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  1. Chinuch With Heart, A veteran mechanech answers pressing questions

    Chinuch With Heart, A veteran mechanech answers pressing questions

    $24.75

    Rabbi Yaakov Bender is a "gadol b'chinuch,"”a nationally acclaimed and award-winning principal who built Yeshiva Darchei Torah in Far Rockaway into one of the premier chinuch institutions in the United States. He is a wise and empathetic educator, who understands well the thoughts and feelings of his students - and their parents. His voice and opinions are sought on almost every important issue of Torah education today.

    In Chinuch with Heart, second in his popular series on education, Rabbi Bender answers real questions, deals with real issues, and offers real - practical and doable - ideas for parents struggling with the challenges of raising children today.

    • How do I soothe my child's fears, when he hears about violent attacks in schools?
    • I send my daughter great snacks, but she never gets to eat them; instead, she shares them with friends. Is this okay?
    • My son is a good boy, a fine yeshivah bachur- and I just found out that he started smoking.
    • How do I deal with that?

    And so many, many more. Yeshiva boys who walk around with shirttails out: how serious is that? Appropriate reading for youngsters - how can a parent choose? A six-year-old who doesn't like to wear a yarmulke - a big problem, or something he will outgrow? From games at recess to off-the-derech kids, here are the day to day issues and challenges that parents and educators face. And here is a master educator to share his experience and wisdom - and, yes, his heart -- in dealing with the complex and challenging world of chinuch today. Learn More

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

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

    $23.75

    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

  3. The Joy of Intimacy

    The Joy of Intimacy

    $13.50

    This simple and easy-to-read guide will show you how to have happiness in your home, a family with love, and enjoy the marriage you dreamed of!

    In this Book You Will Discover…

    • The Secret… to spontaneous passion, setting the intimate mood and igniting your bedroom…
    • Why Sparks… fade (and what you can do to keep your relationship alive, fresh & fulfilling)…
    • One Simple Way…to immediately transform your relationship and overcome even the greatest obstacles Learn More
  4. The Mishnah Elucidated, Kodashim #2, Tractates: Chullin, Bechoros & Arachin

    The Mishnah Elucidated, Kodashim #2, Tractates: Chullin, Bechoros & Arachin

    $24.75

    Ideal for:

    • Mishnah learning for yahrzeits and sheloshim
    • Students or parents helping their children with homework
    • Beginners new to Mishnah study
    • Anyone looking to review basic Mishnah

    The Schottenstein Edition of the Mishnah Elucidated features: 

    • Full vowelized Hebrew text of the Mishnah, and full text of "the Rav's" (Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro) classic Mishnah commentary.
    • Phrase-by-phrase translation and elucidation, following the Schottenstein Edition Talmud format, based on the interpretation of Rabbeinu Ovadiah of Bertinoro, adds words and phrases to make the Mishnah text read smoothly and clearly.
    • Notes to clarify and explain the Mishnah further by drawing on the Gemara or other classic Mishnah commentaries.
    • General introductions to each masechta discuss many important concepts.
    • Many detailed diagrams and illustrations. Learn More
  5. Master Your Words, Master Your Life

    Master Your Words, Master Your Life

    $25.75

    TAKE CHARGE.

    Of your words.

    And your life.

    And see how happy and fulfilled you can become.

    Speech is power. Our words have the power to heal or harm, to create connection or confrontation. By truly and deeply incorporating into our words the guidelines set by the Torah for avoiding negative, harmful speech, and replacing them with respectful, loving, and positive interactions - by following the laws of shmiras haloshon—we can change our relationships, and ourselves.

    This remarkable book from the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation shows us how. Each of these daily readings gives us a real-life question in shmiras haloshon, with a brief explanation of the relevant halachos showing how the Torah would want us to handle the scenario. We are given specific strategies for growth, and are asked piercing questions that help us to understand ourselves and the way we relate to others. We learn how to be more aware of our words, how to strengthen our love for others, speak out when it's necessary, see the good in others, forgive past hurts - all the skills we need to become better, and happier, people.

    Whether you have long studied the laws of shmiras haloshon or are being introduced to them for the first time, these daily readings will change your words, and your life, as you harness the awesome power of your speech. Learn More

  6. A Path to the Afterlife, Based on the Teachings of RABBI SHOLOM KAMENETSKY

    A Path to the Afterlife, Based on the Teachings of RABBI SHOLOM KAMENETSKY

    $15.50

    The Torah begins with a detailed, day-by-day account of G-d creating the world and man. Then the text is interrupted, it seems, by a few seemingly out-of-context verses (mentioning a river flowing out of Eden which splits into four sub-rivers) before it resumes discussing humanity, our duty in this world, and the famous scenes of Adam, Eve and the snake in the Garden of Eden.

