A guide to Jewish living, this book is the starting point to increase your level of Jewish commitment, but don't know where to begin. From lighting candles on Shabbat to spending a night in a homeless shelter, this book identifies hundreds of opportunities to transform daily living into Jewish living.
Each chapter presents a mitzvah, explains its significance, and then lists concrete ways of putting the mitzvah into practice. A step-by-step approach enables one to grow at his or her own rate. Covering ritual, ethical, and social justice mitzvot, the book offers simple steps on how to incorporate the richness of Jewish values and traditions and the holiness of G-d's commandments into one's daily life.
- By Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson
- (256 Pages)Publisher: Behrman House, 1995