Women's Wisdom: 'The Garden of Peace' for Women
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Women's Wisdom: 'The Garden of Peace' for Women

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His bestselling book, Garden of Emunah, has changed the lives of countless others, and now, Rav Shalom Arush has released his long-awaited book for women on how to create and preserve a happy, healthy marriage. Its counterpart, Garden of Peace for Men, was received with acclaim for its down-to-earth, honest, and sensitive approach, and these qualities shine from this volum...more
Paperback, 415 pages
Published 2010 by Chut Shel Chessed Institutions (first published 2009)
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Sam
This book was a mixed bag for me (2 and a half stars). On the one hand I felt that I was learning a great deal of Torah and that there was a lot of wisdom in here on a simple level. I loved how the book was dedicated to the author's mother, that was very sweet.

However, I felt that the book would have been much better if written by a woman. I also felt that the first section on dating left something to be desired. The book also could have been organized better into subchapters as some chapters co...more
S. M. Yair-Levy
Wonderful for every Jewish woman to have from match making/finding a husband to raising her kids. Beautiful book :) I gave it 3 stars because a lot of the content was geared toward building faith and fixing problems within a marriage. While both are great, there were multiple sections I skipped over because they just didn't apply to me. I also felt there was some redundancy. Also there quite a few typos as well. I agree with others that some of the advice could have been better if written by a w...more
Stephanie Corbett
The definitive guide for Jewish (or any!) women on marriage.
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