Moments of the Heart: Four Relationships Everyone Should Have to Live Wholeheartedly

Moments of the Heart: Four Relationships Everyone Should Have to Live Wholeheartedly

by Dorice Horenstein

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Overview

There are many paths to Jewish ideals, and Moments of the Heart, 2020 Gold winner of the Nonfiction Book Awards, takes readers by the hand in a non-intimidating way to explore Jewish thoughts, choose a kinder life, and be empowered.




Our heart has a tremendous influence on how we view life, how we act, and how we build relationships. Just as the heart has four chambers, Moments of the Heart lays out four different types of relationships: with oneself, with others, with the Creator, and once-in-a-life time moments that define people. Each chamber contains several entries introducing topics that stem from Jewish thought and practice that inspire readers to live their best lives, utilizing Hebrew knowledge, wisdom, and word play to dig deep, explore, and bring light to a concept. Native Israeli and educator Dorice Horenstein provides a self-empowering road map that leads readers towards the positive aspects of their lives with a "Lev Moment" opportunity at the end of each entry that sparks questioning, presents tangible tools and activities, and jump starts reflection to aid personal exploration. Approachable and inviting to both secular readers and all walks of faith who wish to cultivate a deeper ethical awareness and spiritual connection, Moments of the Heart serves to encourage everyone to live fully and wholeheartedly―heart, mind, and soul.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781642794038
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Publication date: 11/05/2019
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dorice Horenstein is a master teacher. She received her BA in English Literature and a certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language and has taught hundreds of children and adults (Jews and non-Jews) the gems of Judaism, with an emphasis on the Hebrew language. Dorice has worked in synagogues and a private school, led sessions for NewCAJE and Spring Conference of the North by Northwest Region of Women’s League of Conservative Judaism organizations, and was the Education Director at a synagogue in Portland, Oregon, for sixteen years. Together with her husband, Dorice has three children and resides in Portland, Oregon.

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