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Nechoma Greisman was a wonderful woman who loved having Shabbos guests.
With her enthusiasm and simplicity, she always knew how to make people feel at home.
With her wisdom, she always gave whatever was needed: a place to enjoy the day with a family, someone to talk to, or a deep discussion of Torah and Chassidus. Nechoma's practical ideas about organizing her life were amazing to everyone who knew her.
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Holy manicure! Now you can nail that Hanukkah look! It’s time to get into the Hanukkah spirit with adorable latkes, spinning dreidels, & Judah Maccabee at your fingertips!
- Includes 49 decals for adults & children
- Lasts up to 8 days, just like the miracle!
- Fabulous Hanukkah fashion
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Rebbetzin Rochie Pinson shares the experiences and insights she has gleaned during decades spent perfecting the art of challah baking and teaching challah workshops around the world.
In her wise, warm, and humorous voice, she guides the reader through every step of the rewarding process of making challah.
- Section I: The Story of Challah.
Musings on challah as a recipe for life
- Section II: The Cookbook.
The most comprehensive guide to challah-baking ingredients, equipment, and techniques ever published.
- 38 unique, time-tested challah recipes, including gluten-free oat challah, sourdough challah, spinach-ricotta challah, a challah for each Jewish holiday (such as apple-and-honey challah), challahs from around the world (such as Yemenite kubaneh and lachoch), plus recipes for leftover dough and challah, and many more!
- 37 illustrated braiding techniques with step-by-step instructions.
- Over 75 gorgeous, full-color photographs
- Section III: Laws & Customs of Challah. A fascinating compendium of the history, customs, laws, and significance of challah in Judaism
This is the book for beginners and experts alike.
Nothing intimidating or complicated here, every recipe is meant to be used, cherished, and passed on to the next generation of challah bakers.
- Section I: The Story of Challah.
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A complete guidebook including up-to-date clinical information; diagrams, illustrations and full-color photos of fetal development; prenatal care and laws of prenatal testing; nutrition, exercises, and Lamaze techniques; laws pertaining to childbirth and and bris; inspiring Torah thoughts and commentary.
Approved by leading Rabbinic and medical authorities.
Now with a beautiful new design, this revised and updated edition includes genetic testing and an expanded nutrition section.
It's the only maternity guidebook a Jewish couple will ever need.
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Few experiences are more beloved than motherhood, and yet the role can be very lonely.
There are no headlines applauding the accomplishment of getting all the kids to bed. No one sees the gargantuan effort it takes to seal the lips when all you really want to do is snap.
Mothers battle monotony and insecurity, fear and guilt - and they often do so alone.
A Mother's Musings breaks that loneliness.
In this beautifully-written book author and columnist Bassi Gruen allows us into her inner world as a mother.
With eloquence and honesty she shares the struggles and the joys, the hopes and the doubts. We stand with her as her baby moves into his own room, we see her deal with the toddler in the throes of a tantrum, we join her as her daughter makes her very first kugel.
In addition, selections of fiction are woven throughout the book, the stories of other women who could-have-been.
Bassi gives a peek at two levels of her life; the events as they occurred and the inner changes they stirred - the perspectives shifted, lessons learned, the resolves undertaken.
This is a book about growth and transformation, about how little people can trigger big changes.
The stories are hers - but in them you will find yourself, your mother, your neighbor, your friend. For they are the stories of all Jewish mothers.
Garden of Shalom
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His bestselling book, Garden of Emunah, has changed the lives of countless others, and now, Rav Shalom Arush has released his long-awaited book for women on how to create and preserve a happy, healthy marriage.
Its counterpart, Garden of Peace for Men, was received with acclaim for its down-to-earth, honest, and sensitive approach, and these qualities shine from this volume for women as well.
* How can a woman build up her marriage so that it is one of peace and tranquility?
* What is the real meaning of love?
* What is the role of the wife in the home?
Not only does this book present a beautiful, time-tested perspective on marriage, it also offers wisdom and insight on parenting, prayer, and motherhood.
A vital read for every Jewish woman!
Translated from Hebrew to English by Rabbi Lazer Brody, this book is for women only, but women of all ages.
Not limited to marital issues alone, Rabbi Arush teaches of whole life from the feminine perspective.
The book is divided into eight sections, covering all aspects of a woman's life. Yes, marriage, but also finances, food, children, etc. etc.
