Ten Meals to Feed The Needy at Masbia with the FREE book "Halachah Matters" by Rabbi Zvi Nachman
Imagine the feeling of making a difference in the lives of those in need while also expanding your mind and exploring new ideas. With Rabbi Zvi Nachman's generous offer, you can do just that! By donating to sponsor hot kosher meals for 10 people through Masbia, not only will you be feeding the hungry, but you'll also receive a copy of Rabbi Nachman's inspiring book, "Halachah Matters." So, instead of just purchasing a book, you can make a tangible impact on people's lives and treat yourself to a great read at the same time. Join us in this meaningful opportunity to make a positive difference in the world!
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With true-to-life anecdotes that are as relevant as they are entertaining, Halachah Matters presents the reader with modern-day halachic dilemmas. For each predicament, a halachic analysis ensues, followed by a conclusion and further questions to consider ― providing an ideal springboard for meaningful dialogue in a wide variety of settings.
· A business partner arranged a meeting with you in another state. After you fly in to meet with him, he cancels the meeting. Is he responsible for your costs?
· Your daughter-in-law makes your favorite dessert, but you find it flavorless. May you lie in order to preserve shalom bayis?
· Your young child accidentally breaks a vase at a store. Are you responsible?
“This sefer is full of beautiful insights and replete with precious pearls [of wisdom] …” (translated from Hebrew)
– Rav Asher Weiss
“My dear friend, R. Zvi Nachman, has been giving shiurim for many years that would make Rav Moshe [Feinstein], zt”l, proud! Halachah Matters reflects the hard work, common sense, and painstaking limud HaTorah of an exceptional ben Torah.”
– Rav Moshe Weinberger
“[A] sefer which is both informative and entertaining. The halachah is…illustrated in story form, piquing the reader’s curiosity, making it impossible to stop reading before reaching the author’s conclusion.”
– Rav Shalom Rosner