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The Neshamah

A Study of the Human Soul

by Aryeh Leibowitz

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What exactly is the human soul? What is spirituality? Why does Judaism place paramount stress on the study of Torah? How does the performance of mitzvos sanctify man?

Drawing on the timeless teachings of Chazal and the writings of the most influential thinkers of the past millennium and more, this book delivers a structured and lucid perspective on the nature of the human soul.


  • ITEM #: 7600
  • ISBN: 9781680253382
  • Weight: 1.2430 lbs
  • Binding: 193 pages
  • Published by: Distributed by Feldheim

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  • Discovering Your Soul

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    • 1/2/19

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    • Mordechai Lewis

    One needs to read this sefer at least four times in order for it to be absorbed into one's being!

  • The Jewish Soul- An Owner's Manual

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    • 6/3/18

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    • Shmuel Sofer

    R Aryeh Leibowitz has written a wonderful book/sefer ! "The Neshamah-A Study of the Human Soul." R Leibowitz reviews and analyzes many statements of Chazal and our Sages from throughout the ages regarding the human soul. He discusses what is it that we mean when we talk of the neshamah. How our neshamah sets us apart from all other creations and how we can make best use of it by dedicating ourselves to maximizing our potential spiritually through Torah study and Mitzva observance. R Leibowitz brings to the reader an extensive array of classic texts both in their original and translated into the vernacular.
    R Leibowitz is a popular rebbi at Yeshivat Sha'alvim. He teaches Machshevet Yisroel in addition to gemmara, and is thus highly qualified to author a sefer on this important topic. He has previously written an excellent work on Hashgacha Pratis. This sefer carries haskamos and approbations from several contemporary rabbonim in both the US and Israel who attest to the authors person as well as his works.

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