When King Solomon said, "Every wise woman buildeth her home : but the foolish plucketh it down with her hands." (Mishlei 14:1), it is this knowledge and wisdom that is refereed to.
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Women at the Crossroads: A Woman's Perspective on the Weekly Torah Portion comprises 53 essays pertaining to women based on each of the weekly Torah Portions throughout the year.
Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum discusses the characters and dilemmas of the women in the Torah that are relevant to the issues which women encounter today.
The author explores the underlying values of laws and rituals that pertain to women by examining the inherent nature of women as presented in the Torah.
Based on the intricacies of the Torah text, she shows the beauty and depth of the role of women as portrayed in the Torah and teaches the importance of women and their immense influence on society as prime movers of history.
The book is divided into five chapters, corresponding to the five books of the Torah. Each chapter is divided into sections according to each Torah portion.
In addition, it includes a comprehensive and useful compilation of biographies of the commentaries quoted in the book.
Expounding the Torah text through methodical research of Midrash, Talmud and traditional commentators, such as Rashi and the Ramban, placed side-by-side with Chassidic masters like the Me--or v--Shemesh and modern commentators including Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan, Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum weaves together the strands that make up the tapestry of life for the contemporary woman.
Rather than paying homage to the external, competitive, masculine world, the author demonstrates how Jewish women of today may look inwards to the women in the Torah for guidance in choosing their priorities in life.
Women at the Crossroads: A Woman's Perspective on the Weekly Torah Portion can serve as a complementary sourcebook assisting teachers in preparing classes for women, or as a textbook for women's study groups.
It is helpful to women in preparing words of Torah to share at the Shabbat-table, in addition to simply offering stimulating reading.
Merkos L'inyonei Chinuch
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For many years, until her passing in 1992 at the age of 39, hundreds of women of all ages and levels of observance eagerly attended Nechoma Greisman's weekly classes on Chassidic Insights into Torah, at Machon Chaya Mushka and at the Israel Center in Jerusalem.
As those women fondly recall, each of these shiurim was not merely a forum for the transmission of information: it was an unforgettable happening, a shared sisterly quest, a joyful igniting of souls. (Regrettably, not all of these classes were taped.) Basically, they constituted a chassidic lesson in learning from life.
In addition, their womanly perspective considered the varied roles of women earnestly, yet with mellow good humor.
Now, within the limits of the printed word, much of their tone and savor is distilled and preserved in these pages.
The present book will be a welcome breath of life for those who seek a human, vibrant, chassidic guide to digging for treasure, whether it is hidden within the weekly Torah readings or within oneself.
For those who have read (and reread) The Nechoma Greisman Anthology, the present book will be doubly welcome.
Simultaneously, it presents Chassidism through the eyes of a woman, and womanhood through the eyes of Chassidism.
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As women, we experience many of life's miracles firsthand.
Whether these miracles come in times of crisis or joy, they offer an extraordinary opportunity us to explore the wonders life has to offer.
Small Miracles for Women celebrates the moments when fate steps in to change the lives of sisters, wives, mothers, friends, grandmothers, and aunts-in unforgettable ways.
Continuing in the tradition of the bestselling Small Miracles series, these moving stories will touch the hearts of women everywhere.
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What comes to mind when you hear "tznius"?
Six teenage girls from both modern Orthodox and Bais Yaakov backgrounds set out to answer that question.
Tights. Ugly. Frum. Self-Esteem. Hard. Beautiful.
Necklines and hemlines, slits and socks - what's the big deal? The girls felt confused, frustrated, guilty, resentful. And afraid of change.
But they were open-minded enough to try something new. Meet once a month. Discuss tznius. Keep a weekly diary.
It wasn't easy. It wasn’t overnight. But somewhere between October and June, six girls started to see things differently.
This is their open and honest diaries – their thoughts and feelings, their confusion, frustration and guilt.
They challenged tznius on their own terms. They discussed topics without the censorship of adults. They took a different look at themselves. Rethink what beauty really means. Wish for more.
Avigail: There are a billion questions I have on tznius, but even when I try to get the answers, nothing clicks.
Rachel: I’m very embarrassed, but whenever I see a group of girls with the long-skirt, button-down shirt look, it makes me really nervous.
Chavi: When I think about tznius, a few things come to mind - and none of them are too exciting.
Sarah: Honestly, I'm not looking to become a totally new person at this point in my life...
