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As I acquired students and learned from them, I was ignited by their passion to understand the “why,” the harmonious habits, beliefs, and feelings that mitzvos impart to their observers. Informed by the “why,” mitzvos were performed with such energy and fervor as to excite jealousy in the onlooker.
The world of Jewish practice is a world replete with symbols; one can hardly walk four amos without encountering reminders of Hashem, His love for us, and our joys and duties to Him. Yet the tasks of everyday life, both the dreary and exciting, conspire to conceal this world of wealth from our consciousness. It is the curse of Adam. For, when we walk with Hashem, every place on Earth is a veritable Eden. The only antidote is study. If in moments of tranquility we train the eyes of our spirit to perceive in a Torah lifestyle the vistas of eternity, then some shadow of that blessed landscape is bound to remain when the tempest takes hold of us again. And, with fresh research and repeated study, the shadow takes on greater solidity, more vibrant hues.
It is my sincere hope that this book, for you, like me, will enrich your religious experience, and in doing so, perhaps, pave the path of the banished to the garden where it all began.