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Joyfully Jewish

Author : Rae Shagalov
ISBN : 1937472035
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"Joyfully Jewish" is the first coloring book for adults in the "Color Your Soul" series of family and adult coloring books that integrate the relaxing, meditative art of coloring with deep chassidic secrets of Judaism. It includes more than 40 fun designs to color and unique Jewish quotes from contemporary Jewish masters written in beautiful calligraphy. This coloring book for grownups and families is a relaxing, uplifting and meditative introduction to Jewish spirituality. Coloring for relaxation and stress relief is a peaceful, meditative activity. As you color in the pages, contemplate the Artnotes thoughts on them and try to internalize them. If you're doing this as a family activity, discuss the ideas while you color them in together. Afterwards, hang up these beautiful family treasures around your home to set a Joyfully Jewish tone. The designs are printed on one side of the page only to prevent bleed-through in this adult coloring book for relaxation.

Create Your Joyfully Jewish Life

Author : Rae Shagalov
ISBN : 1937472051
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Create Your Joyfully Jewish Life in 30 Days! Inspirational strategies, 30 creative Jewish Soul Adventures & Relaxing coloring pages to enjoy, including: --Beautiful calligraphy Torah Artnotes to inspire you --Guided meditations to reduce stress and anxiety, --Creative action steps to improve your life in just 5-10 minutes each day! --Mini Retreats for your soul --7 Spiritual Super Powers to help you live a soul-guided life!

Hope Into Practice Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite Our Fears

Author : Penny Rosenwasser
ISBN : 9780988918726
Genre : Psychology
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Anchored in Jewish ethical tradition, community-building, and an activist’s call to repair the world, “Hope into Practice” is about human liberation, linking personal healing with social justice. It also asks Jewish women to love ourselves enough to face our fears without acting on them—expanding our sense of possibility, empowering our activism. This book brings to life an irresistible blend of healing stories, fascinating history, and a fair-minded perspective on Israel-Palestine. It also includes an extensive Action-Oriented Reader's Guide, for groups and individuals. "'Thank you' is what I thought I was supposed to say when told I didn't 'look Jewish.'" What will make it irresistible for Jewish women to free ourselves of internalized anti-Semitism? This book's bottom line is that the better we feel about who we are and where we come from, the better we’ll treat other people—and the more positive/powerful our activism will be in creating a just and generous world, plus the more joyful, expansive and meaningful our own lives will be.
Category: Psychology

Til Faith Do Us Part

Author : Naomi Schaefer Riley
ISBN : 9780199978090
Genre : Social Science
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In the last decade, 45% of all marriages in the U.S. were between people of different faiths. The rapidly growing number of mixed-faith families has become a source of hope, encouraging openness and tolerance among religious communities that historically have been insular and suspicious of other faiths. Yet as Naomi Schaefer Riley demonstrates in 'Til Faith Do Us Part, what is good for society as a whole often proves difficult for individual families: interfaith couples, Riley shows, are less happy than others and certain combinations of religions are more likely to lead to divorce. Drawing on in-depth interviews with married and once-married couples, clergy, counselors, sociologists, and others, Riley shows that many people enter into interfaith marriages without much consideration of the fundamental spiritual, doctrinal, and practical issues that divide them. Couples tend to marry in their twenties and thirties, a time when religion diminishes in importance, only to return to faith as they grow older and raise children, suffer the loss of a parent, or experience other major life challenges. Riley suggests that a devotion to diversity as well as to a romantic ideal blinds many interfaith couples to potential future problems. Even when they recognize deeply held differences, couples believe that love conquers all. As a result, they fail to ask the necessary questions about how they will reconcile their divergent worldviews-about raising children, celebrating holidays, interacting with extended families, and more. An obsession with tolerance at all costs, Riley argues, has made discussing the problems of interfaith marriage taboo. 'Til Faith Do Us Part is a fascinating exploration of the promise and peril of interfaith marriage today. It will be required reading not only for interfaith couples or anyone considering interfaith marriage, but for all those interested in learning more about this significant, yet understudied phenomenon and the impact it is having on America.
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The Coloring Book Of Jewish Symbols

