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  1. Magic, Mysteries, & Mysticism, Illuminating Insights on Esoteric Torah Topics

    Magic, Mysteries, & Mysticism, Illuminating Insights on Esoteric Torah Topics


    Do Demons really exist?

    Is there such a thing as black magic?

    Did the Maharal really create the golem?

    What are angels?

    These and many more esoteric topics, such as mazal, the afterlife, and the times of Moshiach, are explored in a thorough, interesting, and clear manner in this fascinating book.

    Drawn largely from the writings of the great mystics and enhanced with illustrative stories spanning the gamut of Jewish history, this book will enlighten the reader, explaining some of the most obscure subjects in the Torah, and leaving them spellbound by the depth of thought of our greatest thinkers. Learn More

  2. Alone Against the World, The Torah Antidote To Loneliness

    Alone Against the World, The Torah Antidote To Loneliness


    Challenging events can make us feel that that the world is against us which leads to emotional loneliness; a deep, searing feeling of pain and abandonment. We may even feel, in the depths of our despair, that even God has forgotten about us.

    The ultimate emergence from loneliness is through a consciousness that you are here for a unique reason and mission that only you can achieve.

    All of the Avos and Imahos were alone. From Avraham standing alone against a world of idol-worship to King David who was alone in his rejection by his family. Sarah was alone in her tent and Esther was alone in the palace of Achashverosh.

    How did they cope with their challenges of aloneness?

    Let us journey together through the Torah and Tanach, and discover a pathway to transform existential loneliness into empowering independence.

    Approbations :

    Each neshamah has a special role to play while traversing the path to reach his or her full potential in the service of Hashem. Rabbi Roll's new sefer discusses the Torah approach to transforming loneliness into uniqueness. - Rabbi Reuvein Feinstein


    Rabbi Roll seeks to alleviate the pain of those suffering from loneliness and depression. This book will benefit those seeking a genuine Torah Weltanschauung. - Rabbi Dovid Cohen

    Rabbi Roll provides deep insight into Judaism and the human conditionƒan important and necessary companion to us on our otherwise lonely journey through life; beautifully written and emotionally satisfying. - Rabbi Berel Wein Learn More

  3. The Inside Story, #2 Exodus

    The Inside Story, #2 Exodus


    A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities

    The Inside Story is a journey into the fascinating and empowering world of the Torah’s inner meanings. Why did the Nile turn into blood? What do the mysterious “cherubim” on top of the golden ark in the Tabernacle represent? What is the inside story behind Moses’ mask? What do the “four guardians” teach us about the interplay between responsibility and reward in our own lives? The sixty-two essays in this volume each explore an event or insight from the book of Exodus to illuminate the big questions of life as well as its most rudimentary concerns. Learn More

  4. Eishes Chayil, Ancient Wisdom For Women Of Today

    Eishes Chayil, Ancient Wisdom For Women Of Today


    In today’s busy world, how does a woman nourish herself, her family, and her society? Juggle her multiple roles and prioritize at each stage of life based on her values? Attain personal and professional accomplishments while living a life rooted in a deep faith in G-d? Ensure that her daily life reflects her deeply held beliefs?
    In this fascinating work, these questions are addressed. Readers will study the text of Eishes Chayil and come to an understanding of its wisdom and relevance. They will examine the lives of great Jewish women highlighted by the Midrash on Eishes Chayil and learn how to apply the lessons to life. Finally, they will have the opportunity to reflect, using guided questions geared toward women in different stages of life.In this empowering work, women will discover themselves and learn how the Torah helps each woman chart her own course.In this powerful work, readers will be inspired — and grow.

    “Fluent, interesting, and informative…I am truly impressed with…this magnificent tapestry…I highly recommend this work as a true Torah perspective on the essence of the true eishes chayil.” Rabbi Zev Leff

    “Strong in its Torah analysis…thoroughly grounded in the realities of life.”Rabbi Ahron Shraga Lopiansky

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  5. The Emunah Reality, Bring Life Into Focus with Emunah
  6. Rabbi Noach Weinberg's 48 Ways to Wisdom

    Rabbi Noach Weinberg's 48 Ways to Wisdom


    This trailblazing book contains the keys to open every Jew's mind and heart to Torah.

    Rav Noach Weinberg zt"l was a phenomenon: a visionary, Torah scholar, leader, pioneer in Jewish outreach, and master teacher. Candid, incisive, and passionate, he was fiercely devoted to G-d, Torah, and the Jewish people -- every single one of them.