Ellie: Is tznius really so up there on the priority list in Heaven? What about tefillah, simchah, things like that?
Shevi: It’s like my head keeps telling me to wear it and my heart keeps telling me not to.
Their diaries are true. Their thoughts are totally honest. Their journey is real.
$15.95A thought-provoking collection of ten lively essays outlining the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe on subjects of particular interest to women - social involvement, equal rights, family planning, enlightened parenting, women’s Torah study and observance, and many other topical subjects.Visit product page →
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At a time when medical advances in fertility treatment are being made with unprecedented speed, Jewish couples are finding themselves psychologically and ethically challenged.
Overcoming Infertility is an indispensable reference book for couples, rabbis and counselors trying to understand and resolve the complex issues of fertility therapy.
This thorough and sensitive work examines contemporary technologies as they relate to halakha, the particular psychological and social issues faced by Jewish couples grappling with infertility, and the intersection of the physical and spiritual aspects of overcoming infertility to give couples the guidance and hope they need to fulfill the profound human desire to have children
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Just My Style, a groundbreaking new book, uses real-life situations, thoughtful topics for discussion, and heartwarming stories to inspire young ladies to value their own inner beauty and impart to them a deep appreciation of tznius.
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A beautiful and moving one-of-a-kind collection that draws from a variety of Jewish traditions, through the ages, to commemorate every occasion and every passage in the cycle of life, including:
- Special prayers for the Sabbath, holidays, and important dates of the Jewish year
- Prayers to mark celebratory milestones, such as bat mitzva, marriage, pregnancy, and childbirth
- Prayers for companionship, love, and fertility
- Prayers for healing, strength, and personal growth
- Prayers for daily reflection and thanksgiving
- Prayers for comfort and understanding in times of tragedy and loss
On the eve of Yom Kippur in 2002, Aliza Lavie, a university professor, read an interview with an Israeli woman who had lost both her mother and her baby daughter in a terrorist attack.
As Lavie stood in the synagogue later that evening, she searched for comfort for the bereaved woman, for a reminder that she was not alone but part of a great tradition of Jewish women who have responded to unbearable loss with strength and fortitude.
Unable to find sufficient solace within the traditional prayer book and inspired by the memory of her own grandmother’s steadfast knowledge and faith, Lavie began researching and compiling prayers written for and by Jewish women.
A Jewish Woman’s Prayer Book is the result—a beautiful and moving one-of-a-kind collection that draws from a variety of Jewish traditions, through the ages, to commemorate every occasion and every passage in the cycle of life, from the mundane to the extraordinary.
This elegant, inspiring volume includes special prayers for the Sabbath and holidays and important dates of the Jewish year; prayers to mark celebratory milestones, such as bat mitzva, marriage, pregnancy, and childbirth; and prayers for comfort and understanding in times of tragedy and loss.
Each prayer is presented in Hebrew and in an English translation, along with fascinating commentary on its origins and allusions.
Culled from a wide range of sources, both geographically and historically, this collection testifies that women's prayers were—and continue to be—an inspired expression of personal supplication and desire.
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What is a "holy woman," or a holy man for that matter?
According to the Jewish mystics, a holy person is someone who has not lost the holiness that every baby is born with.
A holy person is someone who fulfills it.
Stories about Jewish holy women have rarely been collected in such an engaging and entertaining form.
The tales display a specifically female Jewish spirituality, giving us a peek into a world of devotional beauty that focuses on kindness. These stories of laughter and tears, humility and bravery, striving and trance, have an appeal spanning the denominational spectrum: they are spiritual nourishment for the soul.
The rabbis say there are both male and female angels and angels are on earth as well as in heaven.
These tales enhance our appreciation of the female angels on earth.
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A groundbreaking book on Torah and self-awareness for women!
Discover your inner world, that special place where you cultivate stability and serenity. In that realm of silence and calm, Torah can be found, a unique connection to G-d.
But how does a woman take this inner core of energy and truth and use it to enrich her every moment?
In this profound book, the author offers guidance into the deeper realms of body and soul as well as the powerful true stories of women she has helped on this remarkable journey.
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For Orthodox Jews, immersion in a ritual bath—the mikveh—is the cornerstone of family life and is central to Jewish women’s practice of their faith.
Yet women from across the Jewish spectrum frequent the mikveh, often for surprising personal reasons.
