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Robert Kremnizer is a successful lawyer with a private practice, having specialized in Commercial Law and real estate, now evolved into a large private Mortgage Fund. He is also a well-known teacher and author who has published four books on Jewish philosophy. Eight years ago after a health scare, Robert was inspired to reconnect with his art practice after a hiatus of thirty years. He trained intensively with the Julian Ashton teacher Ben Smith and has emerged realizing his potential as a talented artist. With a distinctive style and use of color, Robert produces contemporary realistic portraits and figure paintings which are both vigorous and dynamic, using paradoxical graded color to express three dimensional volume.
Artist’s Statement: Awaking our souls with the call of the shofar during the month of Elul, we build up to the holy day of Rosh Hashanah.
Artist’s Statement: The Rebbe, our Rebbe, had tremendous love for his chassidim, Jews, and all of humanity. Whoever came close to the Rebbe felt his warmth. Here is a depiction of the Rebbe’s endless smiles.
Probably the most difficult mitzvah in the Torah for most people is the mitzvah of Ahavas Yisroel. The mitzvah of Ahavas Yisroel requires one to love his fellow Jew like himself. Indeed the mitzvah is made more difficult because it applies to one’s fellow...
It is one of the great secrets of Torah that the Torah itself is a blueprint for the creation and maintenance of the world. This means that when a set of circumstances are described in the Torah, that set of circumstances, apart from its physical truth, h...
One of the most fundamental differences between married Jewish life and the conjugal relations of the nations are the mitzvos (commands) and practices surrounding mikveh. In the unlikely event that anyone reading this book does not know what a mikveh is, ...
Judgment is a heavy responsibility. Being judgmental of one’s spouse is pure idiocy. We will learn together that the awesome responsibility of judgment should be exercised by very few, and on rare occasions. If exercised at all, it needs to be weighed wit...
Criticism is acid which eats away love. It is one of the most dangerous behavioral weapons that exist between a husband and wife and should almost never be accessed. A person should view criticism exactly as he does a drum of concentrated acid which, if b...
There is an obligation upon a Jew to be joyful at all times. With consistent effort, by learning Torah and internalizing the perspectives at the beginning of this book together with realizing that everything that G‑d does is for the good (accepting that t...
The Hebrew word “yeshus” is a concept in Torah difficult to define and translate. The word connotes a perverse sense of self, an over-embellished focus on one’s needs to the exclusion of those of others, feelings of inflated centrality. The word describes...
The human soul is made up of ten levels. Three are intellectual, seven emotional. The three which are intellectual are chochma, binah and daas (see Chapter 2) and represent three out of the ten levels (see Chapter 3). The remaining seven levels are levels...
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