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Food For Thought 2: More stories that tantalize your spiritual taste buds

Food For Thought 2: More stories that tantalize your spiritual taste buds

Stories to enjoy.

Why did the Chafetz Chaim repeatedly make a “mistake” in counting?

Stories to relish.

Why did the Vizhnitzer Rebbe ask to be mesader kiddushin at a wedding?

Stories to savor.

What was the amazing connection between the patient’s tallis and tefillin – and the blood transfusion he needed so badly?

Thousands of readers enjoyed the first volume of Food for Thought. Here is a new collection of fabulous stories, many with surprise endings, some about renowned Torah personalities, others about “people just like us.” These 400-plus “bite-size” stories offer us unusual perspectives on the topics that reflect our lives and concerns: Torah learning, emunah, hashgachah, education, ethics and so many more. Rabbi Yitzchok Hisiger‘s stories are like delicate, fine miniatures – small and so beautifully crafted. But while chocolate and cake miniatures turn into unwanted calories, these true stories turn into inspiration, insight, and delicious food for thought!

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