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  1. Root Connections in the Torah

    Root Connections in the Torah

    $28.50

    Lashon hakodesh is not just any language, it is the language with which Hashem created reality. The 22 letters of the aleph beis are the building blocks of the world. Each dibur (utterence) created devarim (things). Furthermore, a word in lashon hakodesh describes the essence of the thing. Each letter has its own innate meaning.

    Roots are formed through the combination of letters, and they teach us depths we often don't realize exist. What is the connection between Shalach(send) and Shulchan (table)? Dibur(speech) and Midbar (desert)? Or Boker (morning) and Bikur Cholim (visiting the sick)? Beginning with simple questions like these, we learn deep wisdom.

    This is the language of G-d, the Holy Tongue. It is the bridge which He uses to communicate to us His inner world - the world of His mind and thoughts, so to speak. When understood, Hebrew roots describe the essence of the ideas being discussed - and the essence of life.

    This original and impressive work explores Hebrew, and takes the reader on an absorbing journey by examining the inter-relationships between family roots, comparing words and unearthing their deeper meanings. In understanding these words, we come to understand ourselves.

    About The Author:

    Rabbi Tzvi Abrahams was born and raised in Sunderland, England (close to Gateshead). His father passed away when Tzvi was six years old, and he was greatly influenced by his uncle, the late Rabbi Sidney Silberg. He has a university education in computer science and has been learning and teaching Torah for decades. He and his family live in Zichron Yaakov, Israel. Learn More

  2. Keeping Kosher in the Kitchen

    Keeping Kosher in the Kitchen

    $23.75

    Do you find the idea of keeping your kitchen kosher overwhelming?

    Do you find the idea so simple that you never give it a second thought?

    With this easy-to-read - yet comprehensive - book, readers will learn how easy it is to maintain a kosher kitchen - and how to deal with common mistakes that occur in (virtually) all kosher homes.

    This unique book:

    • Includes basic principles and rules in an easy-to-remember format.
    • Offers knowledge and insight to prevent common kashrus mistakes.
    • Explains how to formulate proper halachic question by focusing on the relevant facts and pushing aside distracting details.
    • Helps you determine what "level" kashrus is right for you right now, and what to do in complicated situations that may not be ideal.
    • Is written for those who follow either Ashkenazi or Sephardic customs.
    • Is a perfect companion for anyone who is learning Shulchan Aruch for the first time or preparing for a semicha exam. Numerous case studies reflect a clear progression from Talmudic sources to contemporary halachic rulings, for both scholars and laypeople.

    About the Author:

    Rav Daniel Channen has been teaching the laws of kashrus for over thirty years. Many of his talmidim have acquired positions as Rabbis, teachers, chaplains and kashrus mashgichim(supervisors). He has helped build intensive learning kollels in the United States, England, South Africa, Australia and Israel. In 2014, Rabbi Channen opened Yeshiva Keter HaTorah, which offers semicha in a number of subjects. Learn More

  3. Eternal Values

    Eternal Values

    $21.00

    From the teachings and advice of our sages, works of Chasidut and insights of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

    Living a meaningful moral and inspired life of Torah principles.

    Every day of life we are all involved in four relationships: With G-d, with ourselves, with others and with the world around us.

    These four relationships comprise the arena in which we act out our lives.

    Each of these requires wisdom, guidance and insight that will help us navigate these relationships in a truthful, refined and successful manner.

    Within the Torah, there are teachings relevant to every one of these relationships. The wisdom of the Torah expresses itself not only in the laws of how to keep the mitzvot, but also encompasses timeless G-dly values that are expressed in the laws of personal conduct, proper character, and correct outlook - values to which every Jew should aspire. These are the vital ingredients for success in all of the four relationships.

    Eternal Values is a compilation of these values - a guide how to behave, how to view life, people, and situations.

    All are drawn from the Talmud, the works of Maimonides, the Shulchan Aruch, and works of Chasidut, as enlightened by the unique insights of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson. Learn More

  4. Maimonides' Advice for 21st Century

    Maimonides' Advice for 21st Century

    $23.75

    Scholar. Physician. Astronomer. Philosopher. Leader.

    It is difficult for us to fathom the greatness of Maimonides, Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (Rambam). His many works are studied, daily, around the world, eight hundred years after he wrote them and considered pillars of Jewish Law - and thought. Indeed, the author of the Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law), Rabbi Yosef Karo wrote, "The Rambam is the greatest of the decisors, and all the communities of the Land of Israel and the Arabistan and the Maghreb practice according to his word, and accepted him as their rabbi." His teachings are timeless.

