Shabbos: Tasting Eternity

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Rabbi Daniel Travis

Every Jew who has ever experienced a real Shabbos knows that there is more to it than simply observing the basic rituals and laws. Rather, there is that special “Shabbos feeling”, a unique atmosphere that we strive to bring into our homes as the suns set on a Friday.

Baruch Hashem, we are living in a generation where Torah-learning is flourishing. There are many superb sefarim available in all languages detailing the halachos of the Torah and Rabbinic laws of Shabbos. But even after studying all of them and spending years doing one’s utmost to keep Shabbos scrupulously, a Jew could still miss out on the special “ambiance” of Shabbos.

Many of us have experienced a Shabbos where that atmosphere was lacking and we want to make sure that our homes are places where the true kedusha of Shabbos reigns.

Shabbos: Tasting Eternity is a handbook for enhancing your Shabbos atmosphere, based on sources from the Chumash, Talmud and great Rabbis throughout the ages. We believe it will be a valuable resource for the Jewish home.

Rabbi Binyomin Adler is originally from Chicago and now lives in Oak Park, Michigan with his wife and eight children. A graduate of Telshe Yeshiva, Chicago, Rabbi Adler later studied under the Gaon HaRav Tzvi Kushilevsky, Shlita, in Yerushalayim. Rabbi Adler studied in kollel in Mir, Yerushalayim, and taught in various Yeshivos for post-high-school students in Eretz Yisroel. In 1998 Rabbi Adler founded a yeshiva for post-high-school students in Yerushalayim. Upon returning to the United States in 2000, Rabbi Adler was involved in fund raising and in community development.

Rabbi Adler, now self-employed in the business of imprinted promotional products, currently offers one-on-one learning in Michigan, along with his well-attended Lunch and learns preceding the Yomim Tovim.

Currently Rabbi Alder is writing a Sefer on Perek Chelek, the last Perek of Sanhedrin that deals mainly with Agadata. To date Rabbi Adler has published a Sefer on Purim, entitled Parashas Hakesef. Additionally, Rabbi Adler publishes in print and by email a weekly Shabbos page entitled Shabbos: Ta’am HaChaim – Shabbos Taste of Life. Rabbi Alder also writes on the Daf Yomi and other topics of interest on his blog www.doreishtov.blogspot.com.

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