Rav Avigdor Miller on Olam Haba
Live life on a whole new level!
We live in a world where our soul-instincts are dulled by the common culture. Creeping materialism and non-Torah values slip into our consciousness without us even realizing it, robbing us of a tangible belief in the World to Come. As Rav Miller explains, the main attack of the yetzer hara is on our belief in Olam Haba.
This book -- a collection of Rav Miller’s teachings on the topic of Olam Haba -- is an attempt to correct that, to restore Jewish belief in Olam Haba to its rightful place. Belief in Olam Haba is the pinnacle of our emunah, right alongside belief in Hashem Himself, as Rav Miller often explained.
A profound feeling of emunah in Hashem and Olam Haba can help us face the challenges of everyday life -- including its highs and lows, victories and frustrations -- with a calmness and seriousness otherwise unattainable.
This book is a journey that can change you forever -- and for the better.
Author: Rabbi Yaakov Astor
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 352 pages | ISBN 9781607632863
About the Author
Yaakov Astor has written, co-written, or edited more than thirty books. Most recently, he was the editor of Rav Avigdor Miller -- His Life and His Revolution and authored The Secret Life of Gershon Burd -- A Master of Hidden Chessed as well as Run, Rachel, Run, the amazing Holocaust story of his mother-in-law, Rachel Blum.
A former yeshiva teacher and principal, he was also the founding Editor-in-Chief of Zman Magazine and editor of Nehemiah and Trei Asar, Vol. 1 in the ArtScroll Tanach Series. He has published hundreds of articles over the years in Yated Ne’eman, Hamodia, Mishpacha, The Jewish Observer and other publications.
He has worked with Rabbi Joseph Elias, zt”l, on producing the Holocaust Curriculum for Torah Umesorah and is currently working with Rabbi Berel Wein, shlit”a, producing an online Jewish History course for the Destiny Foundation.
He was also Deputy Director for Zechor Yemos Olam, the Holocaust education branch of Torah Umesorah. In this capacity, he helps develop and administer the ZYO Fellowships, a year-long online course that “teaches the teachers” how to teach the Holocaust.