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  1. Reaching New Heights Through Kindness in Marriage

    Reaching New Heights Through Kindness in Marriage

    $25.95

    This book is meant for everyone. The information and strategies that it provides were tested over the past three decades in my work as a marriage and family counselor. They have helped couples preparing for marriage as well as married couples whose relationships were at risk.

    Marriage can be as holy as a "devouring fire," full of fervor, passion, and enthusiasm. Each can connect with the other and become attached with a bond so strong, to feel so beloved by the other and feel such a love for the other, that their unity creates within them the most eternal peace on earth, an internal serenity that manifests externally in all their ways.

    This true love experience ignites a soul ascent, eager to capture the rapture of Oneness; unifying each other wherever they might be, near or far, always close in heart and soul, until together they are able to conquer worlds, to make an abode for divinity here on earth; to build a true home out of that beautiful love, a miniature sanctuary of their own.

    I pray as you read this book that you see the holiness in yourselves and in your spouse, that you experience much delight all the days of your life, forever together, reaching new heights.

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  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

    $25.75

    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

  6. Knowing G-d's Plan (Daas Tevunos), Precise System Through Which G-d Directs Every Aspect of Existence

    Knowing G-d's Plan (Daas Tevunos), Precise System Through Which G-d Directs Every Aspect of Existence

    $31.50

    Da'as Tevunos was written by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto (RaMCHaL) the author of the Mesilas Yesharim (Path of the Just). It is considered by many to be his most important work. It deals with fundamental questions like the existence of good and evil, Divine justice and the Messianic era. It is a profound work with an unparalleled ability to strengthen a person’s faith giving him a clear understanding of how G-d directs the events of the world and what He wants from us. It is a book that can totally transform a person’s life.

    This classic work explains how G-d created the universe and continuously maintains its existence; how He runs every single detail of this world of good and evil, guiding it inevitably toward perfection; and His special relationship with the Jewish people and how He will redeem and return His presence to rest among them.

    Features a new, flowing, readable translation, with extensive notes, a topical index and helpful summaries throughout.

    The following comments by some of the leaders of the previous generation attest to the awesome power of Daas Tevunos:

    "The sefer Daas Tevunos is unique in its ability to give a person true faith, helping him to gain a profound understanding of its fundamental principles… May this holy sefer guide our generation in emuna just as the ‘Mesilas Yesharim’ guides us in mussar." – Rabbi Shlomo Wolbe zt”l

    "The holy sefer Daas Tevunos…. its source is from the highest realms of holiness, the words of one who is wise in the hidden wisdom, in order to strengthen our faith with knowledge and understanding." – The Steipler Gaon zt”l

    " 'Know that everything is contained within it.' This means that the entire structure of the true Torah outlook concerning man, the creation and the ways of G-d is contained within it." –Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler zt”l

    "I have personally witnessed the powerful effect this sefer has. Through it, one is able to acquire a deep and clear understanding of the world"I have personally witnessed the powerful effect this sefer has. Through it, one is able to acquire a deep and clear understanding of the world, and to strengthen one’s ability to serve G-d. I have heard people saying, 'The sefer Daas Tevunos has transformed me into a different person, a whole new world has been opened up before me.' " – Rav Chaim Friedlander zt”l, and to strengthen one’s ability to serve G-d. I have heard people saying, 'The sefer Daas Tevunos has transformed me into a different person, a whole new world has been opened up before me.' " – Rav Chaim Friedlander zt”l Learn More

  7. Not in God’s Name, Confronting Religious Violence

    Not in God’s Name, Confronting Religious Violence

    $27.50

    Despite predictions of continuing secularization, the twenty-first century has witnessed a surge of religious extremism and violence in the name of God.

    In this powerful and timely book, Jonathan Sacks explores the roots of violence and its relationship to religion, focusing on the historic tensions between the three Abrahamic faiths, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

    Drawing on arguments from evolutionary psychology, game theory, history, philosophy, ethics and theology, Sacks shows how a tendency to violence can subvert even the most compassionate of religions. Through a close reading of key biblical texts at the heart of the Abrahamic faiths, Sacks then challenges those who claim that religion is intrinsically a cause of violence, and argues that theology must become part of the solution if it is not to remain at the heart of the problem.

    This book is a rebuke to all those who kill in the name of the God of life, wage war in the name of the God of peace, hate in the name of the God of love, and practise cruelty in the name of the God of compassion.

