Tag Archives: Jewish Grief

Which Jewish Funeral Traditions Help People Overcome a Fear of Death?

An interview with Rabbi Me'irah, Part Two

Today, SevenPonds speaks with Rabbi Me’irah, a San Francisco-based rabbi and visual artist. After earning a master’s degree in social work from Portland State University, Rabbi Me’irah spent 15 years in the field. Along the way, she reconnected with her spirituality and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without by Natasha Josefowitz

One woman's grief over the loss of her husband is shared in page by page moments

The book, “Living Without the One You Cannot Live Without,“ is visually written to appear like poetry, but it’s not really poetry as we know it. Yet there is indeed something poetic about its approach. More stream of consciousness, with carefully … Continue reading

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