"A conversation among the giants of the Jewish healing movement. Jewish professionals and lay leaders alike, along with clinicians and all those who have had encounters with medicine will appreciate the depth and the humanity, the challenges articulated and the synergy engendered by this discourse on the science and art of healing."
Rabbi Mari Chernow, senior rabbi, Temple Chai (Phoenix)
"A rigorous intellectual and emotional journey. Expands the field considerably, as midrashJewish loreallows emphasis on empathy. An exploration of some of the finest minds (and hearts) into a new chapter of Jewish bioethics."
Rabbi Joseph B. Meszler, author, Facing Illness, Finding God: How Judaism Can Help You and Caregivers Cope When Body or Spirit Fails
"A synergistic interplay of simultaneously personal and scholarly reflections from an international group of seasoned, intelligent, caring voices. Perusing this rich compilation of fresh source material and nuanced insights is like joining a leading-edge conversationor at least like sitting within a couple of rows of the lively, collaborative roundtable."
Rabbi Natan Fenner, BCC, founding editor, Bay Area Jewish Healing Center's Torah Reflections
“Explores a wide range of thought about how we use language, image and story to make meaning in the midst of illness, aging, healing and caregiving.”
Rabbi Nancy Flam, codirector of programs, Institute for Jewish Spirituality
“Presents inspiring and beautifully crafted essays and stories on subjects that touch all realms of the human conditionthe physical, the emotional, the mental and the spiritual. This powerful book provides the opportunity to engage in the extraordinary Jewish tradition of story making, interpreting and reframing to bring meaning and wholeness into our lives.”
Sharona Silverman, MPH, director, Deutsch Family Shalom Center, Temple Chai (Phoenix)