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  1. The Practical Guide to Shmiras Ha'einayim

    The Practical Guide to Shmiras Ha'einayim


    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!

    Learn More
  2. Strengthen Your Emunah
  3. Kaleidoscope: Uplifting Views on Daily Life

    Kaleidoscope: Uplifting Views on Daily Life


    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
  4. 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

  5. The Kippah, All About Yarmulkes, Judaism and Life

    The Kippah, All About Yarmulkes, Judaism and Life


    Whether attracting admiration or hatred, the kippah is rarely ignored. Indeed, today it is undoubtedly on of the most recognized signs of Jewish Identity.

    Interestingly, Hewish head-coverings have taken different forms over the millennia, and their importance — or lack therof — has been widely discussed.

    Where do Kippahs come from?

    When shoul they be worn?

    How important are they, really?

    This masterful presentation is full of history,law, amusing and fascinating anecdotes, and much more. Written in a clear and user-friendly style by master educator Rabbi Mosher Becker, The Kippah teaches all about yarmulkes, Judaism—and life. Learn More

  6. Learning on the Job

    Learning on the Job


    Learning on the Job

    Advice For Life series

    Life lessons from over 100 professions, Learning on the Job, gives profound insight into our daily life. Included are first-hand accounts of the Rebbe's guidance to business people. Learn More

  7. The Six Steps of Bitachon, A Practical Guide to Divine Providence

    The Six Steps of Bitachon, A Practical Guide to Divine Providence


    To many people, life often seems like an unpleasant, stressful, and unending struggle. Does it need to be this way? How much different would life be if we knew — really knew — that Someone was taking care of us and that we had nothing to worry about?

    Rabbi Chaim Goldberger has been studying, practicing, and teaching bitachon — our mandate to rely on God’s Providence — for decades. The system he has developed and describes in this book is based on Chazal, approved by Gedolim, and (time and time again, in his own life and in the lives of his students) proven to work. With its practical path towards developing real bitachon,The Six Steps of Bitachon may be the most important book you’ll ever read.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Chaim Goldberger, a disciple of Harav Yaakov Weinberg, zt"l, and, yibadel l'chaim, Harav Yochanan Zweig, shlit"a, has spent over twenty years in the rabbinate, serving congregations in Lowell, Massachusetts, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. An original thinker and trusted consultant, Rabbi Goldberger has been quietly teaching and living the principles of bitachon for over thirty years. His students finally persuaded him it was time to bring his unique approach to the public.


    "I believe that your approach will enable people to feel the tangible presence, love, and concern of Hashem in their lives and will thereby make them happier, wiser and — most important — better people. Yasher kochacha on articulating a message that we all need to hear."

    -Yitzchak Breitowitz, Senior Lecturer, Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem

    "This book is a must for so many who struggle with bitachon. I sincerely hope it will be well received among Jews on every level, and will bring bitachon and tranquility to the lives of many."

    -Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovitz, Dean , The Jerusalem Kollel Learn More

  8. Reality Check, A Handbook of Hashkafah

    Reality Check, A Handbook of Hashkafah


    Are our lives full of the joy, direction, and spiritual connection that Judaism offers? Too often, we keep mitzvos simply because… we keep mitzvos. Too often, we are “frum” on the outside and “bored” on the inside.

    Not everyone lives this way. There are people we secretly envy —people who feel Torah deep in their bones, understand it, and are excited about it. People who love — and live —Torah. It is possible to live happier, deeper, and more passionate Jewish lives.

    What can we do to become a little more “real”?

    The first step is to get greater clarity on why we do what we do, and how it all fits together.

    The first step is Reality Check: A Handbook of Hashkafah.

    bout the Author:

    Yosef Segal made aliyah in 2005 from Baltimore, where he attended Ner Yisrael High School. Since moving to Eretz Yisrael, he has attended some of the most prominent yeshivas in Yerushalayim. He is the author of the weekly Devar Torah blog, Ancient Ideas for the Modern Mind, and the hashkafah blog, Nation’s Wisdom, and studies and teaches in Yerushalayim where he currently resides with his family. Learn More

  9. From the InsideOut, Internal Growth. Eternal impact.

    From the InsideOut, Internal Growth. Eternal impact.


    Are you a growth-oriented person who aspires to reach your unique greatness?

    InsideOut provides you with the tools you need to develop self-understanding, combat negative emotions, and enhance your relationships. When you work on yourself from the Inside-Out, you experience an internal change that affects every part of your life. As you develop new perspectives, values, and mindsets, you will transform the way you feel, speak, and act.

    With insight and guidance gleaned from an extensive list of Torah sources, InsideOut offers a mussar-based approach to personal development and avodas hamiddos. Share these principles with your peers, students, and children, and invite them to experience how empowering it is to realize their potential. Learn More

  10. Return, Your Path To Lasting Change

    Return, Your Path To Lasting Change


    Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller, International Author, Lecturer and beloved Teacher, brings the concept of Teshuvah (returning to Hashem) to us, in her succinct and unique way.

    This book is her step-by-step guide to Teshuvah and lasting change.

    How Teshuvah Really Works

    Unravel the riddle of exactly who you are;

    Discover the path that leads towards who you really want to be;

    Restore the deep bond between yourself and G-d;

    Learn tools for clarity, communication, and moral choice;

    Widen your perspective by seeing and acknowledging all the good G-d has given you;

    Begin tomorrow with a plan of action to navigate the days ahead.

    "If we can, once and for all, find a way to be more awake, less complacent, and more alive, we are on the way towards…

    Teshuvah". (Tziporah Heller)"

    For decades, the Rebbetzin has been inspiring women the world over. You, too, can share in her timeless wisdom and say:

    'This time, things will be different'. Learn More

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