Judaism Alive: Using the Torah to Unlock Your Life's Potential

Autor Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 15 sep 2015
Have you ever felt that you are just not living up to your potential? That you could be getting more out of life? In this introspective guide, Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn taps into the wisdom of the wisest of men Abraham, Joseph, and Moses to reveal ancient secrets of productivity and success. Along with passages from the Torah and quotes from noted Jewish scholars and leaders, Rabbi Einhorn incorporates thoughts and experiences from popular culture by citing the likes of the rock group Queen, Muhammad Ali, and inspirational speaker and author Tony Robbins, among countless others. With a wit and charm honed from his varied experiences as a rabbi, lecturer, and teacher, Rabbi Einhorn melds the ancient Jewish sources with the best of modernity to guide readers to a better, more fulfilled life. Discover a vibrant and spiritual way of life a Judaism Alive!
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ISBN-13: 9789652296528
ISBN-10: 965229652X
Pagini: 224
Dimensiuni: 170 x 240 x 13 mm
Greutate: 0.34 kg
Editura: Gefen Publishing House
Colecția Gefen Publishing House (IS)


Judaism Alive, written by Shlomo Einhorn, an Orthodox Jewish rabbi, is a self-help book guided by the personal qualities of three biblical heavyweights, Abraham, Joseph, and Moses: Abraham representing courage, Joseph portraying patience and success, and Moses depicting humility and strength of character. Einhorn provides an opportunity for the reader to implement the understandings gained from each chapter In Judaism Alive, Einhorn masterfully blends rich and entertaining stories, aphorisms, and anecdotes from the Torah, Midrash, Hasidic masters, as well as from contemporary writers, poets, and lyricists into a well-crafted book, pointing the reader toward meaningful life lessons to be gleaned from the Hebrew Bible. - Fred Reiss, Ed.D.

Notă biografică

Rabbi Shlomo Einhorn has his rabbinic ordination and a master's in education from Yeshiva University. He started out as a rabbinic intern at Manhattan's legendary Lincoln Square Synagogue. In 2005 he became the head rabbi of New York's West Side Institutional Synagogue. Seven years later this once-empty shul was drawing over 400 people each week and had increased synagogue membership by 70 percent. Rabbi Einhorn's out-of-the-box work was so successful that in 2010 the Orthodox Union gave him his own think tank to craft programming for other synagogues across America. Want to grow your membership? Run a successful Chanukah event? Spice up your shul's Shabbat? Einhorn has a program for that. In 2012, Einhorn moved back to his hometown of Los Angeles to serve as dean and rabbi of Yavneh Hebrew Academy.