Title: Emanations Author: Rabbi Ari D. Kahn Publisher: Targum/Feldheim 2002, New York
Rabbi Ari D. Kahn is a popular lecturer at Aish HaTorah and the Director of the Overseas Student programs at Bar Ilan University in Israel. His latest work, “Emanations,” is an engrossing and enlightening book on the Jewish holidays. The book highlights the unique spirituality which allows us to elevate ourselves and gain a deeper understanding into the distinctive nature of each holiday.
An in-depth examination of the Torah reading for each Yom Tov provides an invaluable tool to gain the spiritual insight that transforms each holiday into a holy day. In his essays, Rabbi Kahn utilizes a wide range of classical and modern sources, and shares his insights and interpretations to help the reader experience and appreciate the holidays in a more profound manner.
There are many who, year after year, take the Jewish holidays for granted, going through the rituals almost by rote. “Emanations” will help restore the awe and magic of each particular Yom Tov, enhancing our appreciation of our unique G-d-given celebrations.
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