The Garden of Emunah: A Practical Guide to Life By Rabbi Shalom Arush Translated by Brody, Rabbi Lazer Emuna–faith–is the cornerstone for every Jew. The Garden Of Emuna has ratings and 20 reviews. Tina said: This was a fantastic book to read. I loved the simplicity of it and how it really lays out. The Garden of Emuna New Expanded Edition! This incredible best-seller is your ultimate practical guide to life! Discover the power of emuna and get powerful.

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Reading The Garden of Emuna has definitely shed a light on the source that reaches deep into my soul which I will name it “certainty”. It would, however, be easier to agree with all of the points if one were Jewish, like the author, but that’s just my opinion. In addition to flawless basic emuna, the intermediate believes that everything Hashem does is for the very best.

There is growth and connection back to the source. Dov Bigio rated it liked it May 18, Here emnah the essence of the book in three parts: A must-read for spiritual seekers of any background, who really want to know how the world works, and what God wants from us.

The Garden Of Emuna by Shalom Arush

Aug 20, Chloe rated it it was amazing. It strengthened my faith in G-d and in turn, affected my life in such a positive way. Scan smunah QR code to visit emuah page online: Life changing book on emunah! This practical book offers insights into emuna, collected from very stories, commentaries, and teachings presented in an easily readable format.


Sep 18, Jennifer Thompson-Thalasinos rated it it was amazing. It helped put some things in perspective that I’ve struggled with since losing my husband in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. It brings enlightenment in all aspects of life.

Torah and mitzvos are a vehicle to have emuna and that is the purpose of life. This is the firm belief that everything comes from Hashem by way of perfect divine providence, even the tiniest and most seemingly insignificant event. It made me realize that everything happens in life for a reason. This new awareness is giving me the opportunity to actually feel physically, on my body, the signs when I slack off, with my running chattering mind. Pages explain part of the issue in black and white: Reading The Garden of Emuna has definitely shed a light on the This is definitely a very powerful book.

All that stuff on this blog about philosophical reasoning to come to Judaism and Torah … Rabbi Arush would say stay away because it detracts from emuna. This is the free will dichotomy of a Creator who knows what will happen, but we still have the choice. This is a must read to everyone!!!! I am honestly not on this level of belief. Dec 21, Tina rated it it was amazing.


It teaches you a bunch of profound things about some of life’s biggest questions, including why ‘bad’ things happen to ‘good’ people; how to keep smiling when fmunah going through a tough patch; and how to break out of negative thought patterns and beliefs that keep you trapped in ‘self-destruct’ mode. Books by Shalom Arush. It translates Heavenly Messages into easily understood, readily acceptable concepts. Oct 28, Judit Gueta rated it it was amazing. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Open Preview See a Problem? I really think you have to be in the right emotional or spiritual state when you read this book.

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Title: The Garden Of Emuna: A Practical Guide to Life

However, this is still the goal and still something to be worked on constantly. After reading this amazing book I have become more aware of my surroundings and how I tend to be reactive. With emuna, there is no pain. They share them with readers in this mind-clearing text.