    For the sake of humanity and the free world, the time has come for people of all faiths and none to stand together and declare: Not in God’s Name. Learn More

  8. The Parshah and YOU (2 volume set), Insights and Lessons for Personal Growth

    The Parshah and YOU (2 volume set), Insights and Lessons for Personal Growth

    $35.50

    The Parsha and You is a unique collection of essays designed to enhance the family’s Shabbos table and to improve many vital areas of one’s daily living and interpersonal relationships.

    Rabbi Morgenstern gives practical, down-to-earth advice on enhancing shalom bayis; improving one’s parenting potential; acquiring a more meaningful Shabbos and Yom Yov; coping with insults, anger, and life‘s challenges; bitachon and hishtadlus; shidduchim and dating; and more…

    With hundreds of sources from the Torah, Chazal, early commentaries, and contemporary rabbanim, Rabbi Morgenstern provides the reader with the option of doing additional research on each topic. Also included is a special section on avoiding lashon hara in shidduchim, plus a Yamim Nora’im supplement.

    By reviewing and applying the themes of each essay, the reader will have the tools to acquire a more meaningful life. Learn More

  9. Pillars Of Faith, A reasonable Approach to the Foundations of Judaism

    Pillars Of Faith, A reasonable Approach to the Foundations of Judaism

    $28.50

    In times past, the average Jewish person was born in a shtetl, a small Jewish town,with a local kosher baker and fish market,with pious people in the study halls, and a Rabbi who knew both you (and your grandparents) by name. The spirit of the next holiday permeated the air. Life was rich. People were sincere. Jewish knowledge was simply absorbed from daily life. Tradition was cherished.

    In our own times, the shtetl walls have come down. In Western society, Jewish beliefs and customs are largely ignored - and sometimes scorned. These days, nothing is automatic. Individuals must make their own choices and ask themselves:Does Judaism make sense? Can a modern, thinking person identify with traditional Judaism?

    In this remarkable book, Jewish belief is explained clearly and logically, for both the beginner and scholar, using a wide variety of both ancient and modern sources.This fascinating book shows that there is a rational way of understanding traditional Jewish values.

    About the author:

    Rabbi Taylor serves as the Director of Adult Education and Outreach at the Chabad of Plantation. As an erudite and inspirational young scholar, Rabbi Taylor has become a sought-after educator and speaker.

    Reviews:

    Your book, Pillars of Faith, will enlighten the understanding of all who follow the laws of the Torah, and serve as a source of knowledge and inspiration for those who are seeking a life of truth. --Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetsky

    …an invaluable aid to introduce one to the foundations of Jewish belief and also to inspire and strengthen the faith of those already on the Torah path. --Rabbi Zev Leff

    Impressive… clear and logical explanations of many difficult and complicated subjects. --Rabbi Gedalia Dov Schwartz Learn More

  10. Living Kiddush Hashem, Sanctifying Hashem in everything we do

    Living Kiddush Hashem, Sanctifying Hashem in everything we do

    $25.75

    Living Kiddush Hashem, Sanctifying Hashem in everything we do

    Underlying our mitzvahs, our Torah study, our ethical and moral lives is one overriding concept: Kiddush Hashem, sanctifying Hashem's Name. Our primary privilege and responsibility is to increase His honor by bringing His majesty into everyday life. It differentiates and elevates a committed Jew. It's our never-ending mission.

    But what, exactly, is Kiddush Hashem? How do we sanctify Hashem's Name? As a practical matter, what should we do?

    Rabbi Shraga Freedman has made it his life's mission to raise Jewish consciousness of this vital precept. Now, in this groundbreaking work, he introduces us to practical strategies for making Kiddush Hashem an essential component of our lives. In the business world, in our homes and shuls, among Jews and non-Jews, there are infinite opportunities to sanctify the Name.

    Living Kiddush Hashem is filled with true vignettes that show how Jews - gedolim and "ordinary" people alike - can sanctify Hashem's Name, day in day out. We discover that opportunities for Kiddush Hashem are everywhere: in the teeming streets of war-torn Shanghai, in an Israeli bowling alley, at a funeral in Colorado, as well as in Orthodox neighborhoods everywhere.

    Making a Kiddush Hashem can be as simple as a smile - and as complex as the labyrinth of life itself. This book will enable us to master this concept, and make it the focus of our days.

    We can live a life of Kiddush Hashem. This book is our roadmap. Learn More

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