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  1. Unfolding Potential, A Jewish Journey Of Self-Development

    Unfolding Potential, A Jewish Journey Of Self-Development

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    What is potential? How does it begin?

    Most importantly, how do we fulfill our potential?

    Unlike a skill that needs to be learned, potential already lies within each of us. It is waiting to be brought to the forefront. Thankfully, we are not directionless in this most central of life's challenges. Judaism (and each of the holidays, in particular) offers us some of the greatest guidance possible on how to 'actualize' ourselves.

    In this crucial task, we do not focus on what we have done. We focus on who we are meant to become.

    Jonah S.C. Muskat-Brown (M.SW) masterfully helps each of us unlock our potential to be happy, fulfilled, and connected. Learn More

  2. Super Special Shneur

    Super Special Shneur

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    A tale of strength and hope!

    Have you wondered how parents of special needs children cope? What can you say and what can you do to help?

    Sara Rivkah Lipsh opens up her heart and draws you in as she traversed difficulties, dilemmas and decision-making in the early years of her special child's life. Learn More

  3. Encouragement, Formulas, Stories, and Insights

    Encouragement, Formulas, Stories, and Insights

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    "Keep up the good work..."

    We're human. We need food. We need meaning and connection. And we most definitely need encouragement.

    "You can do it!"

    In his many popular books, Rabbi Zelig Pliskin gives us the tools we need to create satisfying, full lives - tools for happiness, kindness, courage, and patience. Now, in this wise and charming new volume, we learn how to effectively use the massive power of encouragement, to encourage ourselves and others, particularly when we feel overwhelmed or depleted.

    "Good job."

    In Encouragement, Rabbi Pliskin shares meditations and affirmations, inspirational true stories, and his trademark wise, practical advice. He shows us how our words can help others - and ourselves -- become more confident, optimistic, and upbeat people.

    And that's encouraging news for all of us! Learn More

  4. Breakthrough, How to Reach Our Struggling Kids

    Breakthrough, How to Reach Our Struggling Kids

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    The teenage years are often the most difficult – for parents and adolescents alike. Parents, hoping to transmit Torah traditions, may find themselves at a loss when dealing with struggling teens; while today’s teens are faced with influences and challenges unheard of a generation ago.

    Breakthrough: How to Reach Our Struggling Kids, is a brief yet power-packed volume from Rabbi Uri Zohar that addresses this divide between parents and children, and does so with compassion, keen insight into human nature, wisdom, and understanding.

    Deeply rooted in Torah sources, the author provides a unique and uplifting perspective that will encourage and enable parents to better grasp and deal with the challenges they face. Then going beyond perspective, Rabbi Zohar offers an array of profound, yet simple, strategies for building trust and communication, seeing the positive, understanding rebellion, avoiding confrontation…by employing the tools of patience, honesty, love and respect.

    This is truly an indispensable guide – not only for parents – but Rabbis, teachers, youth leaders, outreach professionals, or anyone entrusted with the sacred task of successfully transmitting Torah to the next generation.

    Rabbi Uri Zohar once stood atop Israel's entertainment industry — and then he became Israel's most famous ba'al teshuvah. Through his radio show and public appearances, he is the single most powerful force fueling the Lev L'Achim kiruv revolution and its Lev Shomea division that deals with at-risk youth. Learn More

  5. Learning Something From Everything

    Learning Something From Everything

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    Learning Something From Everything Learn More
  6. Great Jewish Wisdom, An Album of Classic and Inspirational Quotations by Torah Personalities

    Great Jewish Wisdom, An Album of Classic and Inspirational Quotations by Torah Personalities

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    Wisdom Never Looked So Beautiful!

    This unique compact volume is perfect to give out at simchahs and organization dinners, or as a gift to a friend — or yourself! Each full-color spread includes a short quotation by a Torah great and a brief biographical note, against the backdrop of stunning visuals that offer another layer of meaning. By the author of Great Jewish Letters and Great Jewish Speeches, this is a treat for the eyes, the heart, and the mind. Includes benching and the berachos of bris and sheva berachos, with room for imprinting on the back cover. Learn More

  7. Patience, Formulas, stories and insights

    Patience, Formulas, stories and insights

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    Patience, Formulas, stories and insights

    Patience is the key to a magnificent life. It is the foundation for reaching goals. With it, one can learn, accomplish, develop one's character, and interact harmoniously with other people.

    The more we increase our patience, the more we benefit.

    Chronic impatience destroys one's life. Even milder forms cause much pain. Impatience causes stress. It breeds anger and limits what one will learn and accomplish.

    But unlike your height or the color of your eyes, patience is a skill that everyone can learn. The effective formulas, interesting stories, and insightful comments presented here are designed to help you master this skill. The easy-to-read format will upgrade your own patience, as earlier volumes in this successful series have done for Happiness, Kindness, and Courage

    Do yourself a favor. Be patient. Read and reread this book. The inner calm and persistence you gain will be valuable resources in every area of your life. Learn More

  8. Why? Reflections on the Loss of a Loved One

    Why? Reflections on the Loss of a Loved One

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    After experiencing several personal losses, Rabbi Vorst put his thoughts, feelings, and conclusions based on Chassidus into writing. The booklet, originally written in Dutch, has since been translated into Hebrew, English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese. It has brought great comfort and solace to many in the days when they were mourning the loss of a loved one.

    Quotes from the Book:

    "Death is an event which G-d `does not leave a chance`"

    "Sitting shiv`a here is for the good of the neshama there. Just as the kaddish prayer has a purifying effect on the neshama."

    "There are simply two categories of people: those who have had this experience and those who have not."

    "If we have the strength to continue living -- especially when we, as Jews, live a Jewish life -- we give the deceased, who observes all this, a very special experience of happiness."

    "Everything a man owns, is in fact merely a loan."

    "And if we were given the right to choose how to die... after passing to the other world, we know that dying al kiddush Hashem is the most sublime way to end our earthly life."

    "For `to believe` means to accept and acknowledge something that cannot be known." Learn More

  9. Returnity, The Way Back to Eternity

    Returnity, The Way Back to Eternity

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    Returnity, The Way Back to Eternity .

    Selected teachings from the Chassidic masters on Teshuvah. Learn More

  10. Living Life to its Fullest

    Living Life to its Fullest

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    We're busy. Overwhelmed. Swamped. Overloaded. Who has time to think about stuff like life?

    Avi Shulman knows us. He knows that our lives are important, and that we long to fill our years, days, even minutes with meaningful activity.

    He also knows that we don't have much time.

    In Living Life to its Fullest, Mr. Shulman, a popular speaker, author and life coach, offers us short, insightful and readable vignettes, each designed to provoke conversation and thought.

    A woman donates a kidney - and in the process saves her own life. A beis din issues a p'sak - against mice -- and the mice listen to it! These are true stories, engaging and fun, but, more important, each carrying a message that enriches our lives. The essays are so short - and so full of important wisdom. We see hashgachah pratis in action. We gain a greater appreciation for our Torah leaders. We learn to prioritize, to know when to speak and when to keep silent. Sometimes Mr. Shulman shares his own dilemmas with us, asking us to decide how to deal with a sensitive issue.

    Take a few minutes. Read one piece a day - and you will find yourself living a fuller, more meaningful, more focused and happier life. Learn More

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