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New Artscroll’s eBook: “Kindness” by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin

A kind person is a happier person — because the light and joy you bring to others radiates back to you. Kindness is one of the pillars of  Creation; the kind person is the agent of the Creator Himself. Kindness builds character and elevates the soul; it is a two-way street that leads to satisfaction and fulfillment.

This marvelous little handbook is the sequel to Rabbi Zelig Pliskin’s best-selling Happiness: formulas, stories, and insights. Indeed, the two go together beautifully, because one trait leads to the other. Kindness is a book that will have a profound impact on the reader — and his surroundings. Its short, readable, practical, down-to-earth chapters are a road map to personal enrichment and a guide in how to help others toward a happier life.

Rabbi Pliskin is a wise and understanding mentor to thousands, a gem of a person, and this is a gem of a book. Once you read it, you’ll want everyone you know to do the same. So sit back, turn the pages, open your mind and heart and let Kindness transform your life.

About the author

Zelig Pliskin is an Orthodox rabbi, writer, lecturer, and author of more than twenty books, including Guard Your tongueLove Thy NeighborGateway to Happiness, and Building Your Self-Image and the Self-Image of Others.

The focus of Pliskin’s teachings is helping people improve themselves and find happiness. He maintains that there are four basic aspects that make up who we are and who we are becoming:

  • state of mind
  • self image
  • personality traits
  • goals

Most important, Pliskin believes, is that we maintain a positive state of mind, allowing us “to be productive and reach our full potential, achieve our goals and bring out the best in others.” (read more)

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Self-Improvement
Released: September 08, 2010
PublisherArtScroll / Mesorah Publications
Price: $5.99 (buy eBook)

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