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The Grief Journey and the Afterlife: Jewish…

The Grief Journey and the Afterlife: Jewish Pastoral Care for Bereavement…

by Simcha Paull Raphael

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"Simcha Paull Raphael is a skilled and compassionate guide to the terrain of grief. His elegant weaving of Jewish custom, psychological wisdom and visions of the afterlife provides an invaluable resource for anyone caring for Jewish mourners on their path from loss toward wholeness." --- Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman, author of Jewish Wisdom for Growing Older: Finding Your Grit and Grace Beyond Midlife "This is a book that will be an invaluable resource, not only for pastoral counselors, but for all of us who are facing our mortality. In it, Simcha Paull Raphael unpacks the wisdom that is contained within the Jewish tradition of death and dying, and teaches us how these insights can bring health and healing in our time. This is a wise and a helpful book, and should be cherished." --- Rabbi Jack Riemer, editor of Jewish Reflections on Death

(retrieved from Amazon Tue, 01 Sep 2015 10:38:05 -0400)

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