Rabbi Feuer brings to life the words of the Iggeres HaRamban in a practical, day-by-day fashion
Wven though many of us have been on “summertime” for months already, the season still somehow brings along its own relaxed pace, and a bit more time and tranquility to linger with a good book. This season, we asked prominent readers the following: Is there a particular book that may not have been a best seller at the time, but has remained relevant and impactful to you over the years?
“When people ask me for reading material that I recommend, A Letter for the Ages (ArtScroll/Mesorah) always comes to mind. Rabbi Feuer brings to life the words of the Iggeres HaRamban in a practical, day-by-day fashion, using stories, advice and the teachings of Chazal. It’s not a heavy work, easy to read and it can have an immediate impact. It’s a slim volume that carries the seeds of a different kind of life. For me, it was a paradigm shift.”
—Rabbi Gavriel (Rav Gav) Friedman
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