Brooklyn, New York: Traditional Press, Inc., 1985. Hardcover. Octavo. Blue pebbled cloth over boards, with bright gilt lettering to spine. A bit of scuffing to dustjacket only.
Chapters include (but are not limited to) Rabbi Twerski's views
on The Value of Memories; Raised in My Father's Home; On Spirituality; Self-Perspective; The Festivals; Prayer; Tzdaka; Parents and Children; Chassidic Tales; Folk Tales; Memories of the Old Timers. 244 pp. Glossary included. Fine in Very Good Plus Dustjacket. Item #85304
Abraham Joshua Twerski is an ordained rabbi, and a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry. Prior to becoming a physician, he held a pulpit at Congregation Beth Jehudah in Milwaukee, a synagogue founded by his father, Rabbi Jacob Twerski. He is a descendant of prminent Chassidic rabbinic families, tracing their origin to the zaddikim of Czernoble, Karlin and Lubavitch, and the maternal family of Halberstam whose roots are in the zaddikim of Sanz and Ropsicz.
"This book is a treasuryof wit, wisdom and soul-penetrating insights..." (RabbiNisson Wilpin, Editor, The Jewish Observer).