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This inspiring collection of stories, compiled by the well-known author, editor and anthologist Rabbi Dov Peretz Elkins, encourages readers to reflect on the wonder, meaning and purpose of life by tapping into the core values, ethics, beliefs, history and emotions of life from a Jewish perspective. Chapters tell about:?Simple Goodness?Hope and Endurance?Continuity and Tradition?Lessons Learned?Light Out of the Holocaust?Great Escapes?Words of the Wise?Providence?IsraelPersonal and profound, this is a book that will send a chill up the spine, bring a tear to the eye, and warm the heart?collected by the co-editor of the New York Times best-selling Chicken Soup for the Jewish Soul.
Presents six stories about angels that exist between Earth and heaven and the various stages they must go through to make it past Raziel, the angel who sits outside the Holy Curtain to hear secrets from all those who wish to enter.
Storytelling is a major component of Jewish tradition and this book honors that heritage with stories that celebrate the joys, sorrows and challenges of being Jewish. Some stories are timely and others are timeless, yet all are filled with heart-and, of course, love.
Rediscover the power of inspiration with timeless stories about the everyday miracles that illuminate the best of the human spirit. Whether you're discovering Chicken Soup for the first time or are a long time fan, this volume will inspire you to be a better person, reach for your highest potential, share your love and embrace the world around you.
"Throughout, emphasis is placed on the power of these stories as a source of literature rich in universal themes: ethical dilemmas, decision-making, rites of passage, and emotional growth. Some of the best-known authors of children's literature are covered. Drawing on connections to familiar fairy tales, folklore, and mythology, especially through the work of Joseph Campbell and Bruno Bettelheim, Hara and Diane Person show how Bible stories offer children important models of the journey from childhood to adulthood, from dependence to independence. We see how these timeless stories retold allow children to imagine the possibility of becoming the heroes of their own lives."--BOOK JACKET.
This is the story of a unique and crucial chapter of Jewish history that has until now been kept in the closet. This book is an attempt to shed light on Peter Bergson as a man of courage and vision who stood against the tide of passivity at the most desperate moment in Jewish history in two thousand years.
Valley of Heaven and Earth is woven from strands of remembrance, intertwined with perspective and reflection. Jayson Mayer, the principal character, was raised in one of the most magnificent natural environments in the world, on the southern tip of Africa. The fishing village of Hermanus was populated by a diverse cast of locals including a community of several Jewish families who retained religion, tradition and identity in a society fraught with ethnic division and racism. After several decades spent living abroad, he revisits the landscape of his youth. With his irrepressible humour, Jonathan Zausmer reveals the drama, bliss and torment of childhood in this compelling work of autofiction.

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