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In this book, Rabbi Arush talks about the importance of keeping the Brit, how to look healthily at our falls and how to rise from them with joy and faith, and most importantly- how not to give up.
This book tells the painful issue of keeping the Brit, the difficulties that accompany every single man today in this matter, and of course the most important part -gives plenty advices and solutions to those who have ever felt self-discouraged in this matter.
A wonderful book that contains simple and enlightening explanations for how to achieve a true marital peace, mutual respect, understanding and gratitude between a man and his wife. This book was born after many years of bringing peace between man and wife, and was created from these insights. At the end of the book are the explanations about the Mikve and family’s purity as well as prayers for building a strong and stable marital life.
In this book, Rabbi Arush talks about the importance of keeping the Brit, how keeping the Brit brings plenty of abundance into family life, how to look healthily at our falls and how to rise from them with joy and faith, and most importantly- not to give up.
Sometimes there is a perception that married people no longer have difficulties and challenges in maintaining the Brit, but this is not true at all!
This book tells the painful issue of keeping the Brit, the difficulties that accompany every married man today in this matter, how it affects marital life, and of course the most important part – plenty advices and solutions to those who have ever felt self-discouraged in this matter.
In this book, Rabbi Arush speaks about the many frustrations, the questions that arise, and the emotional and physical pain that sick people, their family members, and even the medical staff who deal with them undergo. This book teaches and encourages those concerned to believe and understand that everything is for the best, and teaches how to look and face difficulties in the eyes of faith.
This book is a direct continuation of Rabbi Arush’s previous book, “The Garden of Education,” in which Rabbi Arush gives practical tools to the various and surprising situations faced by parents of children in this age. The book contains 13 chapters of instruction, followed by a collection of prayers for the children’s success. This book is written in a form accessible to every parent, religious or not.
Designed for any woman, any age and any situation in life. The book tells the woman’s unique power, purpose in the world, her spirituality, and her unique ability to withstand the hardships of life
This book, written by Rabbi Shalom Arush, was written in order to help us parents deal with the most significant challenge in our lives – raising our children through the eyes of faith.
We have a great rule – whoever believes – prays. Talking to the Creator of the Universe. In this book Rabbi Shalom Arush talks about the importance of speaking with God, how to do it, and guidelines to improve the spiritual connection of each person with his creator.
This book explains the painful phenomenon in our generation – debts and economic distress. In this book we will find the spiritual root for this subject, what are the spiritual and physical damages from the subject of debts, an explanation of the sentence “a truely rich person is one who is happy with what he has”, and practical and reliable guidance on how to get out of debt.
Rabbi Shalom Arush’s book contains stories that testify to the power of gratitude and thanksgiving to God, and how unbelievable miracles and wonders happened to those who thanked God and received the suffering with love. This book goes hand in hand with Rabbi Arush’s book, Sha’arav Be’Toda, and in fact gives heartfelt encouragement to what is written in the book, “Sha’arav B’Toda”.
This book by Rabbi Shalom Arush tells how to strengthen our will, to “train” ourselves to want, and in the same way to discover forces to realize the things we want. A practical guide on how to discover your inner desire to serve God, how to activate that desire and achieve spiritual goals in your life, and thus realize your mission and reach spiritual heights (yes, even in our generation).