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Life Is Not a Candy Store; It's the Way to the Candy Store: A Spiritual Guide to the Road of Life for Teens

Tal Yanai

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ISBN 10: 0983202508 / ISBN 13: 9780983202509
Published by Bat-el Publishing, 2011
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Title: Life Is Not a Candy Store; It's the Way to ...

Publisher: Bat-el Publishing

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition:Good

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This small book is full of wisdom of the deepest kind, couched in simple language and written from the heart. Although the content is geared toward teenagers, it will equally appeal to adults. The combination of spoken truths and openness makes it easily accessible, and encourages readers to go back and reread. Anyone living by this philosophy can do no harm, and will radiate the light of gentleness, kindness and peace.

About the Author:

"Tal Yanai was born and raised in kibbutz Einat, Israel. For the first twenty-three-years of his life he denied the existence of God. In 1991, he moved to Los Angeles where he met his first spiritual teacher. Guiding him to ask the right questions, and look at the right places, she helped him find proof for the one question troubled him the most-the existence of a higher power. This experience changed him, and since then he has dedicated much of his life to learning about the wonderful world of God and spirituality. He received a teaching credential in Social Studies from the State of California and taught in the Los Angeles public schools for several years. Today he teaches Spirituality, Hebrew and Judaic Studies in Temple Beth Hillel in the San Fernando Valley. The opportunity to interact with inner city students, as well as with privileged teenagers and young adults, made him deeply aware that many young people are discontented with their lives and feel they lack alternatives. As a parent and a teacher, Tal works with kids and young adults to deal with life s challenges in a more spiritual manner. His intention in writing this book is to encourage young people to consider the choices they make, as well as the manner in which they oftentimes interact with each other. "

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