The River, the Kettle and the Bird
A Torah Guide to a Successful Marriage
The River, the Kettle and the Bird: These three things symbolize three possible levels of peaceful relationships in marriage. In this world acclaimed best-seller, the author, a prominent Rosh Yeshiva, utilizes classic Torah concepts to gain startling insights into the human psyche and to propose fundamental guidelines to deal with problem areas of married life. This powerful volume addresses openly and clearly questions such as: What is true love? How does one handle anger and frustration? How can domestic strife be lessened and ultimately eliminated? This book – for newly engaged and wed as well as for those married for decades – will not only guide readers to a successful marriage, but to joyous living in general. About the author: Rabbi Aharon Feldman, shlit”a, is the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat Ner Israel in Baltimore, Maryland, as well as Nasi of Yeshivat Be’er Hatorah in Jerusalem. He is a well-known Torah scholar, writer, editor, and lecturer. He is the author of several acclaimed works including The Juggler and the King.
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- A must read for "newly and 'oldly' wed"Young single men and women and married people as well will gain from Rabbi's Feldman work :in a very clear language, he explains what marriage is really about.I stress REALLY.This book can help young men newly wed or considering marriage,cast away the dreams and un realistic expectations they may have. Women can also benefit from this book.
- a must read for any one who is married (or thinkinI picked up this book in Israel 3 years ago and have since made all my married friends read this. It's spot on, it;s what no one told us guys before we got married (but should have). I have read most of the marriage books available in english and consider this the best.
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