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|Author||: Elissa Strauss,Gabrielle Birkner,Kveller|
The Passover seder shouldn't feel like a long to-do list -- it's an adventure! From the Jewish parenting site Kveller.com comes "The Kveller Haggadah," designed to guide families through an epic journey from slavery to freedom, and to promote curiosity, even when there are no easy answers. This haggadah is both rich and accessible, kid-friendly without overlooking the dramatic tensions at the center of the Passover story. Woven through the Exodus story is an exploration of memory: how memories are made, how they're kept, and how they connect us to one another. This beautiful and colorful text includes commentaries from Ruby Namdar, Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg, Rabbi Sari Laufer, Rabbi Shais Rishon and Rabbi Ruti Regan. It also features insights from renowned memory researchers, who help us understand how memory works and the connections between memory and food (after all, the seder plate is full of "memory foods"). The "Kveller Haggadah" is your guide to a meaningful, inspiring, quirky seder that will engage guests of all ages. For more information, visit www.kveller.com/haggadah
|Author||: Tzvi Freeman,Rabi Menachem M. Schneerson|
|Editor||: Ezra Press|
In Bringing Heaven Down To Earth, Tzvi Freeman explored an original means to deliver the wisdom of a great sage of our times, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, known universally as simply "the Rebbe." Using pithy yet highly readable, brief meditations, that book unveiled for us a deeper meaning to life and provided practical guidance to weather its waves and storms. It is a book that changed tens of thousands of lives. Now, in Wisdom to Heal the Earth, Freeman continues with that winning format, this time along with complementary brief essays. But now he takes us yet further, peering toward the Rebbe's vision of a world towards which all humanity is headed, and demonstrating how the details of our everyday lives are vital, crucial, and today especially urgent in reaching that grand and ultimate destiny. In Jewish parlance we call this Tikun Olam"€"the notion that we all enter this world with a mission to accomplish: to repair and perfect our assigned share of the world, so that it can become the world its Creator meant it to be.
|Author||: Lauren Royal,Ken Royal|
|Editor||: Novelty Publishing|
A Haggadah you can read from cover to cover. No decisions! No skipping! No guilt! A Haggadah long enough to cover everything, yet short enough to conquer boredom. A Haggadah that's easy to follow, even for those who have never led or attended a Seder before. A Haggadah that encourages everyone to participate, without any confusion as to who says what. A Haggadah that celebrates freedom. A Haggadah that highlights traditional Jewish values alongside modern American ideals. A Haggadah that explains everything! Updated: Now with Hebrew characters and right-to-left printing! Please note: this e-book version is for those participants who prefer to read on their Android smartphones or tablets. Paperback copies and other digital formats are also available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks, and Kobo.
|Author||: Jonathan Sacks|
|Editor||: Burns & Oates|
The seder service on Pesach is the oldest surviving ritual in the Western world, dating back some 3,300 years.Through the Haggadah more than a hundred generations of Jews have handed on their story to their children.Few texts have received more attention than the Haggadah. There are thousands of commentaries, and more are published each year. Anyone who contemplates adding to this number must ask not Why is this night different? But Why is this edition different? My answer is that I wrote this commentary because, amongst all the many I have read, I could not find one that explained in their full richness and scope the fundamental themes of the Pesach story: the Jewish concept of a free society, the role of memory in shaping Jewish identity, and the unique connection that exists in Judaism between spirituality and society, giving rise to what I have called elsewhere the politics of hope. Nor could I find a Haggada that told me in detail about the role of Pesach in shaping Jewish identity through the millennia, or its influence on Western thought as a whole.
|Author||: Yosef Dov Sheynzon,Saul Touster,Miklós Adler|
|Editor||: Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society|
"The heart of A Survivor's Haggadah is the work of one dedicated man who survived four years in concentration camps: Lithuanian teacher and writer Yosef Dov Sheinson. He not only wrote the text but also designed and decorated the pages and selected powerful woodcuts crafted by another survivor, Hungarian artist Miklos Adler.
|Editor||: KOL MENACHEM|
The Gutnick Chumash has gained wide acclaim as one of the favorite Chumashim available today. It incorporates a flowing English translation of the Torah which is loyal to Rashi. The 'Classic questions' are drawn from a range of commentators, Midrash and Talmud, which are then ingeniously brought together in the Toras Menachem commentary. It is the first Chumash to include a commentary anthologized from the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The Chumash also boasts a large sampling of inspirational Chasidic thoughts and insights into the Parsha, as well as practical lessons for our daily lives. The diagrams, charts, and illustrations all add to make this the perfect Chumash for layman or scholar. Beautifully bound in a hand-tooled leather style cover, both inside and outside are sure to impress.
|Author||: Rabbi Hanoch Hecht|
|Editor||: Monkfish Book Publishing|
Inspiring, mystical, and often surprising Chassidic tales combine with teachings and favorite Jewish recipes to nourish body and soul. Stories and food have always been central to Jewish life, and in this book, they are uniquely tied together. Thirty-nine Chassidic tales, revolving around food and eating and accompanied by spiritual teachings, delve into the mysteries of the Kabbalah, the joy of the Chassidim, and the power of religious faith and acts of kindness (mitzvot). Sixty-three recipes highlight Kosher cooking and the special foods traditionally prepared for Shabbat and the major Jewish holidays, including such favorites as knishes, latkes, gefilte fish, brisket, kugel, bagels, and challah bread. Many of the recipes are suitable for children to learn to cook.