Roused by her own immersion experience, for years Varda Polak-Sahm, a secular Jew, patiently observed and interviewed women at the mikveh, gaining unprecedented access to this hidden world.
The House of Secrets offers a richly nuanced, uncensored look at an experience that is for some holy and for others coercive, ultimately illuminating the remarkable power of ritual immersion.
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One of the few books to consider the very personal, yet also public, matter of married Jewish women covering their hair.
Hide and Seek explains the law, considers the customs surrounding the practice, and includes the voices of women from around the world who are moved by the nature of this challenging observance.
The book includes legal and sociological perspectives of the practice, citing relevant texts and rabbinic discourse, as well as the history, tradition, and customs of Jewish communities from around the world.
Twenty-four personal essays from women on this sensitive issue lend a very personal face to the debate
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Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg, one of the greatest gedolei Torah and poskim of our time, is a revered guide to thousands of people who seek his advice on Halachah and personal matters.
Rabbi Moshe Finkelstein’s book contains a selection of his periodic lectures to women, followed by question-and-answer sessions.
In his Heart to Heart Talks, Rabbi Scheinberg deals with such topics as Woman’s Special Gift, Forgiveness, Esther’s Unique Virtues, and The Importance of Women. Rarely has such a genuine gadol been so accessible on such a variety of topics.
Rabbi Scheinber's deceptive simplicity masks profound ideas, making his talks meaningful for sage and layman; men, women, and children.
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Every week Jewish women worldwide are careful to observe the special mitzvos of lighting Shabbos candles and preparing challah and other foods which require separating.
What more do we need to know about these mitzvos?
This user-friendly, question-and-answer guide from the popular Guidelines series offers detailed explanations of the laws of these mitzvos.
An invaluable guide for every Jewish woman and every Jewish home.
Great for beginners!
Jonathon David Co
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The individuals profiled in this volume are the authors' considered choice of Jewish women who have had great impact in their respective fields.
Among these outstanding personalities, one will find the biblical Deborah and the late Israeli prime minister Golda Meir, women who led their nation in war; U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Nobel Prize-winners Rosalyn Yalow and Nelly Sachs; singer/actress Barbra Streisand; playwrights Lillian Hellman and Wendy Wasserstein; business tycoons Helena Rubenstein and Estée Lauder; and U.S. Senators Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein.
In each of the biographies, Elinor Slater and Robert Slater describe the subject's unusual gifts and achievements, noting, when relevant, her relationship to Judaism and the Jewish people.
The Slaters believe that while women in general have had to overcome discriminatory barriers in order to succeed in their various pursuits, Jewish women have often had to overcome a double measure of discrimination: one involving their gender and the other their religion.
Hence, while all women who have achieved success and made a contribution to society deserve acclaim, Jewish women are doubly deserving.
And it is for this reason that the authors undertook this project: to give special recognition to those Jewish women who have persevered and succeeded, sometimes against great odds.
As United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg writes in her introduction to Great Jewish Women, "This collection will have served its purpose if its readers come away from it with an enhanced appreciation that, with a strong will and hard work, one can overcome artificial barriers and turn dreams into reality."
With black-and-white photographs.
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From the centrality of family to the Dead Sea Scrolls to Chasidic feminism, Lilies features twenty-one compelling essays born of a collision between Judaism and modernity and elegant expression.
Referencing Buber, Bloom, and Kafka the essays contrast the public face of Jewish culture and its soul.
Other compositions find transcendence in the details of Jewish law.
In the act of exposing the confluence of a Hippie-dom, post-modernism, and halakhic Judaism, Lilies provides intellectual musings on wide-ranging subjects with surprising personal relevance and poignancy.
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Guaranteed to perk you up, Dancing Through Life explores the many facets and wonders of being a Jewish woman.
Personal, profound, full of warmth, wisdom, comfort, and good cheer, these brief, insightful reflections not only examine the ups and downs of life, but also shed new light on what we often take for granted.
A heartwarming and spiritually uplifting collection of essays for women.
Elana Mizrahi draws on her own daily trials and lessons, mixed with the teachings of our sages to produce profound writing combined with practical ideas that are sure to be inspiring to Jewish women in all stages of life.
Elana Mira Mizrahi is a writer and lecturer. In addition to teaching, Elana also specializes in woment's health as a reflexologist, massage therapist, doula and Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Therapy practitioner.
Originally from California and a graduate of Stanford University, she now lives with her husband and children in the holy city of Jerusalem.
