Inside Out, Yamim Noraim
Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin has become a symbol of spiritual endurance for Jews around the world. Many take inspiration from his published letters opening a window to life in a place called prison, and a Jew's ability to grow in Emunah and Bitachon in the most desolate situation. Emanating from a place of darkness, his messages are a beacon of light and hope.
The letters in this book contain words of inspiration, Tishrei gems, and a profound view into the world of a man whose body was imprisoned but whose spirit remained free. Here is an intimate glimpse into one Jew's path through a most painful odyssey, and the secret of his soaring faith and trust.
|Publisher||Distributed by Feldheim Publishers|
|Number of pages||446|