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This is one of the only books that I've ever read that I couldn't put down!
This true story is about a request made by Mitch Albom's childhood rabbi, Albert Lewis, to deliever his eulogy at his funeral.
This book touches the heart of what brings us together as human beings and the power that comes from serving others.
OMG that book made me cry happy tears. It was such a feel good book.
The characters are well developed. I felt like I was there with him. Read more
Having moved away from my family, and perhaps a little of my faith, I related quite abit about the development of my faith. Read morePublished 1 day ago by nanazuke
Remarkable book. Easy read. Contains a lot. Gave me a real boost. My son who died recently had expressed a strong desire to have faith. He wanted to have faith like Pops (me). Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Wonderful true stories of two men of faith. Beautifully written and appropriate for people of all faiths.Published 2 days ago by Wyoming Miss
As usual Albom leads the reader through character development in bits and pieces until full blossom. Excellent pairing of two distinct men of God.Published 3 days ago by Ron Harris
I thought the book started out slow but by the time I finished it I recommended it to my friends. I truly enjoyed it!Published 4 days ago by Baltohon1
This story really causes you to think about how some people with so little but still have great faith The Rabbi always had such simply answers to the most difficult questions . Read morePublished 5 days ago by Sylviaboddy17