Like spending time with a trusted companion, these pages offer you a bright, new, uplifting look at your own life.
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In this essential guide, social worker Tzivia Reiter, a Director at OHEL Bais Ezra and a busy mother of a growing family, addresses the unique challenges and issues faced by Torah observant women who work outside the home.
Based on in-depth interviews with over twenty women, Reiter recounts tales from the front lines of real-life frum working mothers of many stripes, and culls their most effective tips for reducing stress, maximizing time, enhancing shalom bayis, and more.
Part how-to-guide, part chizuk booster, Briefcases and Baby Bottles covers topics that every working mother will identify with, and does so with sensitivity, insight, and humor.
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What does it mean to be a Jewish woman today?
What does Jewish tradition offer to modern women who are looking for practical ways to bring spirituality and meaning to their lives and the lives of their loved ones?
These questions and more are addressed in this book that examines the everyday lives of Jewish women and the struggles and aspirations and failings and triumphs of their spiritual endeavors.
The women whose writings appear in this book span a wide range of ages, backgrounds, perspectives, and professions.
In her own way, each one reveals God as an anchoring force in her life from the birthing room to the boardroom, cleaning in the kitchen or scrubbing up for surgery.
In places as far apart as Jerusalem, Washington, DC, and southern India, these women help readers find the sacred within the apparently mundane.
Bread and Fire contains moving teachings and honest reflections from more than 60 contributors, including Shoshana S. Cardin, Elizabeth Ehrlich, Ruchama King Feuerman, Susan Handelman, Francesca Lunzer-Kritz, Rachel Naomi Remen, Liz Rosenberg, Julie Salamon, Wendy Shalit, Sarah Shapiro, Esther Shkop, and Marian Stoltz-Loike.
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Biblical Beauty looks at what makes us beautiful in a new light--by integrating biblical, historical and cultural perspectives on female beauty with a modern sensibility, supplemented with practical advice and user-friendly tips.
You'll find fresh insights on skin care, sun care, makeup, hair care, healthy aging, motherhood and feminine leadership.
Rachelle Weisberger unmasks the timeless beauty that is not limited to physical features or chronological age.
Rather, as you will discover, it is multifaceted and all-encompassing. Biblical beauty resonates throughout the entire body and radiates physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
This informative and entertaining book also presents the women of the Hebrew Bible: Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah, Miriam, Rahab, Deborah, Bathsheba and Esther as well as Judith of the Apocrypha.
Their stories serve as springboards to introduce timely topics and to explore the underlying relationship between their physical attributes and hidden inner qualities, interwoven with their spirituality.
By combining ancient secrets with modern solutions, Biblical Beauty, will guide you toward empowerment, renewal and a daily celebration of beauty in your own life.
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Every woman dreams of a good life, a happy home, meaningful relationships, joyous celebrations … but do we know the way to make those blessings materialize?
How often do we feel our deepest desires bottled up in our hearts, hoping that Hashem hears our silent yearning?
There is a better way to draw down blessings for us and for all Israel. When you want something, pray for it!
This precious volume of prayers, drawn from the words of Rav Noson’s Likutey Tefilot, gives expression to the hopes and dreams of each Jewish woman.
Organized by topic, here are prayers to sing with, to cry over, to believe in and to soar with.
Use them to discover parts of yourself you never knew existed, and to clarify the values you hold dear.
Above all, let them open your heart to receive the greatest blessing: a new closeness to the Provider of all.
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Aura is the feminine possessive of the Hebrew word meaning light, `her light`, the radiance of special womanly qualities.
Essays in this book focus on how to bring out the essence of a Jewish woman and how she may make her light manifest to illuminate the world in which we live.
Essays by Miriam Grossman, Adin Steinsaltz, Benzion Rader, Judith Bleich, Zvi Ya'ir, Rabbi Manis Friedman, Kate Loewenthal, Rabbi Abraham Twersky, Rabbi Heschel Greenberg, Shaina Sarah Handelman, HaRav Mordechai Ashkenazi, Rabbi Alter Benzion Metzger, HaRav Shlomo Y. Zevin, Chana Sidelsky,
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In the tradition of Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club and Holy Days by Lis Harris, Rivka Zakutinsky and Yaffa Leba Gottlieb show the inner workings of a fascinating community of women that few outsiders will enter on their own.
