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Stop Surviving, Start Living

by Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier

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Stop Surviving, Start Living
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This book is guaranteed to change your life!


Ask someone today, “How are you doing?” and you will hear some interesting responses. “Hanging in there.” “Surviving.”

That is a reaction you would expect from a man who just found out he has terminal cancer and has six months to live. How do you explain it coming from people living in the lap of luxury, enjoying wealth, freedom, and almost limitless opportunities? HANGING IN THERE? SURVIVING?!

More than a mere expression, it is indicative of a deep dissatisfaction just beneath the surface. That's not the way it's supposed to be - not the way Hashem wants it to be.

Why did Hashem create us? Why is there suffering? Why is there pain?

Here is a book that answers these and other deep life-questions, in an engaging, entertaining manner. It offers a roadmap and the inspiration to create a life of meaning and purpose - to stop merely surviving and start living.

Written in an easy-to-read, contemporary style, this powerful book offers a road map and the inspiration to create A LIFE OF MEANING AND PURPOSE - to stop merely surviving and start living.

Read the author interview here


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  • Changed my life

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    • 5/6/18

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    • Simi

    This book has turned my life around, I've now become religious again after 4 hard teenage years during which I had no faith in God. Thank you thank you thank you

  • Good

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    • 10/13/17

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    • Nino

    Intresting book

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