This episode is bursting with emotion, inspiration, and empowerment, and a must-watch for every Jewish woman! We join Suri Jaroslowitz at a challah bake hosted by Raizy, where she gives a poignant talk on the power of the holy mitzvah of challah. Suri takes us on an emotional journey as she shares the heartbreak of older singles in shidduchim, infertility, and more, relating incredible stories of miracles and yeshuos that she has personally witnessed.
But Suri doesn't stop at challah - she passionately delves into the importance of the three key mitzvos for women, and how to maximize their power in our lives. Suri emphasizes the irreplaceable role that we women play in our homes and shares beautiful concepts on how to turn one's home into a Mikdash Me’at. Prepare to be moved to tears and uplifted to new heights as Suri shares her incredible insights and stories that will move you to your core.
Mrs. Suri Jaroslowitz can be reached by text or phone at 718-930-5906 or by email at [email protected].
Mrs. Suri Jaroslowitz has created a stunning book that encompasses all the techines and details she shares during her talks. The book is written in Lashon Kodesh-Yiddish and includes tefilos, ingredient lists, roshei teivos, gematriyos, and much more.
This book features an embossed leather appearance, and its pages are laminated for convenience. Its washable nature allows for easy use in the kitchen, as it can be wiped clean after baking. The book is presented in a beautiful box, making it an excellent gift idea.
The cost of the book is $50, and the proceeds from the sales contribute towards Hachnosas kallah, a charitable cause.
To place an order, you can either send a text message to 718-930-5906 or email Mrs. Suri Jaroslowitz at [email protected]. When contacting her, kindly provide your complete address, including the zip code, for accurate shipping.
Payments can be made through either Quickpay or by check. Mrs. Suri Jaroslowitz's Quickpay address is 718-930-5906. If you choose to pay by check, please make it payable to "Cong Shar Menachem”.
This book is in Lashon Kodesh and Yiddish.
Please keep in mind that an English version of the book is planned for the future.