    Rav Noach's most famous and impactful course in reaching Jews was the 48 Ways to Wisdom. Tens of thousands of Jews from all walks of life have benefited from Rav Noach's groundbreaking series.

    The Mishnah describes 48 essential tools to acquire Torah. Rav Noach taught these 48 Ways as all-encompassing guidelines to achieving success in every facet of our lives.

    Rav Noach used these 48 ways to show:

    How to listen effectively

    How to achieve understanding of ourselves

    How to harness the power of awe and capture the "wow" in life

    How to maximize time

    The secret to peace of mind

    The power of joy

    Now, for the first time ever, Rav Noach's 48 Ways to Wisdom is available in print. In these pages, you will hear his beloved voice - funny, direct, and above all, exceptionally wise. Learn More

  7. The Confused World of Modern Atheism

    The Confused World of Modern Atheism


    Is atheism more rational than monotheism?

    Atheists claim so, but this fascinating, original, and well-researched mas-terpiece proves otherwise. Find out why much of what is said about G-d is simply … nonsense.

    “… an uncommonly literate, trenchant, and entertaining volume. Rabbi Averick has done a stellar job researching the field…it is difficult not to be amused by what happens to these implausible arguments under Averick’s penetrating scrutiny and excoriating analysis… [this] is an important Jewish work. It should be of signal utility to rabbis, kiruv professionals, and Torah Jews who seek to relate to issues of emunah with greater depth and clarity… It is by far one of the best things I have read in a very long time.”

    Rabbi Michel Twerski, Milwaukee, Wis.

    “It is the obligation of every Jew to attain absolute certainty as to the Ikarei Emunah (fundamentals of Jewish belief) to the best of his ability… I would strongly recommend that every English-speaking ben Torah find the time to read the book and be sure — as never before — of there being no logical alternative to the Ikarei Emunah.”

    Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits, Rosh Kollel, Jerusalem Kollel

    “An important book which pulls the rug out from under atheistic philosophies and will strengthen every reader’s belief in the Creator.”

    Rabbi Aharon Feldman, Rosh Hayeshiva, Ner Yisroel, Baltimore, Md.

    “Very persuasive, often amusing, and rich in ready-to-rumble argument and insight.”

    Michael Medved, Syndicated talk-radio show host & best-selling author

    “A compelling read…”

    Dr. Edward Peltzer, Senior Research Specialist, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute

    “… effectively dismantles the atheists’ assertions that science can provide satisfactory materialistic answers.”

    Dr. Richard Weikart,Professor, California State University Learn More

  8. Making It Work, A Practical Guide to Halacha in the Workplace

    Making It Work, A Practical Guide to Halacha in the Workplace


    A blend of halachah, mussar, hashkafah and true stories covering the most common issues faced in the workplace. Topics covered include: attending business meetings in non-kosher restaurants, shaking hands with the opposite gender, wearing a kippa, personal use of office supplies, davening on the job, reporting wrongdoing, socializing, attending company parties, making a kiddush Hashem, yichud and much more. Learn More
  9. Are You Connecting?

    Are You Connecting?


    Over 100 Powerful Strategies For Bringing Hashem into Daily Life Learn More
  10. Self-Esteem in the Talmud, The Pathway to Self-Confidence and Resilience

    Self-Esteem in the Talmud, The Pathway to Self-Confidence and Resilience


    Self-Esteem in the Talmud opens the way towards gadlus ha’adam — achieving your maximum potential and purpose in life. Based on the teachings of Harav Moshe Shapiro shlita, Rabbi Yisroel Roll presents a step-by-step program derived from the Talmud to help you build a unique sense of self and a personal pathway in avodas Hashem. You will learn to:

    develop your own identity as a foundation for happiness and success

    bounce back from life’s setbacks and master the art of resilience

    transform feelings of loneliness into independence and individuality

    believe in yourself as you fulfill your role in the world

    SPECIAL SECTION: A step-by-step summary of the classic Daas Atzmeinu (Self Knowledge) by Rav Shlomo Wolbe zt”l in Alei Shur


    ”Rabbi Roll has enlisted the vast resource of Talmudic wisdom in his mission… Self-Esteem in the Talmud is an important and welcome addition to the literature of practical applications of Torah.” — Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, MD

    ”A most worthy project in addressing the deficit of self-esteem so prevalent within our communities, yeshivos and schools. ” — Rabbi Reuven Feinstein

    ”Rav Yisroel Roll’s latest sefer is a classic. A mussar sefer that uplifts and encourages the reader to grow spiritually with a deep understanding of how to accomplish this, is a sine qua non for any thinking person. ” — Rabbi Dovid Cohen Learn More

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