Author : M. G. Anthony
ISBN : 9781682611913
Genre : Games
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This coloring book will take you on a meaningful journey utilizing five key Jewish symbols. As you color the Shalom section of the book, perhaps try to drown out all the noise around you and allow this expedition to bring you some inner peace. The Shofar is not simply a ram’s horn. Its sound and symbolism are meant to penetrate our souls. The Hamsa amulet is a talisman utilized by some in Judaism and other religions to guard against negative energy. It is clearly meant to signify protection in a chaotic universe. Chai means “living” or “alive;” it signifies the life force that drives us, that compels us to keep going. There are few symbols as lively as the Star of David, which has become the emblem of Judaism and modern Jewish identity.
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Living A Joyous Life

Author : David Aaron
ISBN : 9781590303955
Genre : Religion
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Secular and religious Jews alike will find fresh wisdom and insight in Rabbi David Aaron's new book in which he reveals the joy that living a Jewish life can bring. With his characteristic humor and enthusiasm, Rabbi Aaron looks at some key, and often misunderstood, aspects of Jewish practice-our relationship with God, Torah study, prayer, observance of the Sabbath, and keeping kosher-and shows us how they give us the framework to find and express the Godliness within us. Rabbi Aaron's book is a warm invitation to those struggling to find fresh meaning in Jewish observance.
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Author : Michael Saag
ISBN : 9781626340657
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A Memoir and a ManifestoPositive traces the life of Michael S. Saag, MD, an internationally known expert on the virus that causes AIDS, but the book is more than a memoir: through his story, Dr. Saag also shines a light on the dysfunctional US healthcare system, proposing optimistic yet realistic remedies drawn from his distinguished medical career.Mike Saag began his medical residency in 1981, within days of the Centers for Disease Control’s first report of a mysterious “gay cancer” killing young men. Soon, the young doctor’s career was yoked to the epidemic. His life’s work became turning the most deadly virus in human history into a chronic, manageable disease.In the lab at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Dr. Saag and colleagues made seminal early discoveries about the elusive virus. And at the AIDS clinic he founded, Dr. Saag met people whose fight against a virtual death sentence touched his heart and inspired him to work even harder. As his career stretched across three decades, Dr. Saag found himself battling another foe, this one almost as pernicious as AIDS itself: a broken healthcare system shaped more by politicians, insurers, and lobbyists than by patients’ needs.Positive is Dr. Saag’s tribute to the unforgettable patients he has known and an urgent call to create a comprehensive, compassionate, accessible healthcare system in the name of those we can save today.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Studies In American Jewish Literature In Honor Of Sarah Blacher Cohen

Author : Carole Kessner
ISBN : 9781557535894
Genre : History
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Scholar, teacher, playwright, and editor, Sarah Blacher Cohen was one of the earliest champions of the study of American Jewish literature, a field of academic study that has been in existence for barely thirty-five years. Over the years until her premature death in 2008, she contributed to the discipline in a profusion of genres, from scholarly to popular, from essay to drama, writing or editing seven books of her own. She also wrote and produced several plays with her longtime collaborator, Joanne B. Koch. This special volume (29) of the annual, Studies in American Jewish Literature (ISSN 0271-9274), the journal edited by Daniel Walden, contains a range of tributes from her many friends and colleagues.
Category: History

Funny It Doesn T Sound Jewish

Author : Jack Gottlieb
ISBN : 9780791485026
Genre : Music
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Documents the influence of Jewish music on American popular song.
Category: Music

Judaica Jewish Coloring Book For Grown Ups

Author : Aliyah Schick
ISBN : 0988273101
Genre : Religion
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More than a simple coloring book, the Judaica Jewish Coloring Book for Grown Ups is designed to provide you with an easy, creative path for stress reduction, Jewish meditation, spiritual renewal, Shabbat peace, and healing. Color these beautiful drawings and experience your own deep connection to Jewish heritage, community, and kavannah. The Judaica Jewish Coloring Book for Grown Ups celebrates the many familiar symbols and expressions of Judaism: menorah, dreidel, mezuzah, Torah scrolls, ark, Shabbat candles, tree of life, star of David, alefbet, chai, shofar, ten commandments tablets, kiddush cup, shalom, Temple wall, Havdalah candle, Shabbat Shalom, mazel tov, L'shana tova, Ani l'dodi. Spend quiet, peaceful, meditative time immersed in your Jewish heritage. Perhaps you will discover a new perspective on how Judaism enriches your life.
Category: Religion