Publisher: Kehot Publication Society
Translated by: R. Moshe Maryenovski
Format: 6" x 9", Hardcover, 350 pages
Introducing the fourth volume of Igrot Kodesh - translated into Hebrew. Rendering the Lubavitcher Rebbe's early letters from their idiomatic and nuanced Yiddish to the more pragmatic Hebrew was no easy task, but the editors have succeeded admirably.
Turn back the years to 1941 as the Rebbe lays the foundation for Chabad-Lubavitch life as we know it: the definition of a Tamim, the importance of tefillin, growing a beard, giving coins to charity before Shabbat. Gain inspiration and guidance for your daily life, in Hebrew - at last.
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