Living a Joyous Life: The True Spirit of Jewish Practice

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Living a Joyous Life: The True Spirit of Jewish Practice

Living a Joyous Life The True Spirit of Jewish Practice Secular and religious Jews alike will find wisdom and inspiration in this new book in which Rabbi David Aaron reveals the joy that living a Jewish life can bring With his characteristic humor enthusi

  • Title: Living a Joyous Life: The True Spirit of Jewish Practice
  • Author: David Aaron
  • ISBN: 9781590303955
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Secular and religious Jews alike will find wisdom and inspiration in this new book in which Rabbi David Aaron reveals the joy that living a Jewish life can bring With his characteristic humor, enthusiasm, and insight, Rabbi Aaron looks at key, and often misunderstood, aspects of Jewish practice our relationship with God, Torah study, prayer, living the commandments, celebSecular and religious Jews alike will find wisdom and inspiration in this new book in which Rabbi David Aaron reveals the joy that living a Jewish life can bring With his characteristic humor, enthusiasm, and insight, Rabbi Aaron looks at key, and often misunderstood, aspects of Jewish practice our relationship with God, Torah study, prayer, living the commandments, celebrating the Sabbath, and keeping kosher and shows us how they enable us to access and express the godliness within us Celebrating Shabbat, for example, reminds us that we are created in the image of God, empowered with free choice and intention studying the Torah releases our chen, or inner beauty and grace and observing kosher laws helps keep us in touch with our human sensitivity Rabbi Aaron clarifies why many Jews today feel disconnected from their heritage He invites readers who have lost touch with their Jewish roots to unpack their spiritual baggage and discover the true spirit of Judaism.Rabbi Aaron is one of the most dynamic and accessible teachers of Kabbalah and Jewish wisdom today, and this book is a warm invitation to anyone struggling to find fresh meaning in Jewish practice To learn about the author, Rabbi David Aaron, visit his website at a href rabbidavidaaron target _blank title rabbidavidaaron.

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    One thought on “Living a Joyous Life: The True Spirit of Jewish Practice

    1. Michael Lewyn on said:

      This book felt like two books: the first half is more about God, and the second more about following the Torah. The first half is about why God is not the God that an alienated secularist might revolt against- not an imaginary vengeful old man, but "the timeless ultimate reality." Aaron writes that life without religion is like color-blindness, and that Judaism "offers a way to see deeper purples and brighter yellows."The second half, basically explaining why readers should follow the Torah, str [...]

    2. Denise on said:

      Written in a story form, it explains what life is like living a Jewish life & traditions. I can appreciate their traditions, the importance keeping the name of our Lord divine and why sabbath keeping is so sacred. Rabbi David Aaron defines who is G-O-D, Torah, prayer, Shabbat and our beliefs; what's it in for us?

    3. Jessica on said:

      Short, easy to read book that gives a good foundation for traditional Jewish practice, basically focusing on positive psychology.

    4. Jenna on said:

      Very interesting interpretations of what G-d wants from us, on keeping kosher, etc. I enjoyed it, but it's not a sit down and read kind of book. Best in small doses (chapters).

    5. samuel stolper on said:

      Decent points, but in the greater scheme of Orthodox Judaism it seems like an attempt to mask the not-so-joyous aspects of fundamentalism.

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