The Magic Touch
The sense of touch is powerful: It can heal and it can hurt. It can make or break relationships. It can create a loving bond between partners, and if abused, can inflict lifelong wounds physically and emotionally. While all too often taken for granted, one thing is certain: It should never be taken lightly.
The Magic Touch explores the mystery and majesty of touch - leading up to, and within the context of marriage - all from a traditional Jewish perspective. Judaism embraces a holistic approach to physical intimacy and the marriage relationship, viewing the whole person body and soul while recognizing the essential differences between a man and woman s nature.
Here is a book that is upbeat, personal, entertaining and insightful, written with candor and humor, yet designed for men and women seeking clarity over confusion, motivation, meaning, and a spiritual dimension to their relationship.
|5 3/8" x 8 1/4"
|Distributed by Feldheim
|Number of pages
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