Imagine the benefits we would gain if every day, 100 times each day, we recited each and every bracha with feeling, and genuinely focused on Hashem's kindness! Here's the book that will show you how! In it, Rabbi Goldberger clarifies and offers insights into the meaning of every one of the daily one hundred brachos. His practical suggestions are sure to transform your outlook on life.
In the traditional Jewish liturgy, a man praises God daily for not having been made a gentile, a woman, or a slave. Manuscript editions of the Babylonian Talmud teach that recitation of this prayer is obligatory for all Jewish men. Despite the fact that these blessings have been officially part of the daily morning liturgy for more than a thousand years, the propriety of whether and how to recite them is an ongoing subject of debate. Yoel Kahn offers the first longitudinal study of the evolving language, usage, and interpretation of a Jewish liturgical text over its entire 2000 year life-span.
This masterpiece fills a great need for our generation--a generation characterized by a thirst for the eternal values of Judaism. Now, the English-speaking reader can enjoy a clearly written and easy to read summary of Jewish law, based on the Mishnah Berurah. Among the many topics included in this work are: Tzitzis, the daily routine, prayer, tefillin, blessings, the Sabbath, festivals and special days, the dietary laws, and mourning. Shaarei Halachah has been hailed as the Kitzur Shulchan Aruch for our time.
A Shabbos Vort
Author: Yiśraʼel Yosef ben Mosheh Eliʻezer Bronshṭain
Your Shabbos table is transformed into an uplifting experience when there is stimulating discussion of the weekly Torah reading. This enlightening volume contains stories, parables and insights on the weekly parashah that will delight every member of your household. Culled from Gemara, Midrash, commentaries and traditional lore, each selection is simply told, yet delivers an inspiring and profound message. A Shabbos Vort is a superb English translation of the work, Vekarasa L'Shabbos Oneg. A bestseller in the original Hebrew, this collection is a wonderful gift for your Shabbos host and a meaningful addition to your own home library. Compiled by Rabbi Yisroel Bronstein.
A book that explains the spirituality and meaning in today's B'nai mitzvah. This book describes the origin of the ceremony, explains the Shabbat morning service, and offers suggestions of ways to incorporate non-Jewish family members into the celebration.
Author: Ron Wolfson
Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing
A step-by-step guide to teach the meaning & importance of Shabbat, as well as its practices. Each chapter corresponds to one of ten steps which together comprise the Shabbat dinner ritual. The blessings are written in both Hebrew & English, accompanied by English transliteration. Included are craft projects, recipes, discussion ideas, & more to enrich the Shabbat experience.
Learn to appreciate all the kindness Hashem bestows upon us.The one hundred brachos (blessings) we make each day can infuse our waking hours with the realization that G-d is always with us -- helping us, holding us, carrying us on His shoulders. They remind us how much we have to be thankful for, how much we owe G-d for the boundless kindness He constantly showers upon us.Now Rabbi Moshe Goldberger has given us a wonderful commentary on the one hundred daily brachos, explaining and clarifying the meaning and intent of each bracha (blessing). His insights make the brachos fresh and relevant, powerfully demonstrating how they connect to our everyday lives.This book is invaluable for students or anyone seeking inspiration or motivation for self-improvement. It makes a great gift, for yourself or someone else!