Rabbi Zelig Pliskin is an Orthodox Rabbi, writer, lecturer, counselor, and author of more than 20 books, including Guard Your tongue, Love Thy Neighbor, Gateway to Happiness, and Building Your Self-Image and the Self-Image of Others.
Rabbi Pliskin, born in 1946 in Baltimore, Maryland, attended Yeshiva Chofetz Chaim Talmudical Academy of Baltimore and later studied at the Telshe Yeshiva in Cleveland, Ohio. He graduated from SUNY with a degree in Psychology. After his marriage to Raizel they moved to Israel and he studied for five years at Brisk.
Rabbi Pliskin currently provides marriage counseling and works with individuals to encourage their personal growth and improvement. The focus of Pliskin's teachings is helping people improve themselves and find happiness. He believes that we must maintain aa positive state of mind, allowing us "to be productive and reach our full potential, achieve our goals and bring out the best in others."
Special Thanks to The Happiness Club & SimpleToRemember.com How to be happy in life. Follow the 9 steps laid out by Rabbi Zelig Pliskin for joy. 1. I think appreciatively and gratefully. What five things am I grateful for now? 2. I speak and act joyfully and kindly
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