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Supporting Yitzhak's Work

Yitzhak has dedicated himself to promoting Jewish values but could use help with his livelihood. If you value his work as an author and teacher and would like to support his continued efforts, you are invited to make significant donations to Yitzhak directly. Please contact Yitzhak about tax issues for charity.

Send checks made out to Yitzhak Buxbaum, with an attached note, to:

189 Atlantic Ave. #2D
Brooklyn, NY 11201.

There is also another option:

Book Dedications

It is traditional in the Jewish religious community for holy books to be subsidized and published privately. Most Hebrew seforim are published this way. People who contribute money are recognized in the book and many of them honor deceased loved ones, who are typically mentioned prominently with a prayer offered for the elevation of their souls. People also honor a living loved one in this way.

Yitzhak Buxbaum is making his next two books available for dedication. If you have money to give for a good cause, this is one. If you have appreciated Yitzhak's writings in the past and think they have helped people Jewishly, this is a way to share in the mitzvah of disseminating Torah by helping a holy book come into being. You can dedicate a book in memory of a loved one or in honor of an event, such as a birth, birthday, bar/bat mitzvah, marriage, anniversary, yahrzeit, or as a prayer for healing. You can then use copies of the books as gifts for family and friends. If you would like to participate in this great mitzvah, your contribution will be appreciated and welcomed.

UPCOMING BOOKS

Traditional Jewish Mantras

Yitzhak is also working on another volume in his outstanding Jewish Spirit Booklet Series. The first three volumes, which have gained a wide audience by their accessibility and depth are: Real Davvening: Jewish Prayer as a Spiritual Practice and a Form of Meditation for Beginning and Experienced Davveners; An Open Heart: The Mystic Path of Loving People; and A Tu BeShvat Seder: The Feast of Fruits from the Tree of Life.

Traditional Jewish Mantras will excite many Jews by revealing a little known part of the tradition. This booklet can be dedicated for the sum of $4000. Short mentions of a loved one with a prayer are offered for $400. All contributions further Yitzhak's work for the sake of heaven.

Email Yitzhak at yitzhak@jewishspirit.com about these opportunities to support his work!