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Whence My Help Come: Caregiving In The Jewish Tradition

by Yisrael Kestenbaum

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"Whence My Help Come: Caregiving In The Jewish Tradition" gives those who provide spiritual care, both rabbis and others motivated to serve as instruments of healing, the conceptual models and practical tools to do the holy work of hesed, loving-kindness. It is one thing to have a good heart. It is another to have the sophistication to exercise one's goodness of heart in constructive interventions to promote healing for others in their times of suffering. In this book, "Whence My Help Come: Caregiving In The Jewish Tradition," Rabbi Kestenbaum makes a passionate argument for the Jewish view on pastoral care that is derived from Jewish Scriptures, experience and custom.… (more)
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"Whence My Help Come: Caregiving In The Jewish Tradition" gives those who provide spiritual care, both rabbis and others motivated to serve as instruments of healing, the conceptual models and practical tools to do the holy work of hesed, loving-kindness. It is one thing to have a good heart. It is another to have the sophistication to exercise one's goodness of heart in constructive interventions to promote healing for others in their times of suffering. In this book, "Whence My Help Come: Caregiving In The Jewish Tradition," Rabbi Kestenbaum makes a passionate argument for the Jewish view on pastoral care that is derived from Jewish Scriptures, experience and custom.

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