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NEW! Golden Apples: Reflections on the Parsha
The first volume of Rabbi Lopiansky’s teachings on Chumash to be brought to print, Golden Apples offers readers a new, exciting sense of discovery as they follow the author’s journey into the depths of Chazal. Readers of this inspiring sefer will certainly find new clarity and insight into the familiar parshios of Bereishis, where profound messages, as well as practical lessons for a life of spiritual vitality and purpose, are revealed.
Orchos Chaim: Ben Torah For Life
This is one of the most difficult transitions a Ben Torah ever will make. It calls his entire identity and purpose into question. And yet little time is devoted to preparing for this transition in the years during which all energy is focused on Torah learning. Some get lost, and some feel misled; most are confused about how to proceed with their self-esteem and values intact.
Rabbi Aaron Lopiansky has written a book that will serve as a guiding light to the many young men who are making this transition. He puts the Jew’s ever-evolving life mission into clear perspective, helping readers plot a path of growth and elevation that will sustain them for the decades to come. He helps them cull the everlasting lessons they will take with them from their yeshiva years and ensure that these lessons translate cogently into their lives in business or a profession. This book is a groundbreaking addition to any Torah library and a lifeline for any young man taking his first tenuous steps outside the protective walls of yeshiva.
Time Pieces: Reflections on the Jewish Year
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Tefillah Le'Moshe - 2 Volume Set
Siddur Aliyos Eliyahu w/ Masores Hatefilla
Yesodei Hatorah 2 Volume Set
Maharal Hagaddah Shel Pesach
Maharal on Masechtas Brachos
Maharal's Gevuros Hashem - Includes Additional Manuscripts
The Maharal's Gevuros Hashem, including the section on Hagaddah, from a manuscript. There are many changes from the standard edition, and includes many pieces not published in any of his other sforim. The sefer is softcover, with clear delineation of the pieces not found in our edition.