What is “Jewish Spirituality”?
How do I make it part of my life?
spiritual leaders share their ideas and experience.
Whether you are just curious, intently
searching for greater personal meaning, or actively seeking
ideas, information, practices and inspiration to enrich your
spiritual life, The Jewish Lights
Spirituality Handbook is the ideal
companion for your journey as it explores:
Awakening the Possibilities: What Is Jewish Spirituality?
The Worlds of Your Life: Where Is Spirituality Found?
The Times and Seasons of Your Life: When Does Spirituality Enter?
Swords and Plowshares: How to Forge the Tools that Will Make It Happen
So What Do You Do With It? Why Spirituality Should Be Part of Your
Fifty of our foremost spiritual leaders
invite you to explore every aspect of Jewish
spirituality—God, community, prayer, liturgy, healing,
meditation, mysticism, study, Jewish traditions, rituals,
blessings, life passages, special days, the everyday, repairing the
world, and more—offering, in one place, everything you
need to discover all the directions that Jewish spirituality
can go and can take you.
Isa Aron Miriam Carey Berkowitz
Ellen Bernstein Sylvia Boorstein Eugene B.
Borowitz Anne Brener Norman J. Cohen David
A. Cooper Avram Davis Wayne Dosick Edward
Feld Nancy Flam Tamar Frankiel Nan
Fink Gefen Neil Gillman Elyse Goldstein
Arthur Green Judy Greenfeld David Hartman
Mark Hass Lee Myerhoff Hendler Lawrence A.
Hoffman Karyn D. Kedar Lawrence Kushner
Jane Rachel Litman Daniel C. Matt Levi Meier
James L. Mirel Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
Kerry M. Olitzky Jonathan Omer-Man Debra
Orenstein Daniel F. Polish Jack Riemer
Debra Judith Robbins Jeffrey K. Salkin Sandy
Eisenberg Sasso Zalman M. Schachter-Shalomi
Dannel I. Schwartz Sharon L. Sobel Rifat Sonsino
Elie Kaplan Spitz Nathaniel Stampfer Ira
F. Stone Leora Tanenbaum Arthur Waskow
Karen Bonnell Werth Ron Wolfson David Zeller
The royalties from The Jewish Lights Spirituality Handbook are donated by the contributors and
publisher to America’s Jewish seminaries.
“Practical and personal.”
—Jewish Civic Press
“Almost every star [in the Jewish spiritual] revival has contributed at least one essay to this rich anthology.”