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Beautiful knife for cutting challah. Handle is gold-colored. Smooth blade (not serrated). Length: 38 cm.
This Ani Tefilla Siddur & Chumash is an engaging siddur for the inquiring teen and introspective adult. Designed to be used during the summer months, this unique Hebrew/English siddur contains full tefillot for weekdays and Shabbat as well as Torah readings for the summer parshiot and haftarot. Selichot for Shiva Asar B'Tammuz as well as Megillat Eicha for Tisha B'Av included. The original 'Ani Tefilla' commentary, for beginners and advanced alike, has been designed to help the user create their own meaning and connection during the tefilla experience. Divided into different categories that enable the user to connect to the experience in different ways, the commentary provides a variety of approaches to each tefilla, and a meaningful experience for everyone. Translation by Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks; commentary by Rabbi Dr. Jay Goldmintz. Compact size, Ashkenaz, flexcover, Hebrew-English. Koren Publishers, 1132 pages.
Inspiring Lights The light of Jewish wisdom, and of an authentic Jewish world view, shines on Chanukah, perhaps, as on no other holiday. The holiday of Chanukah was born out of a clash between two civilizations and two fundamentally different ways of looking at man, at life, and indeed all of reality: This was the essential clash between the Greeks and the Jews; the military clash was secondary. In exploring the messages that lie at the heart of Chanukah, we discover immutable messages that lie at the core of Judaism. Chanukah is the celebration of a vision so lofty and a dedication so deep, that it guaranteed that the Jewish nation, and the Jewish message, would endure - and shine - for all time. Inspiring Lights is a collection of essays from a wide range of educators and writers, each offering another perspective on the timeless messages contained in Chanukah. Some of the themes explored in this precious book are: Chanukah and the Mystical Light of Creation The Unique Relationship of the Jewish Woman to Chanukah Chanukah Echoes in the Garden of Eden The Essence of Jewish Leadership Where Jewish Thought and Greek Thought Part Ways and much more. Whether this is your fifth Chanukah, or your fiftieth, in these pages you will certainly find not only fresh insight and inspiration for your Chanukah celebration, but for all of Jewish life. Featuring Writings From: Shimon Apisdorf, Yaakov Astor, Harvey Belovski, Emuna Braverman, Dan Butler, Lawrence Kelemen, Doron Kornbluth, Boruch Leff, Menachem Leibtag, Naomi Lobl, Lori Palatnik, Holly Pavlov, Eliyahu Safran, Shlomo Slatkin, Hanoch Teller, Pinchas Winston Artscroll, paperback, 182 pages
Chol HaMoed: A Comprehensive Review of the Laws of the Intermediate Days of the Festivals This illuminating volume is a one of a kind, in that it deals with the practical realities of modern-day life on Chol HaMoed - the intermediate days of the festivals of Sukkot and Passover. A new, updated revised edition of the original much-cited work, you'll find it both enlightening and practical! By Rabbi Dovid Zucker & Rabbi Moshe Francis. Artscroll, hardcover, 220 pages.
Yisrael Dagan and the LeChayim Choir presents Chasidish Otzarot 4 - 9 beautiful A-Capella style songs that are permissible to listen to during Sefirat Ha'Omer and Bein Ha'Metzarim. Highly recommended!
Lectures 1 - 6By: Rabbi Nachman of Breslev The collection of teachings from our teacher Rebbe Nachman of Breslev is a very important compilation of Torah teachings from Rabbi Nachman of Breslev. The Spanish translation is clear and follows the original, accompanied by the Hebrew text on the opposite side. Includes source references, extensive commentary and notes, and supplementary information relating to the text. Hardcover, 416 pages.