    The Rambam's teachings are for everyone, and apply to everyday life. In this fascinating collection by noted educator Rabbi Shlomo Ezagui, readers get the Rambam's advice for life - in his own words. Learn More

  5. Living Aligned, Every successful journey begins with good navigation. Our life's journey is no different

    Living Aligned, Every successful journey begins with good navigation. Our life's journey is no different

    $21.00

    Living Aligned will provide you with the tools you need to live with greater vitality, connection, and joy. The teachings in this volume are rooted in the Kabbalistic tradition and in the Chassidic works, but are described in language that you can understand and are organized into an accessible system that you can engage today. Whether you are already familiar with the riches of this tradition or are a complete newcomer, Living Aligned has a fresh approach that will help you move away from unproductive and unhealthy patterns and start out on the road to a life of compassion and connection.

    About the Author:

    RABBI BARUCH GARTNER grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, and laid down roots in Israel close to forty years ago. He lives in Jerusalem, surrounded by his children and many grandchildren. For many years, he was known as a master scribe and devoted his energy to intensive Torah study. In response to popular demand, he founded Yeshivas Derech HaMelech, a place of higher learning geared towards spirituality. Rabbi Gartner currently helps numerous students and clients to strengthen their relationships, transcend self-defeating behaviors, succeed in the pursuit of their life goals, and deepen their spiritual life. The teachings that he has shared with them, and now with you, are based on the ancient but ever-relevant system that you'll discover in Living Aligned. Learn More

  6. Get Along with Everyone, Especially Those You Find Most Challenging

    Get Along with Everyone, Especially Those You Find Most Challenging

    $19.00

    Having been privileged to write several books, including New York Times bestsellers, I particularly welcome Rabbi Shimon Gruen's new book as an outstanding primer on how to identify and understand the four basic personality types and how they can best interact with one another. Rabbi Gruen hits the bullseye.

    from the foreword

    by Dr. David J. Lieberman

     

    A surprisingly dimple and practical approach to helping different personalities get along at home, at work, and in every relationship, from children and parents, to couples in conflict, to individuals deciding which type of job to take, and more.

    Bill Eddy LCSW, ESQ

    Author of "Its All Your Fault!"

    12 Tips for Managing People Who Blame Others for Everything

    A road map that helps us move past taking things personally so we can really see who our partner is and learn, if we choose, how to meet them in a better way. This is a must read for anyone who wants to forge a better relationship with another person.

    Allen Berger, Ph.D.

    Author of "Love Secrets Revealed" and "12 Stupid Things that Mess Up Recovery"

    A unique guide that might prod you into rethinking and redirecting your most important relationships. Rabbi Gruen tackles the ancient challenge of our inability to get along with one another and emerges with an unusual approach - one that not only respects individual differences but offers new hope for our species.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Shimon Gruen is the former of Leha'ir, which offers classes, workshops, teleconferences, and one-on-one counseling to teach his innovative methodology of conflict resolution and relationship building. His groundbreaking approach has already helped thousands of people across the globe. Learn More

  7. G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan, Based on the Ramchal's Derech Hashem

    G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan, Based on the Ramchal's Derech Hashem

    $17.50

    Do you want to understand reality? Do you want to make sense of spirituality?

    Perhaps the greatest genius of the Ramchal was in the unique way he identified the general principles of Torah, and clearly explained the structure of the spiritual realm and our connection to it. The person who wants to know G-d will certainly study his works; indeed, the Ramchal's brilliance continues to inspire and motivate ever-growing numbers of truth seekers.

    G-d and Man: The Ultimate Plan closely follows the structure of Derech Hashem:

    • In the first section, we learn about the purpose and structure of Creation and the specific function of man.
    • The second section explains G-d's engagement in the universe, reincarnation, teshuvah, and Israel's unique mission.
    • In the third section, the essence of the soul and dreams are revealed, as well as the mechanics of prophecy.
    • In the last section, we learn about the reasons for the mitzvos and the centrality of Torah study, as well as love and awe for our Creator.

    This fascinating and engaging sefer explains the teachings of the Ramchal for the modern age, and brings clarity and inspiration into our lives.

    Approbations:

    “The author has translated the ideas in the sefer Derech HaShem by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto in a concise, fluid, and interesting presentation. I found the ideas presented consistent with the intent of the Ramchal.”

