Synopses & Reviews
In this book, parents and children are invited to connect with 62 key words of kabbalistic wisdom arranged in alphabetical order. Using language distilled to its very essence and beautifully evocative illustrations, these pages pave the way for children to not just understand the meaning of each word, but engage with it on the level of feeling. Mind Over Matter, Potential, Sharing and#150; Vokabbalahry brings each essential concept to life in a way that encourages readers to consider how sweet our lives will be when we make the wisdom in this book our own.
"When I feel different, or things around me change, it can be scary, but CHANGE is the only way to grow, become better and move forward. When I make an effort and share with others, I open the door for the Light to come into my life and receive complete FULFILLMENT."
and#151; from the book
About the Author
At age sixteen Michal Berg
discovered her spiritual path at The Kabbalah Centre. She was inspired by its mission to teach the universal wisdom of Kabbalah to everyone. She internalized that inspiration and today, 20 years later, she is president and CEO of Spirituality for Kids. www.SpiritualityforKids.com is an online program offering fun new ways for parents and children to develop spiritual consciousness and dialogue. Michal has always been driven by the belief that not only do parents assist in the spiritual development of their kids, but children play a significant role in a parentand#8217;s potential for spiritual growth. She explores this theme in a weekly blog called Spirituality for Parents (also at www.SpiritualityforKids.com) and in lectures to parents around the world. Michal Berg lives in Los Angeles with her husband Yehuda Berg, co-director of The Kabbalah Centre, and their five children.
Enrique Torralba was born in 1969 in Chilapa, Guerrero, Mexico. A graduate from the Universidad Autand#243;noma Metropolitana, he has received internatonal recognition including the Ciernes Critics Award in the International Contest of Phantom Illustration and Escapes 2008 which was organized by the Associazione Culturale Teatrio of Venice, Italy; 1st place in the XVI catalogue of Illustrators for childrenand#8217;s publications of CONACULTA in 2006; award for design in the illustration category in 2010; and mentions in the 2nd and 3rd Ibero-American catalogues of Illustration. His work has been selected to represent Mexico in the books Hall of Paris 2009 and Hall of Quebec 2010. He was invited to the XXVIII international exhibit for infancy in Sand#225;rmede Italy in 2009. He is assistant profesor in the Illustration course and#8220;Processes and Contextsand#8221; and a proud founding member of the Ilustradero and the Mexican Associaton of Illustrators. His book illustration work includes Quisiera ser un leand#243;n, CONACULTA 2007; El fraile y el alacrand#225;n, Centro Cultural Espaand#241;a, 2009; El and#225;rbol de las preguntas, Sana colita de rana Ed., 2009; Para Nina El Naranjo, 2009; ABC para un mundo nuevo, 2009; Demonio del medio dand#237;a Ed. Progreso, 2010; Un lugar en el mundo, CONACULTA 2010; and#191;Quien temeand#8230;? Castillo Mac Millan, 2012;Y ahora somos dos SM,2012; Gregorio el abuelo sabio CONACULTA, 2012; La muerte de un narrador Aletria Brasil, 2012. Enrique lives in Mexico City.