The minhag of kaporos is widely practiced, often discussed, and occasionally criticized. Interestingly, it is usually misunderstood – even by those who perform the ritual every year.
With an amazing depth of scholarship and research, and an engaging, easy to-read style, Avrohom Reit has created another masterpiece: full of new information and sources for the scholar, practical suggestions and tips for the practitioner, and inspiring explanations for the beginner. This volume will change your perspective, enrich your practice, and deepen your entire process of coming back to Hashem.
The Tekufas Hashanah series provides a refreshing, hands-on approach to certain mitzvos that have not been easily accessible to the layman. The books are distinguished by the clarity of their language, their down-to-earth style, the beauty of their photography, their eye-catching layout, and most of all their purpose: the demystification of mitzvos that people might otherwise be hesitant to approach. The reader, led along by a master teacher, emerges from the experience well informed and empowered.
About Rabbi Avrohom Reit
Rabbi Avrohom Reit of Brooklyn NY has spent the last twenty years studying in some of Brooklyn’s most prestigious kollelim, including Beth Hatalmud, Yeshiva Emek Halacha (under Rav Tuvia Goldstein zt”l) and Beth Medrash Letora Vehora (of Brooklyn, under Rav Elimelch Bluth, shlita). He has spent close to nine years studying under the world-renowned Gaon, Rav Dovid Feinstein, shlita, Rosh Yeshiva of Mesivta Tifereth Yerushalayim on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Rabbi Reit is the popular author of the Tekufas Hashana Series. The Tekufas Hashanah series is a revolution in the genre of English language halachah works. Books that are designed to benefit people at every level of scholarship. Each volume seeks to demystify a mitzvah, deemed by many as confusing or overwhelming. The author weaves a tapestry of halachah and anecdotal information with practical expertise and common sense. In an informative, warm, and sometimes humorous style, the reader is lead by hand through the mitzvah, from start to finish. The presentation is always inviting and engaging.