In this engaging collection of articles Rabbi Avigdor looks in detail at Jewish holidays and life during and after the Holocaust. Read his essays on Yom Kippur or Tisha B'av and you'll suddenly understand these holidays like never before. In each essay he manages to inform and celebrate the exquisite joys of each and every holiday. The description of his five years living as a Jew in Europe during the Holocaust are told to us by a man, who, despite tortures and enslavement has not lost his faith, but emerged from near death to rise again to a renewed and vigorous new life as a Jew of profound faith in America. Rabbi Avigdor brings a depth and wisdom to everything he writes. It's a gift to read this book. On any topic he is both original and informative. This book is a remarkable achievement.
by Isaac C. Avigdor