Review Highlights Spirit Tale Four: Teacher of The Fear of The Lord

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Naomi_Goldsmidt 5_Stars_10rated!
Posted December 3, 2014 @ Barnes & Noble
Very confronting but beautifully written. Read full review

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Editorial review: Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite.
The fourth tale in this series takes place under the tutelage of the Teacher of the Fear of the Lord. He is an intense and commanding presence, and he quickly singles out a woman, Levana, who has been somewhat slow in her progression.

…the harsh environment reflects the state of her spiritual well-being.

…religious philosophical tale…

…an intriguing and enlightening intellectual exercise.

…Grandmother Sasson and her family discuss whether there is a right to judge another and how Judaic tradition dictates one should try to reason with someone whose behavior is hurting others.

I was surprised by how involved I became in this tale.

…an intellectual and dispassionate exercise on morality, judgment, and the effects of one’s actions on others, sprinkled with references for further study.

Spirit Tale Four, Teacher of The Fear of The Lord gives one a lot to think about…

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