

    Addressing the common questions addicts—and their families—ask, Rabbi Twerski challenges our thought processes and debunks the myths about addiction in the frum community. He tackles such topics as why this scourge is so widespread today, why the Twelve Steps are effective in addressing this problem, and where to turn for those desperately needed answers.

    Teshuvah through Recovery is a book that no suffering person or family should be without.

    Please be advised that this book contains sensitive material. Learn More

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