Posted on 31.05.23
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New at the Breslev Israel store! A posh Sefaradi bencher in faux white leather and gold. 18x13 c"m. Enhance your Shabbat table with this very lovely item - order today!
Days of Joy - Sfas Emes on Chanukah and Purim
Rabbi Yosef Stern has masterfully anthologized and adapted the teachings of the Sfas Emes, Rabbi Yehudah Aryeh of Ger, on Chanukah and Purim into one remarkable volume.
Adapted by Rabbi Yosef Stern. Artscroll, paperback, 350 pages.
Mordechai Schmutter is the foremost Jewish humor writer, if by "Jewish" you mean "hands in all of his stuff in Jewish time."
In fact, as we write this, we are literally still waiting for him to hand in the Introduction to this book. We might have to go to press without it and then send it to you later.
Here's what people are saying about Jewish time (the concept, not the book that no one's read yet):
WEDDING GUEST: "I hate it. If you announce a time, make things start at that time! I have places to be!"
YEKKE: "Personally, I find the term very offensive."
CHASSID: "I can give you an answer in like forty-five minutes."
YEKKE: "Wait. How did the wedding guest get here before me?"
CAMP COUNSELOR: "I wouldn't know. My watch is an hour off."
MOHEL: "Kvatter! KVATTER!!!"
NON-JEW: "Am I even allowed to say 'Jewish time'?"
YOUR COWORKER: "I can't believe it's already Pesach time. Just yesterday, it was Sukkos."
LOYAL READER: "Wasn't this book supposed to come out like five years ago? How is there a whole unit on Corona?"
NINTH MAN: "I was told I was the tenth man. Now I can't leave!"
New and exciting! A CD featuring songs by Rabbi Shalom Arush! Accompanied by Jewish music's best. Songs from the heart and soul! This CD will infuse you with inspiration to move forward with gratitude! Order today!
This siddur is the first new Orthodox Hebrew-English siddur in a generation. The siddur embodies Koren’s impeccable textual accuracy and intuitive graphic design, and offers an enlightening translation, introduction and commentary by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, one of the world’s leading Jewish thinkers. It is the only Orthodox siddur that includes prayers for the state of Israel, its soldiers and national holidays, and a halachic guide for visitors; prayers following childbirth and upon the birth of a daughter; a modern translation and transliteration, and citations of modern authorities. Published in cooperation with the Orthodox Union. Leader's size, Ashkenaz, specially designed hardcover, Hebrew-English. Koren Publishers, 1296 pages.