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Ancient Secrets

Using the Stories of the Bible to Improve Our Everyday Lives

Rabbi Levi Meier

5.5 x 8, 250 pp | Paperback, 978-1-58023-064-3

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Learn to Apply the Timeless Lessons of Jewish
Wisdom Writings to Improve Your Daily Life.

Drawing on a broad range of Jewish wisdom writings, distinguished rabbi and psychologist Levi Meier takes a thoughtful, wise and fresh approach to showing us how to apply the stories of the Bible to our everyday lives and let them work their inspirational magic. The courage of Abraham, who left his early life behind and chose a new, more difficult and more rewarding path; the ability of Joseph to forgive his brothers—the quests and conflicts of the Bible are still relevant, and still have the power to inform and change our lives.


“A beautifully written, spiritual book providing a path toward a more productive—as well as peaceful—life. . . A sheer delight from start to finish. This is a joyous book, a celebration of life for everyone!”

Faye Kellerman, author of Prayers for the Dead

“Speculative, psychospiritually useful interpretations of key selections from the Torah.”

M. Scott Peck, M.D., author of The Road Less Traveled

“Rabbi Meier has inspired my family with his spirited and poetic teachings. His sage and graceful applications of the Torah continue to enrich our experience as a Jewish family in profound and soulful ways.”

Kate Capshaw

“Well written, easy to read, and easy to understand. . . . There is good advice in this book about the realities of life.”


Fred Rosner, M.D., professor of medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine



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