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In the Living Emunah series of books Strengthening emunah, our faith in HaShem and in His infinite goodness, enriches and even transforms our lives. Emunah replaces anxiety with optimism and grants us serenity in place of fear. When we transform our relationship to HaShem through emunah, we transform our relationships to others as well. Jealousy, anger, and frustration have no place in a world of emunah. As our love for HaShem grows stronger so, too, does our love for others. Living Emunah 3 continues to guide us on this marvelous path. Each brief and absorbing segment melds the classic Torah understanding of faith with our day-to-day encounters and real-life stories.
Aaron Razel's awesome album, Water From The Rock. 11 tracks. A beautiful and sweet performance!
Large, orange Chamsa Sticker with phrase "It is a great mitzvah (command) to always be happy" in Hebrew.
Measurements: 16 x 23
Your pocket-size guide to a joyful and untroubled life. It also contains selected prayers for various occasions in Russian, and Tikun Klali in Hebrew. Make the Tsaddik your permanent mentor and see how his support accompanies you everywhere! Pocket-size format, paperback, 92 pages
New at the Breslev Israel store! A small-sized My Fire sticker in yellow, orange and red. Perfect for a cell phone.
The Garden of Peace The Garden of Peace, Rabbi Shalom Arush's marital guide for men, has already tranformed the lives of thousands and thousands of people the world over. The benefits that a husband will attain both on a spiritual and a material level defy description, once a husband gets to the root of his marital problems and makes his wife first place in his life. The nagging and complaints will disappear, as well as the petty requests and the demands on his time. The husband will feel the benefit of Divine assistance and will succeed in whatever he does. By Rabbi Shalom Arush. French.