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Garden of Emunah: A Practical Guide to Life

Emunah, loosely translated from Hebrew, means faith and Rabbi Arush explains in his book the Garden of Emuna how faith is the key to all of lifes riddles.

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Garden of Emunah: A Practical Guide to Life - by Rabbi Shalom Arush

Garden of Emunah: A Practical Guide to Life,
by Rabbi Shalom Arush

Emunah, loosely translated from Hebrew, means faith and Rabbi Arush explains in his book the Garden of Emuna how faith is the key to all of lifes riddles.

In this one of a kind book, Rabbi Arush answers questions like “Why am I poor and my neighbour rich,” “why is someone nice and sick and another evil and well.” These are questions that everyone asks themselves. The Garden of Emuna gives you an answer to these questions and it also explains more about who you are and why you are here.

You don’t have to be religious to read the Garden of Emuna. You also don’t have to be Jewish. This is a bood for anyone looking to find the meaning of life’s ups and downs. It is also an amazing tool for self-help.

If you haven’t read the Garden of Emuna yet you should hurry to do so. You can learn more about this book and about Rabbi Arush’s teachings through Rabbi Lazer Brody, http://www.lazerbrody.typepad.com/

Rabbi Brody translated the Garden of Emuna and he runs a blog where you can see English speaking lessons of the teachings of Rabbi Arush.


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