It would be hard to put into words the suffering the Jewish people have
experienced during this terrible exile without repeating clichés like “rivers of
tears” or “seas of blood”
Building Tomorrow recalls the words of the Jerusalem Talmud that if you live
in a generation that did not see the Temple rebuilt, it is because you and your
generation are behaving toward one another in precisely the same way as the
generation that caused its destruction.
This book offers practical advice on how to combat the scourge of Sinas
Chinam. It also offers practical advice on interpersonal relationships and how to
make them work.
In addition, Building Tomorrow contains new translations of two essential
works that address this topic, the Chafetz Chaim’s Ahavas Yisrael and the first
chapter of Rav Moshe Cordovero’s Tomer Devorah.
Building Tomorrow is an important tool for any Jew who is committed to
playing his or her part to building a tomorrow where the curse of sinas
chinam is gone for good and the Third Temple returns forever to stand shining
in Yerushalayim, Hashem’s golden city.
Rabbi Y Y Rubinstein has thrilled audiences from Jerusalem to Manchester and Johannesburg to Los Angeles. There are two reasons for his success. One is a mastery of sources in Jewish philosophy and his understanding of contemporary events. The other is his unique delivery…If you have the opportunity to benefit from his wisdom…do not miss it!Rabbi Professor Dovid Gottlieb
Despite our often-troubled history, Jews have always found plenty of
opportunities for laughter.
In Jewish Life and Jewish Laughter, by popular author and speaker Rabbi YY
Rubinstein, we will travel along the paths a Jewish life takes, from cradle to
grave. We will discover what the Torah has to tell us about those journeys and
how to overcome the challenges we find there.
And each chapter is accompanied by the essential companion of every Jewish
life: Jewish laughter.
“When I thought Hashem had lost interest in me, He was, in fact, watching over me and taking care of me… I was reminded once again that even when we fear that Hashem has turned away from us, we are wrong…”
…For many, Chovos HaLevavos is a work learned in Yeshivah or Seminary and then put down for the foreseeable future. With its difficult language, the thousand-year-old text seems far removed from our twenty-first century lives. Yet Shaar HaBitachon is as relevant today as it was when it was first written.
In his approachable new translation and commentary, world-renowned author and lecturer Rabbi Yehudah Yonah Rubinstein opens our eyes to Rabbeinu Bachya’s classic presentation, rendering it readily accessible to our contemporary world.
With his engaging, personal tone, Rabbi Rubinstein offers insights into the words of our Gedolim and provides answers to the deepest questions a Jew has. This work is replete with timely stories and examples that reveal the enduring truths of our existence.
Receiving a difficult medical diagnosis can easily spell trauma, anguish, and hopelessness for a patient and his loved ones. Yet even amidst the dark skies of such a situation, Rabbi Y.Y. Rubinstein assures us that there is still hope! The Little Book for BIG Worries is a compact guide, which offers chizuk and calm to those who have heard worrying news about themselves or someone close to them. The book offers answers to the questions we all ask when bad news arrives. It shows readers how to find the right people who can help them, and how to avoid those who can’t. Additionally, it includes advice from renowned doctors, which can provide direction toward making the often-confusing world of medicine work with and for a patient.
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Our minds are filled with questions. Questions that hit home and hit hard. We want clarity, and we need answers. Rabbi Y.Y. Rubinstein, popular lecturer, columnist, and educator, is uniquely equipped to provide the wisdom, insight and inspiration that we crave. With his hallmark candor and compassion, he points us toward the derech, a pathway to meaningful Jewish living.
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Rabbi Yehudah Yonah Rubinstein, senior lecturer for Gateways, campus rabbi for over two thousand Jewish students, and rebbe in the Beis Yaakov girls’ school in Manchester, captivates audiences all around the world. Now, in his latest book, That’s Life!, Rabbi “YY” (as he is known) offers readers his fascinating collection of real-life stories and powerful Torah lessons to enlighten, entertain, and inspire. With his trademark wit, and a wellspring of wisdom from our Torah giants, the author takes us to every corner of the globe and shows us how – through our belief in Hashem, our fellow Jews, and ourselves – we can open new doors to spiritual and personal growth.
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We live in a difficult world where our children go astray. We live in a magical world where a Hassid can dance through his past and his future. We live in a marvelous world, where great rabbis share generously of their wisdom and average Jews (“there are no average Jews!”) reach the heights of compassion. A world of Torah, of insight, of humor and understanding – this is the world Rabbi Yehudah Yonah Rubinstein captures so beautifully in the forty-nine essays that make up Dancing Through Time. With warmth, grace, and wit, Rabbi Rubinstein, a world-renowned speaker and Torah educator, combines deep Torah insights with true stories and a keen vision of our often-puzzling world. Now readers can share the inspiration with this wonderful collection of essays, many of them appearing in print for the first time.
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