Maharal on Shabbos

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Shabbos Insights of the Maharal on Zemiros and Birkas HaMazon” by Rabbi Eliyahu Yaakov

Inspirational Torah thoughts by the Maharal on the Shabbat  Birkon.  A must-have for anyone looking to make their  Shabbat meal experience more  meaningful.  A masterful commentary accompanied by a beautiful original translation. Enlightening and inspiring, this is one-of-a-kind that offers an elevating glimpse of the levels you can reach on each and every Shabbos.

The Maharal teaches that Shabbos can bring mankind, and the Jewish people, to the pinnacle of perfection. Yet how many of us can attest to this experience on a weekly basis?

For many of us seems to have been reduced to part of the weekly routine; its spirit and meaning left far behind. We tend to find ourselves in a similar situation when trying to decipher difficult sayings of the Sages. How often do we simply skip over such concepts and sections with the assumption that we’ll just never understand them?

The Maharal of Prague, Rabbi Yehudah Loew, enlightens us on both accounts.

One of the Maharal’s eternal achievements for the Jewish people is in his bringing abstract concepts down to earth; his serving as a bridge between our limited understanding and the wisdom of the Sages, and enabling us to grasp, to some extent, their deeper messages.

In Shabbos Insights of the Maharal, Rabbi Eliyahu Yaakov succeeds in compiling, translating, and applying assorted teachings of the Maharal to the Shabbos bencher, along with the addition of Rabbi Avraham Sutton’s masterful translation of the bencher text.

By using the Maharal’s teachings as a vehicle to deepen our weekly Shabbos experience, Shabbos Insights Of The Maharal elevates the reader’s Shabbos experience, as the Shabbos zemiros and Birkas HaMazon are illuminated and explained.

Shabbos Insights of the Maharal on Zemiros and Birkas HaMazonby Rabbi Eliyahu Yaakov is available at Jewish e-Books

Format: e-book (PDF)
File size: 960.56 KB
Publisher: Targum Press
Pages in printed book: 219
ISBN of printed book: 978-1-568-71-480-6
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