The Path of the Just
The Path of the Just Path of the Just was written in Hebrew by the Ramchal - Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto, and was first published in 1740 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The book is designed to help a person elevate his moral behavior, and is based on the Babylonian Talmud's listing of the measurements and virtues, leading a person to a gradual increase in moral behavior and fear of Hashem "according to honesty and ethics" - to the point of spiritual transcendence and holiness. This new English translation for the contemporary reader by Rabbi Yosef Leibler, accompanied by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Shlanger's helpful side captions, includes a study schedule of the text for the entire year. Hardcover, 184 pages. Highly recommended!
Path of the Just / Mesillas Yesharim: Pocket Edition
A completely redone version of a treasured classic. This newly translated volume, complete with facing Hebrew-English text and shoulder captions for clarity, revitalizes the study of Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto's classic ethical work. The Path of the Just has long been regarded as the crown-jewel of mussar study. The Gaon of Vilna constantly kept a copy of Mesillas Yesharim at his side, and yet the piercing wisdom of the Ramchal is just as relevant to our own lives. The author gently guides the reader through various levels of character refinement, shining a beacon of light on the path to perfection. By Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto. Pocket Hard Cover. 396 pages
- editor: Rabbi Moshe Chaim Lotzatto