|Author||: Shlomo Levin|
The Human Rights Haggadah helps you use the seder to discuss and learn about human rights. The Haggadah contains: - From the Rabbis boxes, which illustrate how human rights ideas are discussed by the rabbis. - From the Universal Declaration of Human Rights boxes, which explain what human rights laws are today. - Dialogue boxes, which outline the reasoning behind these various viewpoints for you to explore at the seder. The Passover story touches on every aspect of human rights, from the bitter oppression of slavery to the moral dilemmas that arise when fighting for even a cause as justified as freedom. This Haggadah makes Passover relevant to the most pressing political and religious dilemmas we face today.
|Author||: Moshe Bogomilsky|
|Editor||: Merkos Linyonei Chinuch|
A compilation of selected Torah insights, thought-provoking ideas, homilies and explanations on Shavuot. The question and answer format of the Vedibarta Bam series makes it ideal for both students and teachers.
|Author||: Arthur Szyk|
Arthur Szyk (pronounced “Shick”) created his magnificent Haggadah in !--?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /--Lodz, on the eve of the Nazi occupation of his native Poland. There is no Haggadah like it, before or since, filled with sumptuous paintings of Jewish heroes and stunning calligraphy.!--?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /-- This edition, the first since 1940 to be reproduced from Szyk’s original art, boasts a newly commissioned and extremely practical English text by Rabbi Byron L. Sherwin, ideal for use at any family Seder, and a special commentary section by Rabbi Sherwin and Irvin Ungar gives insight into both the rituals of the Seder and Szyk’s rich illustrations. The Szyk Haggadah will transform the Seder, bringing the story of the Exodus from Egypt into a more contemporary light.
|Author||: Noam Zion,David Dishon|
|Editor||: Haggadaus R Us|
|Author||: J Hershy Worch|
Virtually every Jewish man, woman and child knows what Passover is and has participated at a Seder using the Passover Haggadah. It is the most beloved and universally popular Jewish book. The Haggadah has been published and printed in hundreds if not thousands of versions, and despite the fact that people have been adapting this ancient text and amending the ritual to reflect the consciousness of modernity, it remains remarkably impervious to changes in fashion.Part of the reason for its endurance is the fact that it is a very precisely worded and profoundly mystical text of fabulous complexity and brilliance. It should come as no surprise that all the characters mentioned by name in the Haggadah, R. Akiba, R. Yosi Haglili and R. Yehuda, were known to be active in the mystical arts in first and second century Palestine. Some, like R. Eliezer the Great and R. Akiba were leaders of their esoteric schools and authored Kabbalistic texts of their own.For the first time, the English reader is invited to join a Seder with some of the protagonists of those discussions, to make the personal journey out of slavery, to prepare for personal Giluy Shechinah - Divine Revelation.The Kabbalist Haggadah gives the reader a compelling reason and a marvelous tool for revisiting the original Haggadah. Every line of text and every detail of the ritual is given its basic Kabbalistic description and appropriate Kavanah - Intention. Besides providing a wealth of information to the would-be Kabbalist, a how-to manual of the Mystical Seder, Rabbi J. Hershy Worch takes the reader into the rarified world of Practical Kabbalah where every thought is mirrored and every act brings a response: As below so above - as above so below.The subtext of the Haggadah is the primal trauma, Adam and Eve eating from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, resulting in the loss of intimacy, referred to in the Kabbalah as the Exile of Da'at - Knowing. Slavery is undoubtedly the most prevalent and ancient of human sicknesses. Compulsive behaviors and what are commonly considered `addictions', all the modern barriers to intimacy, are merely the current forms of Egyptian Exile. The Haggadah is an ancient Self-help book, because that's what Kabbalah is all about.
|Author||: Benjamin Epstein|
|Editor||: Urim Publications|
In our frantic, fast paced society, we need constant guidance to remind us that we can only find the peace of mind we sorely lack by looking inward. Judaism, like many other spiritual traditions, offers a unique path to cultivating fulfillment and presence of mind. In cultivating peace of mind, we do not aim to achieve transcendence. Rather, our goal is to enter fully into whatever is occurring in our lives and meet it with full presence. But being a better Jew and a happier person are not mutually exclusive. On the contrary, they are mutually interdependent. From the moment we wake to the moment we fall asleep, biblical commandments provide us with guidelines that encourage us to be aware of the present moment. A Guide to Jewish Mindfulness provides concise and clear instructions on how to cultivate peace of mind in order to attain a life of greater commitment and inspiration for the present moment.
|Author||: Rabbi Mendel Kalmenson|
|Editor||: Ezra Press|
Through a mix of nature, nurture, social conditioning and free will, we each possess a personalized lens that frames, forms, clouds and distorts the way we see ourselves and the world around us. In order to live in the most meaningful and effective way possible, each of us needs to continually assess and adjust the default frames we have developed.In Positivity Bias, we learn that life is essentially good; that positive perception is applicable and accessible to all; that it derives from objective, rational insight, not subjective, wishful imagination, and that positive living is a matter of choice, not circumstance.An inspiring and life-enriching tapestry woven from hundreds of stories, letter, anecdotes, and vignettes - Positivity Bias highlights how the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, considered the most influential rabbi in modern history, taught us to see ourselves, others, and the world around us.
|Author||: Jacob Immanuel Schochet,Menachem Mendel Schneerson|
|Editor||: Merkos Linyonei Chinuch|
A renowned scholar and theologian presents inspiring and articulate observations on the ultimate purpose of G-d's creation - the redemption by our righteous Moshiach. Based on the talks and writings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, these concise adaptations are arranged according to the weekly and holiday Torah portions. This volume unites these cogent insights with the well-known Chasidic adage, "one must live with the times," that is, take guidance from the appropriate Torah reading.
|Author||: Ccar Press,Herbert Bronstein|
|Editor||: Central Conference of American Rabbis|
This revolutionary Haggadah is written in gender-inclusive contemporary language and has sold over 900,000 copies since its introduction.