After the Return: Maintaining Good Family Relations and Adjusting to Your New Lifestyle--a Practical Halachic Guide for the Newly Observant
An essential work for the newly observant on how to ease into a religious lifestyle and maintain good family relations. This practical halachic guide discusses real-life situations, such as dealing with parental requests that are contrary to Jewish law, attending family ceremonies in non-Orthodox settings, and how to solve kashruth dilemmas.
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To the Reader
Priorities in Mitzvah Observance
The Yeshivahs Role
Shabbos and Festivals
Dating Shidduchim and Personal Status
The Mitzvah of Teshuvah
The Halachos of Teshuvah
Inspiration and Incentives
The Laws of Shabbos
The Reasons for the Mitzvos
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