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Pages: 42
7757 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325333
ISBN-10: 1497325331
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Sephardic Jewish Grandpa Sereno shares the last Spirit Tale within the Seven Teachers sequence.
Six students are allowed to progress to the last Teacher, who is the Teacher of Power. He guides them through the Sephardic Synagogue – a supernatural tour which reveals the meaning of true power, its use and abuse. The only assignment the students are given is to ask questions about power and its application. Eventually the six students complete their training at the School of Divine Instruction.

A closing ceremony is held for them on the Ruach Gabit Square (square of the tailwind), the square where their journey started in Spirit Tale Two.

Quotes from the book:
“Grandpa Sereno: “Aboltar cazal, aboltar mazal (a change of scene, a change of fortune).”

Tzuriel: “This is “shock and awe” cool!!”

“Sarucha: “I’m from the future and my name is a Jewish Spanish version of the Hebrew name Sarah.”

“The Teacher sighed. “How an institution for the performing arts was contaminated!”.

“Is the power that a woman has to give birth to a new human being any less powerful than the splitting of Yam Suf (Sea of Reeds, Red Sea)?

After a short pause, the Teacher of Power responded: “Mister Micha and all the rest of you honored students, I’m not going to answer the question all people ask. Instead, I’ll answer the question almost no one asks”.

Pages: 42
7757 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325333
ISBN-10: 1497325331
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Pages: 50
7842 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325296
ISBN-10:1497325293
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Sephardic Jewish Grandma Sasson tells the Spirit Tale about the Teacher of Wisdom, who’s a woman. All other Teachers are men. But this is a true Lady. Lady Wisdom, Wisdom Palace and her Servants are ready to help the 15 students grow in a supernatural way.

Lady Wisdom’s appearance is that of a Middle-Eastern Jewish lady and the facial characteristics of each of her ten Servants represent a different people group.

Join the storytellers’ family on their ride through secrets, cruelty, attitudes and seven important pillars we all should cherish and cling to in our lives.

Quotes from the book:
“When Lady Wisdom speaks, you better listen up!”

“Ori (age 23): “How old is she?” he asked Servant Prudence. Servant Prudence: “Ohh”, she smiled, she is Ancient!”

“Micha: “Perhaps this is what some people mean by “beauty of the spirit”. I didn’t know this existed.”

“Does Wisdom define beauty, then?” Micha inquired.”

“Lady Wisdom: “(…) you’ve grown so much already, we are all very proud of you.”

“That’s an interesting attitude for a Communications Specialist”, Lady Wisdom responded.

Pages: 50
7842 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325296
ISBN-10:1497325293
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Pages: 30
4142 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325258
ISBN-10: 1497325250
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Sephardic Jewish Grandpa Sereno shares this Spirit Tale that brings us through time, dimensions, space and places. Through history and the present and how understanding plays a great part in how we behave towards each other.

Teacher of Understanding:
“Just take the time to understand.
Just take longer than a minute. Try to understand.
Try to see what you never saw and what you’ve seen in a different light.
Let me help you understand what is really in plain sight”

Other quotes from the book:
Candida (age 16): “Abuelo (grandfather), what exactly is the difference between knowledge and understanding?”

“Her name is Sheyndel, and yes, she is an older woman now. But once she was a very young girl who couldn’t even dream of growing older.” Teacher of Understanding to Tyler (age 15) and Madison (age 16).

“A giant black smoke cloud arose before them.”

Pages: 30
4142 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325258
ISBN-10: 1497325250
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Pages: 34
4566 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325227
ISBN-10: 1497325226
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Sephardic Jewish Grandma Sasson shares this Spirit Tale which focuses on Sarucha, the eight-year-old Jewish girl, and Hadassah, a young Jewish lady of 28.

Each of them, separately, is in the process of finding the meaning of real strength, overcoming fear and learning to trust. The Teacher of Knowledge shows them how to face the giants, to love diversity and to realize that each of them is never really alone.

Join the Spirit Tales storytellers and their family in a chariot ride from the School of Divine Instruction all the way to Jerusalem and back!

Quotes from the book:
Sarucha (age 8): “Look, down there, I recognize it, ciudad de Jerusalén (the city of Jerusalem)! Jerusalén!, Jerusalén!” she exclaimed.

“Light has a voice?” Sarucha inquired, amazed.

Hadassah: “What good will that do? After all, you supposedly know everything already.”

Pages: 34
4566 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325227
ISBN-10: 1497325226
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Pages: 28
3772 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325197
ISBN-10: 1497325196
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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Sephardic Jewish Grandma, Sasson, presents this Spirit Tale that mainly focuses on Levana, a 55 year old Jewish woman.

In a private class session with the Teacher of The Fear of The Lord Levana is brought to a desert wasteland. It is there that her journey intensifies, and she is confronted with questions about the nature of true dignity and love.

Quotes from the book:
“Oh, for goodness sake, what does it look like?” the Teacher of The Fear of The Lord speaking to Levana (age 55).

“Can we go now, I can’t stand the heat!!!” Levana to the Teacher of The Fear of The Lord.

Pages: 28
3772 words
ISBN-13: 978-1497325197
ISBN-10: 1497325196
Authored by: Messianic Rabbi Sipporah Joseph
Edited by: Dayle Anne Schechter

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