Kiddush Hashem: the focus of our lives.
Living Kiddush Hashem
“Kiddush Hashem: the focus of our lives. Underlying our mitzvahs, our Torah study, our ethical and moral lives is one overriding concept: Kiddush Hashem, sanctifying Hashem’s Name… It’s our never-ending mission… But what, exactly, is Kiddush Hashem? How do we sanctify Hashem’s Name? As a practical matter, what should we do?… Making a Kiddush Hashem can be as simple as a smile – and as complex as the labyrinth of life itself. This book will enable us to master this concept, and make it the focus of our days. We can live a life of Kiddush Hashem. This book is our roadmap.” (Artscroll review)
A Life Worth Living
The secret of living a fuller, richer life can be revealed in three words: GIVE LIFE MEANING. And the secret of finding meaning in life can be found in two words: KIDDUSH HASHEM.
A Life Worth Living is designed to make the spiritual concepts of Kiddush Hashem relatable, practical, and doable. It includes hundreds of stories of Jews, from gedolim to grocers, from the famous to “people just like us,” who sanctified Hashem’s Name in either dramatic encounters or just plain day-to-day life. Every section includes “Takeaways,” “Make it Practical” tips, and “Discussion Points,” to help bring the concepts into daily life.
We all want to live well. A Life Worth Living shows us how.
Making Hashem Proud
Chaviva Pfeiffer, whose collections of Maggid Stories for Children have delighted tens of thousands of youthful readers, and Rabbi Shraga Freedman of Living Kiddush Hashem Foundation, bring our children a very special gift — an extraordinary collection of true stories that show how to make a Kiddush Hashem in our daily lives.
Great stories, beautiful writing, fun illustrations, and an important message – this book has it all!
According to Rabeinu Yona, the act of Kiddush Hashem serves as the mission of Klal Yisroel. All of Torah and Mitzvos were given to us solely for this purpose. This valuable sefer explains in depth how Torah and Mitzvos infuse Kiddush Hashem in the world as well as how a Jew lives and dies al Kiddush Hashem. With a better understanding of this mitzvah and its importance, the individual will acquire more sensitivity towards bringing honor to Hashem’s name in all of his daily actions.
Mekadshei Shemecha Hamekutzar
Positive feedback from kollel yungerleit who learned the sefer:
“I enjoyed the sefer mekadshei shemecha so much that I learned through the whole sefer even the parts which were not on the test. I was not the only one that changed from my learning of this sefer, even my family and people close to me were impacted.”
“This sefer gave me goose bumps and caused a great shift in my heart to serve Hashem for the sake of increasing kavod shamayim in the world. I need to go back and review the sefer again to engrain it further into my heart.”
Click here to read the hascama on this sefer from Rabbi Moshe Hauer.
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