    Why the interruption?

    The Malbim explains that the single river that flows out of Eden represents the one straight path in life. This is the path of Torah, the path of Hashem's loving guidance for us. It is the path that ultimately gets us back to the Garden of Eden and the World-to-Come. When it splits into four, three other "paths" - those of jealousy, desire, and honor - become possible.

    In our world, they seem appealing, but these paths take us in the wrong direction, ultimately out of this world - and the next.

    G-d's path is one of giving, not taking. It isn't always the easiest path, but it brings happiness, satisfaction, peace - and eternity.

    In this masterful work, sequel to the best-selling Afterlife: The Jewish View (Mosaica Press, 2014), Rabbi Sholom Kamenetsky's teachings are made accessible through the words and descriptions of his student, Jonathan Morgenstern.

    In this fascinating work, we embark on G-d's path - the path of giving.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Sholom Kamenetsky is a Rosh Yeshiva at the Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia.

    Jonathan Morgenstern is a lawyer and marketing executive in Philadelphia, PA, and a student of Rabbi Kamenetsky. Learn More

  7. Kosher Laughs and Lessons for Life, 121 Amusing Stories and Thought - Provoking Lessons for Life

    Kosher Laughs and Lessons for Life, 121 Amusing Stories and Thought - Provoking Lessons for Life

    $11.50

    Laughter in an essential element of life.

    It lowers stress levels, brings people together, and reminds us that G-d gave us a wonderful world. Clinically proven to improve our physical, emotional, and social wellbeing, laughter can also help open us up to simple but powerful lessons in life. In this wonderful collection, we will laugh - but more important, learn and expand our horizons.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Yehoshua Kurland is a popular speaker, renowned educator, and the author of A Time to Dance (Mosaica Press, 2016) and A Time to Conceal, A Time to Reveal (Mosaica Press, 2017) on Purim and Chanukah, in addition to six other books on Jewish thought, all of which utilize humor as a catalyst to personal growth. A close student of Rav Shlomo Freifeld, zt"l, founder and Rosh Yeshivah of Sh'or Yoshuv, Rabbi Kurland has been a rebbi at the yeshiva for over four decades. Learn More

  8. The Spirit of Torah, Penetrating Insights into the Chumash

    The Spirit of Torah, Penetrating Insights into the Chumash

    $21.95

    The Torah is not simply a set of laws, but a living guidebook to our everyday lives.

    Welcome to "The Spirit of Torah" which will give you the opportunity to connect with the actual text of our great spiritual thinkers and teachers. Words can be so powerful, communicating deep meaning and delivering a message so rich and accurate. The words selected by the Rishonim and Achronim to communicate their ideas are full of life with a perpetual and very relevant message for us all. Become inspired as you allow the ideas and insights presented in this book penetrate your heart and offer new understandings of the Torah - and life.

    Approbations:

    I am sure it will bring great benefit to all who read it, and especially in that you bring the words of the Acharonim in full, enabling them to see the actual source. I am certain that the work will bring great satisfaction to all who learn it, thereby bringing them benefit and causing great satisfaction in the Heavens above, in that every reader will be uplifted from the ideas he learns thereof.

    --Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky

    His Torah thoughts are not presented merely as a condensed gut vort tailored for the "on the run" reader known for its brevity and conciseness. Rather, the intent of the author is to give the reader the opportunity to actually learn the text in the original Lashon Hakodesh form and is accompanied with its English translation, as he skillfully weaves and develops the thought to its conclusion. At the end, one is left with a new insight food for thought, that if incubated could shape one's future conduct and deepen his relationship with Hashem, his fellow Yid, and himself.

    Rav Shmuel Brazil

    About the Author

    Aaron Muller is originally from Brooklyn, New York. He attended Yeshivas Mercaz HaTorah of Belle Harbor as a talmid of Rabbi Levi Dicker, zt"l, and subsequently Yeshivas Mir, Yerushalayim. He resides with his family in Monsey, New York and works as a speech-language pathologist. He is also the founder and creator of the popular Torah website Parshasheets.com, which shares hundreds of weekly divrei Torah from authors around the globe. Learn More

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

    Alone Against the World, The Torah Antidote To Loneliness

    $23.75

    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

  10. Little Midrash Says Treasure Chest #3

    Little Midrash Says Treasure Chest #3

    $25.95

    A collection of true stories from our Sages Learn More

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