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THE SUN WILL SHINE AGAIN
Coping, persevering, and winning in troubled economic times
by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.

Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski offers us his wise advice in dealing with today’s troubled economic times. Rabbi Twerski draws upon the wisdom of Torah, his vast experience as both a psychiatrist and a rabbi, and his endless fund of true stories to offer us practical strategies to keep our marriages, our families, and our own sense of self worth intact in these tough economic times.

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JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM
The historic meeting of the Minchas Eluzar of Munkacs zt"l to the Saba Kadisha zt"l
by Rabbi Moshe Goldstein

Minchas Eluzar, the gaon and tzaddik Harav Chaim Eluzar Shapira, was one of the greatest Chassidic rebbes of pre-War Europe. The Saba Kadisha, the 120-year old Sephardic gaon and tzaddik Harav Shlomo Eliezer Elefandri was living in Jerusalem after a distinguished career in Turkey and Iraq. No two Torah giants could be more dissimilar. Yet they longed to meet.

In 1930, the meeting took place. For more than a week, the two great men met and spoke in an aura of holiness, affection, and respect. It was an awesome experience. Thanks to Rabbi Moshe Goldstein we have a contemporary account of the historic visit. Also includes a wealth of photos.

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