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  1. Shvach HaBris Shvach HaBris

    Shvach HaBris

    Laws and customs of Bris, Pidyon Haben, Upsherenish and Entry into Cheder. Includes the Maamar B`Etzem HaYom HaZeh and the Kabblah recited the night before the bris. Learn More
  2. Simchah - It's Not Just Happiness Simchah - It's Not Just Happiness

    Simchah - It's Not Just Happiness

    Simchah - It's Not Just Happiness Everyone wants to be happy, but is happiness enough? It's not. We go to simchas; we wish each other chag sameach; but do we really understand the profound meaning of living in a steady state of joy? How is simchah different from - and far superior to - the more fleeting and elusive emotion of happiness? How can one have simchah even during times of sadness and even mourning? How is simchah cultivated through our holiday celebrations, through such practical mitzvos as tefillin, mezuzah, the laws of family purity, and through such significant rites of passage as bris milah, pidyon haben, and more? In his refreshingly practical style, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski M.D. has produced an unparalleled work on simchah, the single character trait that may be the secret to success in all aspects of observance and learning. A fast read with a heavy emphasis on "how to," this is a Dr. Twerski book you'll be recommending to friends and family for years to come. Learn More
  3. The Simchah Handbook The Simchah Handbook

    The Simchah Handbook

    The Simchah Handbook Wedding, Sheva Brachos, Birth, Baby Naming, Bris, Pidyon Haben, Upsherin, Bar/Bas Mitzvah, Siyum, Hachnasas Sefer Torah, Chanukas Habayis Jewish life is replete with happy occasions, all replete with laws, customs and common practices. Frequently, however, a person celebrating one of these occasions may forget or simply be unaware of some of the practices and observance. Rabbi Dovid Weinberger, spiritual leader of Congregation Shaaray Tefila of Lawrence NY, has compiled a brief, practical convenient guide to the such important and meaningful celebrations as: births, baby naming, bris milah, pidyon haben, bar and bas mitzvah, weddings, sheva berachos, siyum, hachnasas Sefer Torah, and more. It also includes a selection of prayers and supplications for many of these events. Rabbi Weinberger's The Simchah Handbook provides a quick and easy reference that is sure to help everyone practice appropriate decorum and uncompromising halachic observance - all with maximum simchah. L'chaim! Learn More

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