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“Let’s begin from the beginning. We’re going to be talking about the letters and their meanings, their shapes, their numerical values… it’s going to get deep. And you will in fact see that the very alphabet of this Divine language can teach us some very profound truths about Judaism, about life, and about the universe. Ready?”

Thus begins a journey between two travelers on their way to a grand destination. Won’t you come along?

 

I found the work extremely interesting… The breadth and depth of the presentation is truly impressive.

Rabbi Zev Leff, Rav of Moshav Mattisyahu

 

We are indebted to the author for making this material so accessible. It is as entertaining as it is amazing.

Rabbi Leib Kelemen, author, Permission to Believe and Permission to Receive

 

It is the rare sefer that is truly unique, that provides Torah you won’t find…in some other sefer. This extraordinary book is one of those rare sefarim. You won’t find the breathtaking Torah in this beautiful work in any other book in your library.

Rabbi Avraham Peretz Friedman, author, Setting a Table for Two and Marital Intimacy

 

A fascinating work that, I am sure, will open its readers’ minds to the depth and beauty of the Torah and of the Hebrew language.

Rabbi Mordechai Becher, author, Gateway to Judaism

 

Rabbi Raffi Bilek studied in Israel under Rav Beryl Gershenfeld, and has smicha from Rav Zalman Nechemia Goldberg Z”TL and Rav Noach Weinberg Z”TL.

He currently works in Baltimore as the director of the Baltimore Therapy Center, the Montgomery County Abuse Intervention Program, and K’nafayim, a non-profit family services organization for the frum community. He has previously published several children’s books addressing middos and social issues, writes online about marriage and relationships, and loves playing Scrabble.

ISBN 9781952370786
Author Rabbi Raffi Bilek
Number of pages 194

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 in
ISBN

9781952370786

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