Rabbi Moshe Cordovero’s Tomer Devorah is a 16th century Torah classic, and its fundamental first chapter demonstrates how heaven and earth dynamically and positively influence one another whenever we exhibit compassion as we emulate each of the Creator’s Thirteen Attributes of Mercy.
The Elucidated Tomer Devorah provides a brilliant commentary to this essential first chapter, elaborating upon the difference between each of these 13 distinct aspects of compassion.
Through real-life examples, illuminating stories and insights from rabbinic sages, the author develops a practical blueprint for truly optimizing interpersonal relationships.
The text concludes with an essay of profound significance.
Entitled “Olam Katan” (The human being is a microcosm of the universe), it discusses how the entire universe operates in response to man’s deeds, which in turn, wield a great influence over everything that transpires in heaven and on earth.
Written in a language and style that makes these lofty concepts engaging, accessible, and meaningful to all readers, the Elucidated Tomer Devorah will alter and elevate the way you live and look at life.