It's so simple. And so complex.
And so very, very rewarding.
Bitachon is simple: As Rabbi Yitzchak Dwek explains in this absorbing and important book, bitachon means counting on Hashem and knowing that He will come through for you. It's as easy as that.
Bitachon is complex. Yet as we navigate life's twists and turns, we wonder: why are things so hard? If Hashem loves me, why doesn't He give me a good job/a fine spouse/ nice kids/success and happiness, and all that other good stuff that I want/need/deserve.
Bitachon is rewarding: As we will see through the stories and lessons of A Life of Bitachon, those who incorporate iron-clad bitachon into their lives are guaranteed - that's right, guaranteed!- lives free of worry, anxiety, and anger.
In A Life of Bitachon we find answers to so many pressing questions. What is bitachon and how does it work? How does bitachon connect us to Hashem? How can I learn to stop worrying? What's the link between bitachon and happiness? What is the power of "ein od milvado" - there is no power but Hashem?
A Life of Bitachon offers us short, readable capsules of Torah wisdom and engaging true stories to strengthen our faith and trust. To give us the priceless gift of bitachon.