Rabbi Meir's Meaning in Mitzvot column, featured on OU Torah, is based on his two-volume book "Meaning in Mitzvot - Following the 221 chapters of the Kitzur Shulchan Arukh," published in 2005 and distributed by Feldheim. The book is available in Jewish bookstores worldwide.
Now Meaning in Mitzvot is available additionally as an ebook for Kindle, tablet computers and other electronic readers through Amazon, ibooks, Google Play and B&N.
Meaning in Mitzvot's lucid and vivid commentary makes the daily practices of Judaism accessible and meaningful. The book follows the 221 chapters of Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried's classic Kitzur Shulchan Arukh, encompassing the entire range of Jewish observance including prayer and holidays, kashrut and family purity, marriage customs, mourning and many other topics. Rabbi Meir draws on a variety of sources including Talmudic insights, Aggadah, Midrash, classic commentaries and Chasidic masterpieces.