- ITEM #: 4156
- ISBN: 1-58330-822-9
- Weight: 1.0563 lbs
- Binding: Pocket Hard Cover / 282 pages
- Published by: Feldheim Publishers
- Editor: Rabbi David Kahn
- Translated by: Rabbi Yaakov Yosef Iskowitz
There are certain seforim which are really written for women. Not to say that men cannot benefit from saying Tehillim or Aneni or Pirak Shirah, but this sefer is just for Jewish women. We gave these to our 2 married daughters and daughters in law. We have given it to friends' daughters when the are blessed to become Kallahs. The tefillos are arranged in such a way as to be able to tap into every woman's soul. I have found it helps in those times when a regular siddur has the words, but not the depth of what I am feeling at certain times of sadness or joy and everything in between. I find it to be great aid in helping loosen the strings that sometimes interfere with our 'conversing' with Ha Sh-m.
As all of Feldheim Publications, even the artistic design of the sefer makes a woman more comfortable and more prepared to 'discuss' joy, gratitude,fear, sadness, confusion and all the various emotions and times a woman needs to become closer to Ha Sh-m.
This yeshiva in Israel has published at this point 2 books of illustrations - one for mesechta eruvin, the other for mesechta sukkot, which appear to be computer generated. In my opinion, you really cannot fully understand either mesechta without these aids.