     

    Rav Zev Leff, Rav of Moshav Matityahu

    Our incredible universe did not arise by chance, similar to a beautiful poem that could not possibly have been written with a random splash of ink. What were we created for? How can we gain knowledge of G-d's plan? The Ramchal's works answer these crucial questions.

    My dear friend Refael Moshe Becker has taken upon himself to disseminate the Ramchal's works in a clear and lucid fashion. This book, seemingly simple yet incredibly deep, gives the reader a clear understanding of the Ramchal's Derech HaShem and a window to the purpose of life and how to attain it.

    Rav Menachem Levine, shlita, Rav, Kehillas Am Echad San Jose, California.

    "I am sure that this contemporary version of the Ramchal's masterpiece will enlighten those who are struggling to apply the Derech HaShem to our modern life."

    Rabbi Yehoshua Liff - Yeshivas Ateres Yaakov

    About the Author:

    Refael Moshe Becker is originally from the East Coast of the USA, but spent many years in Northern California. He now lives in Chermesh, Israel. This is his first book. Learn More

  8. Pituchei Chotam Bereishit / Shemot / Vayikra, Insights on the Weekly Parashah

    Pituchei Chotam Bereishit / Shemot / Vayikra, Insights on the Weekly Parashah

    $28.50

    A great light of Torah is finally available to the English-speaking public.

    Rav Yaakov Abuchatzeira –the "Abir Yaakov" was the scion of one of the most illustrious Torah families of Morocco. Baba Sali zt'l, famed throughout Klal Yisrael, was one of his grandsons, and Rav David Abuchatzeira shlita, the renowned Kabbalist of Nahariya, is a great-great-grandson. For more than sixty years, Rav Yaakov led his community, and, indeed, all of Moroccan Jewry. He was famed for his miracles, loved for his devotion and caring - and revered for his astonishing knowledge of all facets of Torah, revealed and hidden, written and oral, the simple meaning and the mystical understanding.

    And that immense wisdom is now accessible in English, in Pituchei Chotam, Rav Yaakov's masterly commentary on Torah.

    Every word of Torah is full of meaning; every verse holds worlds -- and R' Yaakov was a master at discovering their hidden messages. In Pituchei Chotam, Rav Yaakov explores so many vital concepts that we can learn from the holy words of Chumash - the nature of our world, the unique Jewish mission, the primacy of Torah, the eternal battle between yetzer hara and yetzer tov. These are words that ring with emes, with a deep and enduring truth. Yet though the concepts are deep, the commentary can be understood on many levels, by scholars and laymen alike.

    The great light of the Abir Yaakov's masterpiece, which had its beginnings in a small city in Morocco more than a century ago, belongs in your home, and your life, today. Learn More

  9. My Last Year in Mitzrayim, A Jewish Boy’s Ancient Diary

    My Last Year in Mitzrayim, A Jewish Boy’s Ancient Diary

    $18.00

    This is the most incredible year in the history of the world. 
    And you are there.

    Well, not quite. But as you read the "diary" of Amiasaf, a Jewish boy living in Mitzrayim, you will feel like you're with him, and with all Bnei Yisrael.

    You'll cry with Amiasaf, as his brutal Egyptian master torments him. You'll laugh, as Amiasaf's younger brother is forced by Egyptian thugs to drink the water of the Nile that has turned into blood, and instead the little Jewish slave gets cool, clear water. You'll travel to a yeshivah of Levi'im in Goshen and walk with lions and bears during the plague of arov. Most important of all, you'll learn the secret of how Bnei Yisrael held on to their belief that they would be freed from slavery, no matter how dark things looked.

    You've heard the story of Yetziyas Mitzrayim so many times. Now you can really feel it!

    Author Chaim Greenbaum is the bestselling author of novels like The Will, Fingerprint and The Mexico File. In My Last Year in Mitzrayim, he shows he can write amazing and exciting books for younger readers too! Learn More

  10. A Brush with Danger

    A Brush with Danger

    $15.50

    Dovid Abutrani escapes the clutches of the Spanish Inquisition, after being orphaned from both parents, his father through martyrdom. Suddenly, he must decide: should he stay in the warm Torah environment of Amsterdam or develop his talents and follow a renowned artist to Italy as his assistant? Unbeknownst to him, danger lurks ahead.

    In this exciting historical adventure, author and illustrator Jacky Yarhi takes us hand in hand through mysterious Marrano cellars and luxurious Italian palaces, from dark peril to miraculous rescue. This spinetingling drama is filled with suspense, difficult dilemmas, and priceless Jewish insights. Learn More

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