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Windows of the Soul

A Man's Practical Guide to Mastering His Eyes

by Rabbi Zvi Miller

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In a practical, lesson-a-day format, this unique guide assists men with the difficult task of mastering one's eyes in today's world. Complete with anecdotal journal entries and focus points for every day.

The compelling challenges that observant Jews face in the world make it absolutely important that they fortify their minds and souls with Torah instructions on these matters and apply it in their everyday lives. Windows of the Soul is extremely helpful in meeting this goal.

(From the Haskoma by Rav Yaakov Perlow Shlita, Novominsker Rebbe)


  • ITEM #: 5223
  • ISBN: 978-965-913551-6
  • Weight: 0.7100 lbs
  • Binding: Hard Cover / 174 pages
  • Published by: The Salant Foundation

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    • 2/27/11

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    • A viewer

    I just finished learning this very important sefer and I have found the ideas expressed to be very insightfull and helpfull. Rabbi Miller is indeed a true baal mussar and helps bring to light a very sensitive, hard, but most important topic. His writing is very down to earth and easily understandable. WHEN READING ONE DOESN'T FEEL UNDER ATTACK OR REBUKED RATHER ONE FEELS AS THOUGH BEING HELD CLOSE BY A DEAR FRIEND. It is a gaurantee that if one uses this as a guide and works hard he will see much hatzlacha. Wishing much luck to all who pursue working on improving themselves in this vital area.

  • WOW Such a great book!

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    • 2/27/11

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    • A viewer

    Love this book--Helped me so much--Everyone should have this book!

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