Yiddish is a remarkable language, and it is filled with idiomatic expressions and proverbs, such as a gezunter oreman, a dinst bie a rov ken oich paskenen shailos. Rabbi Cohen
starts with the premise that Yiddish is a holy language and that its
sayings are rooting in Tanach, the Talmud, and Midrash. In this Hebrew
sefer, he gives the Yiddish phrase, and then traces its sources. Interesting! Informative! Fascinating!