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A noted rabbi explains how to reclaim and revitalize the spiritual practices of the Jewish tradition, presenting simple exercises and suggestions that draw on traditional sources to help Jews discover the vibrant message of the Jewish way
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From the author of Living Judaism : The first easy-to-use guide to reclaiming and renewing the spiritual practices that can make everday life whole and holy -- within the Jewish tradition.
Dosick eloquently argues that with the Jewish Renewal and Chavurah movements, Judaism is on the threshold of the next stage of its history -- that of Spiritual (or Soul) Judaism. Institutional Judaism today, he observes, leaves many Jews spiritually empty and seeking sustenance elsewhere. What is needed is the "right Judaism," a spirituality that is already in the tradition: in texts, prayers, rituals, practices, music and "sounds of silence" -- a Judaism of sacred pathways that lead each person to a celebratory experience of community and an intimate relationship with God. Dosick's lively, do-it yourself approach to spirituality is full of simple exercises and suggestions to help every Jew discover the rich and vibrant meaning of the Jewish way and incorporate it into everyday life.
"The old must be made new, and the new must be made sacred": Dosick makes legendary Rav Kook's challenge relevant today. Here, he shows how the vital connection to the sacred can be rejuvenated and practiced day to day.About the Author:
Rabbi Wayne Dosick is the Spiritual Guide of the Elijah Minyan and an adjunct professor of Jewish Studies at the University of San Diego.
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Book Description Harpercollins, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0060619562