Posted on 13.03.21
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This novel will touch the hearts of all readers from its very beginning until its surprising end. Author Esther Toker has done it again in this dramatic work. FBI agent Carly Mangham poses as a baalas teshuvah in order to stake out the Yakovsky household, a typical Chassidic family. Carly, who has never met them before, is actually their granddaughter. As Carly's stay there stretches out, she feels herself torn between her job and her newly discovered family. She has a task to fulfill - find evidence of tax evasion, and yet trust and dedication to family is on the line. Which will prevail? Or is there another way? By Esther Toker. 356 pages. Tfutza Publications.
All pamphlets in the "GEMS" series. Each pamphlet features a special collection of stories, teachings, and other "gems" from Rav Shalom Arush on saying thank you and strengthening your emuna, in English. Includes the Tikkun Klali.
Believe in Your Power
Chok Toda - Law of Gratitude
I Said "Thank You" and Saw Miracles
Kisses to the Creator
Miracles Above Nature
To Desire and to Thank
The Laws of Brachos: A Comprehensive Exposition of the Background and Laws of Blessings
The laws of blessings are some of the most complex in Jewish law. This book expertly explains the general concepts, then gives examples and practical halachah, so that understanding the details of the laws follows logically. This way, the reader better understands how to decide what is the proper amount for a blessing, how much time can pass, and all sorts of details that arise in everyday life.
Also includes a comprehensive list of foods and their blessings, including many "hybrid" foods that leave many confused.
By Rabbi Binyomin Forst. Artscroll, hardcover, 422 pages.
Elegant Havdalah set in silver shades of aluminum. Four pieces: Kiddush cup, spice cup, candle holder, and platter. Size 21 x 16.2 cm.
Colorful Hamsa key chain with pictures of pomegranates.