New Release! The Parshah and YOU

L760Once there was a family. The husband and wife did not get along. The children were wild and misbehaved. Tension, resentment, and unhappiness hung over their Shabbos table like a black cloud.

Then the family found The Parshah and You. They began reading and learning from the book each Shabbos. Now the family is an entirely different one. The parents have wonderful shalom bayis; the children obey their parents and behave beautifully. And they all lived happily ever after…

Too good to be true? Yes, you’re right, of course. If only life were that magical and simple… But there is definitely an element of validity to this little story, and that is the fact that Rabbi Chaim Morgenstern’s book, The Parshah and You, contains priceless lessons on interpersonal relationships,shalom bayis, and chinuch—and reading and internalizing these lessons is a good way to start mending any rocky relationship. It’s also a great way to enhance an already wonderful relationship—so no matter where you stand, you have what to gain from this book!

As the book is based on the parshah, and the warm advice, stories, and divrei Torah are broken down into small increments, the material is easy to read and easy to digest. You don’t feel like you’re sitting in on a boring lecture or anything like that; to the contrary, you can’t help but be moved and inspired by Rabbi Morgenstern’s eloquent writing and the way he delivers a message.

This is a book that will be a treasured addition to every family’s Shabbos table. It belongs there, right alongside the Shabbos candles and Shabbos food.

Buy it for your family…and for yourself.

Click here to purchase online.

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