With humor and sensitivity, Around Sarah's Table focuses on the lives of ten Hasidic women and on the insights each gains from the weekly Torah reading, illustrating the ways in which each woman's life is infused with Judaism.
Brooklyn, 1991: A few Hasidic women begin meeting once a week for lunch and intimate learning with friends.
The few soon grow to many, from backgrounds as diverse as those of any other segment of the Jewish population.
Gathered together by Sarah -- mother of thirteen, girls' high school principal, facilitator, connector, and hostess -- they called themselves the "Women's Tuesday Torah Luncheon and Study Group."
From Reva the publisher to Rachel the mikvah maven, Klara the lawyer, Levana the rebbitzin, and others, the daily joys and sorrows of each allow us to see through the stereotypes to truly connect with the real women who lie behind those images.
With the eyes, ears, and hearts of storytellers, Zakutinsky and Gottlieb generously introduce us to their very personal spiritual realm. Amidst a world filled with spiritual unrest and anxiety, Around Sarah's Table offers inspirational Hasidic and biblical interpretation gathered by women, for both women and men to follow.
Less concerned with an academic approach to Bible study than with the traditional methods of "learning," the authors never seem to lose sight of how the ancient texts apply to their contemporary lives.
Fast paced but reverent, Around Sarah's Table introduces us to the unique experience of living life as a Hasidic woman, and reminds us that beyond all the labels that tend to keep us apart, we are all very much alike.
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An education in Jewish law and philosophy has always been both an obligation and a pleasure for Jewish women.
''A Woman's Mitzvah'' was written with both beginning and advanced ''students'' of the Laws of Family Purity in mind.
In addition, ''A Woman's Mitzvah'' was written to provide teachers of this subject with a well-sourced, readable guidebook.
Based on the lectures of Rav Yitzchak Berkovits, ''A Woman's Mitzvah'' provides a clear and pleasingly written explanation of the principles, details and practical application of the Laws of Family Purity.
The reader will also find in the footnotes sources for each halacha (Jewish law) as well as much interesting background and historical information.
Special attention has been given to distinguish between what is halacha, what is minhag (custom), and what is a chumrah (a stringency beyond the halachic requirement).
It is the author's fervent hope that from the experience of keeping the Laws of Family Purity properly, Jewish women will experience first hand that which is written Torah, ''All its ways are pleasant.'' (Mishlei 3:17) By Meira Svirsky
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Knowledge of the laws of niddah is absolutely essential for every married woman, and in this new book, Rabbi Forst performs an invaluable service.
Unlike his previous works, this book is not geared for someone studying the subject in depth.
Instead, it is tailored to the specific needs of women and contains several chapters that are particularly important for kallos.
It is complete, yet not too technical, so that one will not be overwhelmed by the material.
It is authoritative, but does not claim to replace the competent Rav.
It will remove unnecessary doubt and insecurity from countless delicate family situations, and let conscientious people know what to do and when and how to ask.
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A charming mashal about the middah of tznius
The princess has a problem.
She knows who she is, but does anyone else?
Despite her closet full of dresses, she can't seem to find a way to show the world that she is special.
In this beautiful allegorical tale, a princess travels far and wide in search of something that will set her apart.
Can you guess what she discovers?
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Who can resist the mouth-watering fragrance of freshly baked challah, wafting through a Jewish home?
Yet, how many potential bakers are intimidated by the seemingly esoteric art of challah and bread baking?
This book unlocks the secrets of challah baking, making delicious, perfect challos, breads, rolls, and other yeast-dough treats accessible to all.
Beautiful photographs, inspiring stories, and easy-to-follow instructions make this a book to treasure-a gift that will enhance every kitchen.
Aside from the heavenly taste and smell of home-made challah, it is a special mitzvah given to women and is a very fulfilling pursuit.
This book will clue you in to this soul-satisfying mitzvah and transform you into the baker you never thought you could be!
Includes an indispensable chapter on the Seven Steps to Amazing Challah-an in-depth, kitchen-tested guide to systematically achieve great results and avoid potential pitfalls, plus several illustrated braiding techniques to put finishing touches on your delectable masterpiece.
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An excellent guide to Jewish laws and customs as they apply to women and girls.
From daily laws to the Sabbath and Holidays to virtually every scenario that may present itself, it's all in here!
Approbations by Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, Rabbi Yaakov Kamenetsky, Rabbi Moshe Stern and others.