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Gems of Wisdom: words of the great Kabbalists from all generations is a collection of excerpts from the writings of great Kabbalists from all generations, particularly the writings of Rav Yehuda Ashlag, author of the Sulam [Ladder] commentary of The Book of Zohar. This collection reveals the innovative concepts of Kabbalah on every realm of human life, using short excerpts with accurate references to the source. It is a priceless gift to any Kabbalah enthusiast.
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ISBN: 9781897448540
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