A Map of the Universe: An Introduction to the Study of Kabbalah
"A Map of the Universe" may be the most important book you ever read. It explains in clear language what life is all about, from a kabbalistic point of view. Rabbi Weimans amiable style and breadth of knowledge make this book a delightful and insightful adventure into the world of Jewish mysticism, while leaving your feet firmly planted in the practical world.
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