The dates of our Yamim Tovim and the Jewish months of the year are determined by the waxing and waning of the moon. Our personalities and character traits are shaped, to a degree, by the mazal of the month under which we were born. By exercising our power of choice in a positive manner, as in walking in the ways of Torah, we can actually circumvent our lackluster mazal. It is up to each of us to strive to rise above our tendencies that could be bogging us down and preventing us from maximizing our potential.
The timeless stories and essays contained within these pages will shine into your heart and soul and inspire you to strive to grow as you follow the rhythm of the entire year!
- ITEM #: 7209
- Dimensions: 6" X 9"
- ISBN: 978-1-59826-092-2
- Weight: 1.4940 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 351 pages
- Published by: Distributed by Feldheim
Rachel Weiss has the ability to consistently capture the reader’s attention and sustain his / her interest throughout the entire book. Each chapter is highly informative, inspiring and poignant. She reveals unique intellect and sagacity by unfolding ancient treasures that have escaped even lifelong students of Torah.
While her writing is graceful and eloquent, she is unfailingly grounded in conveying our age-old tradition. One is frequently drawn to this book for a respite and picker-upper from the stresses of everyday life. A good and satisfying read at bedtime or take it along with you on vacation or on a commute to and from work, you will find yourself spiritually buoyed and intellectually enriched.
This is the kind of book that never gets old. Vastly informative and endearingly entertaining. An inspiring and thought provoking read that's a must for every home library. Enlightening for teachers and educators as well.
Don't be surprised if your copy keeps disappearing. My visiting kids kept stealing mine so I got them their own. This book has that kind of appeal!
Fabulously entertaining, fabulously informative, fabulous writing. A must for every home library. Even has stories that can be read aloud to children.
Everyone in our family loves this book and can't seem to get enough of it. Great gift for YomTov.