Tomer Deborah an excellent work, since it constitutes, on the one hand, a treatise on ethics and refinement of character, as well as an original exposition of the deepest ideas of Kabbalah and the moral implications that this has in the area of ben adam le'jaberó, (relationships with others).
Its author, Rabbi Moshé Cordovero (1522-1570), also known as Ramak, was one of the most prominent Kabbalists of the modern era. A contemporary of the Arizal (Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, 1534-1572), he was regarded as zaken ha’mekubalim, the great Kabbalah teacher of the 16th century before the appearance of the Arizal in Jewish history. He was the first systematic expositor of the complex set of Kabbalah concepts.
Hebrew - Spanish.
With comments and explanations.
Translation and comments to the work: Aryeh Coffman.
Deluxe Edition, Hardcover.