Monday, May 7, 2007

Bilvavi, "A Sanctuary in My Heart" available at Nehora

Thanks to a commenter at my post here, I have been made aware that you can get "A Sanctuary in My Heart," at Nehora at this link.


-Dixie Yid

(Picture courtesy of Nehora, obviously)


Anonymous said...

I also saw the book online @ :

and also - the other books in hebrew are available there too:

yitz said...

I hope the typo in the image is not a typo in the book cover but rather a typo in the thumbnail.. even though that is highly unlikely:
"The Book which has Changed the lives Thousands."

The word 'of' is conspicuously absent. I hope the cover copy editor isn't the same as the editor of the book or I'd be a little worried.

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

I hadn't noticed that. Yes, I hope you're right. I spoke to people who have gotten the book, and no one's mentioned it. But I haven't seen it personally, so I don't know if that mistake is corrected now. Since I know the translation is good, I'd have to say "Al tistakail b'kankan, ela b'ma sheyesh bo."

-Dixie Yid

Anonymous said...

It seems that the cover was prepared by people who don't know English very well. The translation was done by someone who does. However, there are a few typing mistakes in the book that weren't caught in this edition. This is often the case when books are self-published. However, the point is to learn the ideas and apply them, and the current edition presents the ideas correctly. In any case, you don't need to buy the book; you can read it all for free on the site, so you won't feel cheated.

DixieYid (يهودي جنوبي) said...

A Talmid wrote (c/o A Simple Jew):

Santctuary in my heart is great. I read the part of the online version (the site is shut for Shabbos). It is trully an amazing work. It is stuff you can use right out of the box. it tells you how to live every minute serving Hashem. It souns like it's written by a Breslover. Maybe that's why it's anonymous. I heard Reb Nachman had sais if people won't listen to things in his name just say it is from "talmidei HaBall Shem Tov" and don't mention him. That's just my own speculation. I was reallly blown away what I read. If it wasn't online I would move it to the top of my list. I have seen people keep the Hebrew one in their talis bags and learn it everyday after davening. the ones that I know read it (who are "simple" working people) are very passionate about it and try to fulfill what it teaches.