BURIED TREASURE BY RABBI DANIEL LAPIN PDF

Start your review of Buried Treasure: Hidden Wisdom from the Hebrew Language Write a review Apr 09, Judy rated it it was amazing In Hebrew, the word for friend is "ya-deed," which breaks down into the word "yad-yad," or, hand in hand. The word for face in Hebrew is "paneem," which is in the plural, because people have more than one face -- the face they show to a prospective employer may not be the one they show to a loved one at home. These are two examples that reveal fundamental psychological truths about human nature as expressed through the Hebrew language. For example. The word for face in Hebrew is "paneem," which is a plural construction, because people have more than one face -- the face they show to a prospective employer may not be the one My friend and teacher, Rabbi Daniel Lapin, wrote this amazing book along with his wife, Susan Lapin, to show the deep and surprising insights of the Hebrew language and its application to our lives.

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Start your review of Buried Treasure: Hidden Wisdom from the Hebrew Language Write a review Apr 09, Judy rated it it was amazing In Hebrew, the word for friend is "ya-deed," which breaks down into the word "yad-yad," or, hand in hand. The word for face in Hebrew is "paneem," which is in the plural, because people have more than one face -- the face they show to a prospective employer may not be the one they show to a loved one at home.

These are two examples that reveal fundamental psychological truths about human nature as expressed through the Hebrew language. For example. The word for face in Hebrew is "paneem," which is a plural construction, because people have more than one face -- the face they show to a prospective employer may not be the one My friend and teacher, Rabbi Daniel Lapin, wrote this amazing book along with his wife, Susan Lapin, to show the deep and surprising insights of the Hebrew language and its application to our lives.

The word for face in Hebrew is "paneem," which is a plural construction, because people have more than one face -- the face they show to a prospective employer may not be the one they show to a loved one at home. This book is engaging and enlightening, while also sharing essential Jewish concepts through the brilliance and succinctness of Hebrew.

I attempted to read the Bible and never finish even Genesis. Then I found Rabbi Daniel Lapin read this book and some of his other books, this book is definitely enlightening. It covers most aspects of life in ancient wisdom revealed in the Hebrew Being from the Dharmic tradition I have a hunch that I owe the Abrahamic tradition an understanding. It covers most aspects of life in ancient wisdom revealed in the Hebrew language.

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Buried Treasure: Hidden Wisdom from the Hebrew Language

His father, A. Lapin, was the nephew of Rabbi Elya Lopian — , and served as a prominent and outspoken Orthodox rabbi in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Lapin emigrated with his family from South Africa to the United States in the s, and became a naturalized United States citizen in His family re-located to Washington State in to develop Toward Tradition, and to host a nationally syndicated weekly radio show. His sister is married to an American rabbi.

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