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The Third Key
This is a step-by-step, comprehensive guide for the Jewish couple seeking fertility. But it is not only for them. It will also be of great interest and benefit to:
couples who have gone through infertility
relatives and friends of childless couples
rabbis, therapists and social workers
teachers of Torah
anyone who wants to learn more about this emotionally charged issue
By Rabbi Baruch Finkelstein and Michal Finkelstein, RN, CMN
The Garden of Gratitude - RussianThe Garden of Gratitude by Rabbi Shalom Arush and translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody is an ever-so-bright spiritual light that is guaranteed to illuminate your life in a way you can't begin to imagine. This book is the next step up the ladder of inner peace and self-realization from Rabbi Shalom Arush's multi-million copy international best-seller, The Garden of Emuna.Written in a reader-friendly and readily comprehensible style, The Garden of Gratitude explains how to make a quantum leap in your personal and spiritual growth – through gratefulness! The attribute of gratitude is a prerequisite to true happiness and success in all of our interpersonal relations, especially marriage.If life seems to be like a brick wall or a dead end, then learning to give thanks is the key to a new tomorrow. As you'll see in this amazing book, gratitude defies nature and invokes miracles of every type. People surrounded by the darkness of supposedly-terminal diseases or apparently insurmountable debts saw the light of day after taking the advice of this book.Imagine that your life is a digital washing machine with 26 cycles, but you only know how to use 3 of them. The Garden of Gratitude will teach you how to learn the other 23 and get the most out of your life. Reading this unforgettable book will make a dramatic change in your life for the better and will do wonders for your interpersonal relationships. This book is something you owe yourself.Deluxe softcover, 384 pages.
Crystal Kiddush cup with "70 Rivers" etched on surface and decorative silver stones. Height: 17 cm.
Stories about the Tzaddik Rabbi Amram Ben Diwan, one of the greatest and most intriguing Torah personalities of his generation, a leading scholar and miracle worker who was proficient in every aspect of Torah literature, including Halachah, Talmud and particularly Kabbalah.
Hardcover, 187 pages
An important addition to your collection!
The Garden of Gratitude in Hebrew "Enter His gates with gratitude, His courtyards with praise, thank Him and praise His name, for Hashem is good" (Tehillim 100). Rabbi Arush's latest flower in the "Garden" series is this comprehensive guide to thanking Hashem. This book opens the gates to everything good: simcha (inner joy), good income, marriage, children, complete healing, Torah and prayer. For anything and everything that we want and need - thanking Hashem opens all the gates for everyone, on every level. Anyone who honestly goes in the way of gratitude with purity and innocence will surely see miraculous salvations from all his troubles. Moreover, gratitude is the essential work that we must do to bring both our personal, and global, redemption. We must rid ourselves of ingratitude and expectations, which causes us to weep continuously over nothing. Working on true gratitude, and being able to truly praise and thank Hashem for everything, is the tikkun (correction) we all must strive for, and with this we can each merit the complete redemption. By Rabbi Shalom Arush. Softcover, 423 pages Highly recommended!