How the Talmud can change your life : surprisingly modern advice from a very old book / Liel Leibovitz.
A witty and wide-ranging exploration of a book that has perplexed and delighted people for centuries: the Talmud. For numerous centuries, the Talmud--an extraordinary work of Jewish ethics, law, and tradition--has compelled readers to grapple with how to live a good life. Full of folk legends, bawdy tales, and rabbinical repartee, it is inspiring, demanding, confounding, and thousands of pages long. As Liel Leibovitz enthusiastically explores the Talmud, what has sometimes been misunderstood as a dusty and arcane volume becomes humanity's first self-help book. How the Talmud Can Change Your Life contains sage advice on an unparalleled scope of topics, which includes communicating with your partner, dealing with grief, and being a friend.
- ISBN: 1324020822
- ISBN: 9781324020820
- Physical Description: 249 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 
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