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The Shema In The Mezuzah

Author : Sandy Eisenberg Sasso
ISBN : 9781580235068
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Grandma tells Annie a story to explain how, a long time ago, a wise rabbi settled an argument between two groups of townspeople who could not agree on how to hang a mezuzah.

Successful Synagogue Fundraising Today

Author : Rabbi David A. Mersky
ISBN : 9781580238564
Genre : Religion
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A practical, step-by-step approach to fundraising programs and systems that can help your synagogue achieve growth and sustainability. Outlines ways to create excitement about new models of fundraising, set up a comprehensive development program, train volunteers and staff, and find and engage current and prospective donors.

Honey From The Rock

Author : Lawrence Kushner
ISBN : 9781580230735
Genre : Religion
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The noted spiritual teacher and author of God Was in This Place and Invisible Lines of Connection offers an incisive introduction to the ten gates of Jewish mysticism that explains how it relates to everyday life. Reprint.

Jewish Wisdom For Growing Older

Author : Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman, MSW, MA, BCC
ISBN : 9781580238199
Genre : Religion
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Offers inspiration and guidance to help you make greater meaning and flourish amid the challenges of aging. It taps ancient Jewish wisdom for values, tools and precedents to frame new callings and beginnings, shifting family roles, and experiences of illness and death. For seekers of all faiths; for personal use and caregiving settings

The Jewish Approach To God

Author : Neil Gillman
ISBN : 9781580231909
Genre : Religion
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Discusses various ways the Jewish people have understood God, and how to build on these lessons to explore and deepen personal spirituality.

May God Remember

Author : Lawrence A. Hoffman
ISBN : 9781580236898
Genre : Religion
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Engaging and sobering. Traces the development of Yizkor from the original memorializing of Jewish communities destroyed by the Crusaders to the touching service we have today, and reflects on how we remember both personal losses and the martyrs of history.

The Garden Of Time

Author : Jill Hammer
ISBN : 155896729X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Looks at Judaism, the calendar, and Jewish holidays in the form of a story about Adam and Eve walking through the Garden of Eden.

Jewish Detective Stories For Kids

Author : Dvora Waysman
ISBN : 193014315X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Presents a collection of mystery stories that include Jewish characters.

Pray Tell

Author : Jules Harlow
ISBN : 1580231632
Genre : Religion
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A women's commentary on the content and meaning of prayer in Judaism. $20,000 initial Ad/PR budget, 12-city National Tour.

Mirrors In Time

Author : Joel David Ziff
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018398292
Genre : Religion
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The Jewish mystical tradition regards the rituals and stories of the Holy Day cycle as symbolic representations of internal spiritual and psychological development, helping us to translate the experience into the language of contemporary psychological theories. Joel Ziff draws from his rich knowledge of psychology and his fluency with text to present us with Mirrors in Time, a practical guide that integrates the wisdom of the Jewish mystical tradition with contemporary psychological perspectives, illustrated with clinical examples. The Holy Days provide a context that offers similar opportunities to those experienced in psychotherapy, creating time to reflect upon the nature of challenges we face, and to consider how we might best respond. The texts of Jewish tradition describe a process through rituals, images, stories, and symbols. These can be difficult to understand because they are ancient, agrarian, hierarchical, and patriarchal in nature. Contemporary psychological perspectives can often articulate obscure mystical concepts. In his effort to translate the ideas of such mystical thinkers as Shneur Zalman of Lyady into a modern, twentieth-century framework, Ziff includes theories developed by Freud, Jung, Assagioli, Perls, Erickson, and their students. The unique character of each Holy Day is experienced in the context of one's journey through the year; a journey that includes births and deaths beginnings and endings, opportunities and crises, successes and failures. We recreate and reinvent ourselves, giving birth to new identity. In Mirrors in Time: A Psycho-Spiritual Journey through the Jewish Year, Joel Ziff shows us how each Holy Day represents a specific milestone in this psychospiritual process. The unique rituals, symbols, and stories of each Holy Day help us identify the particular nature and challenges of each stage as well as connecting us with the appropriate aspect of Divinity to support us in meeting those challenges.

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