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Posted December 24, 1999
A Profoundly Moving Book that Challenges Readers to Think
In this latest work, Rabbi Wolpe deftly discusses the notion of 'loss' and how it pertains to many aspects of life. Though the title itself might cause one to think that the subject matter is solely about sadness and pain, the author shows (quite clearly) that loss is a natural outgrowth of experiencing life. All transitions involve some bit of loss as we move from stage to stage; Wolpe analyzes this phenomenon by addressing losses in chapters concerning Home, Dreams, Self, Love, Faith and Life. For anyone who has experienced life's ups and downs to any degree can identify with the inspiring teaching contained within this book. Making Loss Matter is a worthy read, and should prompt its readers to examine their lives more carefully, with an eye toward recognizing and acknowledging the blessings that they truly do have.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.