Unto Thousands of Generations

Unto Thousands of Generations

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What does a person do when her whole life is blown to pieces--literally? After surviving the bus bombing, Moriah's whole life has changed. She must find herself anew, and is surprised to realize that she does not even know what that means. Against all the well-meaning advice of her family and friends, she sets out on the most transformative journey of her life.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.65mm | 312.98g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514767910
  • 9781514767917

About Miriam Leah Ben-Yaacov

Miriam Leah Ben-Yaacov has been writing and teaching Torah for a number of years. In 1990, she and her family moved to Israel, where they lived for thirteen years. She studied Torah with various teachers in the Jerusalem area and Safed. Her spiritual journey has taken her to Israel, Europe, Asia, and the US. Meeting people of other cultures, she came to a new view of the Noahide Covenant (based on the Seven Universal Laws of the Torah that apply to the non-Jewish nations), and the idea of the Redemption took on a new dimension. After returning to the United States in 2003, she worked with a number of Bnai Noah organizations and schools. Her Torah classes focus on prayer and repentance necessary for complete healing-transformation of the soul. Miriam Leah edited three books for R. Joel Bakst: "The Secret Doctrine of Gaon of Vilna" and "Beyond Kabbalah." In 2014 Miriam Leah released her book, Project Otiyot, concerning scientific application of Torah theories and methods to bring about healing on the individual and cosmic levels. Miriam Leah's new book, Unto Thousands of Generations, is her first published work of fiction.show more