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Self-Esteem in the Talmud

The Pathway to Self-Confidence and Resilience

by Rabbi Yisroel Roll

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Self-Esteem in the Talmud opens the way towards gadlus ha’adam — achieving your maximum potential and purpose in life. Based on the teachings of Harav Moshe Shapiro shlita, Rabbi Yisroel Roll presents a step-by-step program derived from the Talmud to help you build a unique sense of self and a personal pathway in avodas Hashem. You will learn to:
  • develop your own identity as a foundation for happiness and success
  • bounce back from life’s setbacks and master the art of resilience
  • transform feelings of loneliness into independence and individuality
  • believe in yourself as you fulfill your role in the world
SPECIAL SECTION: A step-by-step summary of the classic Daas Atzmeinu (Self Knowledge) by Rav Shlomo Wolbe zt”l in Alei Shur

”Rabbi Roll has enlisted the vast resource of Talmudic wisdom in his mission… Self-Esteem in the Talmud is an important and welcome addition to the literature of practical applications of Torah.” — Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, MD

”A most worthy project in addressing the deficit of self-esteem so prevalent within our communities, yeshivos and schools. ” — Rabbi Reuven Feinstein

”Rav Yisroel Roll’s latest sefer is a classic. A mussar sefer that uplifts and encourages the reader to grow spiritually with a deep understanding of how to accomplish this, is a sine qua non for any thinking person. ” — Rabbi Dovid Cohen


  • ITEM #: 7256
  • Dimensions: 6" x 9"
  • ISBN: 978-1-68025-222-4
  • Weight: 1.4100 lbs
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 320 pages
  • Published by: Distributed by Feldheim

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