With the arrival of Elul, you can sense the feeling of teshuvah in the air. Everyone, it seems, is looking for another zechus, another kabbalah to take on. Who doesn’t need extra zechusim at this awesome and frightening time of year?
Being that we know how stringent sins between man and his fellow are in the Eyes of Hashem, what could be a better kabbalah to take on ourselves now than to work on mitzvos bein adam l’chaveiro? Of course, you can’t exactly work on a mitzvah if you don’t know the halachos governing that mitzvah. That is where The Code of Jewish Conduct steps in.
The Code of Jewish Conduct is unique in that it is an exhaustive halachic work, providing all the halachos relevant to over fifty mitzvos bein adam l’chaveiro, written in a clear and easy-to-understand format that includes loads of illustrative stories and examples. As the many intricate halachos are divided up neatly among the days of the week, readers are given the opportunity to delve into, digest, and fully comprehend each halachah, before going on to the next one.
The Code of Jewish Conduct is an adapted translation of Sefer Mishpetei Hashalom, which is a bestseller in Eretz Yisrael. Tens of thousands of copies of it have been sold in just two years. The new calendar for the daily learning of The Code of Jewish Conduct starts again on the first of Elul—which, this year, is on Wednesday, August 11. So what are you waiting for? Join the many satisfied readers of this popular sefer and see for yourself all the good it will bring into your life—this Elul, and beyond!