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Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever thought that the Torah can guide us through the depths of the human soul to understand who we really are and where to find God? This is possible and indeed exciting, especially if this journey is made in the company of Pnei Hashem, the author of You. In this splendid and enlightening book, Hashem asks us a series of questions (such as Where are you? How are you? How can you?) to which we can and must respond. The ultimate aim is to recognize our divinity and live according to it. This book will open the eyes of all readers willing to learn.
In this time, it is necessary to stop and reflect on ourselves and God; otherwise, we risk being overwhelmed. You is a book that allows every reader to broaden their horizons through a stimulating and in-depth reading that will offer much food for thought. The fact that the analysis is aimed primarily within ourselves is what makes this book valuable. Pnei Hashem knows the subject in detail and knows how to explain it to the reader, although the theme is quite challenging. What I liked the most is that he is able to guide you in small steps, thus giving you the time to understand what he writes. I believe that You is a book to be read carefully (and then reread even more carefully) for the quality of the message it offers us. This is one of the most compelling books I have ever read.