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100 Blessings Every Day

Daily Twelve Step Recovery Affirmations, Exercises for Personal Growth & Renewal Reflecting Seasons of the Jewish Year

Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky
Foreword by Rabbi Neil Gillman
Afterword by Jay M. Holder, DC, CAd, PhD

4.5 x 6.5, 432 pp, Quality Paperback, 978-1-879045-30-9

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This book is not just for Jewish people.
It is for all people who would gain strength to heal and insight
from the Jewish tradition.
Using a one-day-at-a-time monthly format, a spiritual leader who continues to reach out to addicted people, and all those seeking spiritual renewal, reflects on the rhythm of the Jewish calendar with recovering people and other teachers. Together they bring insight to recovery from addictions and compulsive behaviors of all kinds. This sensitive volume soars with the spirit of the Jewish soul and year. Its “exercises” help us move from thinking to doing.
“A double blessing.... Linking the daily renewal of the Twelve Step program with the rhythmic cadences and thematic content of the Jewish calendar is a stroke of genius.”
Laurence J. O’Connell, PhD, STD, President & CEO,
The Park Ridge Center for the Study of Health, Faith, and Ethics
“Your quotations are extremely powerful and your commentary meaningful…. One of the most moving documents I have ever read.”
Dr. David Ellenson, professor of religious thought, HUC–JIR, Los Angeles
“I love the format…and the way you have tied recovery principles to use on a day-to-day basis.”
Harriet Rosetto, director, Gateways Beit T’shuvah
“I do believe that you have indeed captured the nuances of the month.”
Rabbi Ron Issacs, Temple Sholom, Bridgewater, NJ
“Fascinating and enjoyable to read…rather thought-provoking.”
Dr. Robert W. Deutsch, Private Interventions for Public People
“Will undoubtedly help addictive Jews more comfortably avail themselves of the most effective means of controlling such compulsive behavior—the 12-step program, initially developed by Alcoholics Anonymous.”
Bernard Reisman, Klutznick Professor of Contemporary Jewish Studies, Brandeis University
“A wealth of spiritual and motivational material in an excellent and useful format.”
Dr. Moses Pfefferman, chair, UJA/Federation Task Force on Addictions

 

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