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What is real “regret” and “commitment to the future”?

How does one doteshuvah for all different kinds of wrongdoings?

How does one do teshuvah out of love for Hashem?

What are the things that prevent a person from doingteshuvah ?

How does a person ensure that his teshuvah on Yom Kippur is rock-solid?

In the ten chapters of Hilchos Teshuvah, the Rambam elaborates on the proper steps of teshuvah as well as many other important concepts that are crucial to a successful teshuvah . Culled from varied sources that shed light on the Rambam’s timeless words, Knocking on the Gates of Teshuvah brings those concepts to life with real-life scenarios and relevant strategies for achieving a lasting teshuvah .

 

“Written with immense clarity and insight that will benefit the beginner and the advanced Torah scholar alike. A valuable addition to our preparations for the Yamim Nora’im.”

Rav Shraga Feivel Zimmerman

 

“Very informative, interesting, and enlightening.”

Rav Zev Leff

 

“Fascinating insights into the mechanisms of teshuvah . Clearly written and an important contribution.”

Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz

 

Rabbi A. Levin was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, and studied in Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore under Rabbi Yaakov Weinberg, zt”l. He also learned in Yeshivas Heichal HaTorah under Rabbi Tzvi Kushelevsky, as well as in Yeshivas Mir Yerushalayim. He received semichah in 2002 and moved with his family to join Kollel Beis HaTalmud in Australia, where he learned for seven years. Rabbi Levin took up his current teaching position in 2009 in Yeshivas Yesodei HaTorah, where he is known as a warm and dedicated rebbi to his talmidim. He is recognized as a talented lecturer in the community, giving shiurim and talks in various Melbourne institutions, and serves as Rosh Beis HaMedrash in Kehillas Shaarei Tefillah. Rabbi Levin is a prominent contributor to several Torah publications and educational forums. In 2012, he won an award from the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation for his curriculum on teaching mitzvos bein adam l’chaveiro. His previous three books, Haggadah for the Curious volumes 1, 2, and 3, were published by Mosaica Press. This is his fourth book.

ISBN 9781957579214
Author Rabbi A. Levin
Number of pages 231
Binding type Hard Cover

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Weight2 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 in
ISBN

9781957579214

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