This book comprises a selection of candid thoughts on the challenges confronting Nechoma Greisman as an idealistic emissary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe; articles she wrote and classes she gave on the realities of Jewish wifehood and motherhood such as questions of role definition, marital harmony, family planning, childbearing ("the most difficult mitzvah of them all") and outreach work; solid, detailed, down-to-earth advice on housekeeping ("being a Kohen in G-d's little Sanctuary"); good-humored and utterly unjudgmental observations on human nature and on interpersonal relations; insightful letters written by her and about her; and so on. Reading this book leaves one feeling an inch humbler, but an inch taller.
by Rabbi Moshe Miller
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