The way a person reads the Parsha of the week is a reflection of his world. Rabbi Michal Tykochinski's sermons reflect the world of a scholarly woman who has been occupying the benches of the Beit Midrash for many years and teaching women Gemara and Halacha. The world of a lawyer who is very familiar with the world of law, and also the world of a woman, wife and mother, who has a sensitive eye for reading reality and the ability to distinguish and point out nuances in the meeting between the verses and the human soul. In the book, I read with all my heart, Halacha and legend, Talmudic babbling of the Geriz alongside the sermons of Rabbi Zadok HaCohen of Lublin and Rabbi Kook. Old and new: first commentators alongside contemporary thinkers, Jews and non-Jews. Regular or random reading of the book will bring the readers together In a paragraph by Rabbi Hirsch, R. Nachman of Breslav, the neurologist Oliver Sacks or the author David Grossman, always from a refreshing point of view, offering an original and innovative angle. In her writing, the author not only describes the problems and offers a solution to them with the help of her breadth of knowledge, but also tries to give the questions raised by the case an understanding and meaning, which has an existential and educational depth. Here is a book that offers a great wealth of ideas, of Torat Chaim, which is both heart-warming and eye-opening. Rabbi Dr. Michal Tikochinsky, mother of seven, serves as head of the Beit Midrash for women at Hichal Shlomo (Herzog College), head of the Halacha program at Migdal Oz and a lecturer at the Shalom Academic Center. Her first book, "Mashtich Medani" deals with the basics of the academic method in the book Manhat Shinoch.