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Remember My Soul: What to Do in Memory of a Loved One- A Path of Reflection and Inspiration for Shiva, the Stages of Jewish Mourning, and Beyond Paperback – October 1, 2006

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 246 pages
  • Publisher: Leviathan Press; Revised and Expanded edition (October 1, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1881927350
  • ISBN-13: 978-1881927358
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 7 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,262 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Lori Palatnik is a writer and Jewish educator who has appeared on television and radio, and is the author of several books; including her latest, "Turn Your Husband Into Your Soul Mate". She is a much sought-after international speaker, having lectured in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, U.K., Central America, South America, South Africa and Israel, including featured talks at Yale, Brown and Penn.
She lives in the Washington, D.C. area with her husband, Rabbi Yakov Palatnik.
Lori is the Founder of The Jewish Women's Renaissance Project, an international initiative that has brought thousands of women to Israel each year from 19 different countries on highly subsidized programs to inspire them with the beauty and wisdom of their heritage. She is the busy mother of five children, ages 27 to 17; and her son, Zev, served as a sharpshooter in the IDF. Her weekly video blog, "Lori Almost Live" is a popular feature on the Internet, viewed by over 50,000 people each month. In 2014, Lori was named as one of the ten "Women to Watch" by Jewish Women International in recognition of her contribution to Jewish women throughout the world and Hadassah just recently named Lori as one of the "Most Outstanding Jewish American Women of Our Time."

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They say death and taxes are the only things one can be sure of. But when the death of a close friend or loved one happens, it can leave us feeling lost and bewildered. "Remember My Soul" is a book of direction through the painful journey of mourning. Each of 30 days is examined allowing the reader to take as little as 5 minutes to (?) per day to study a specific Torah subject "in this person's memory". Each day culminates with a "diary of remembrance" that invites your memories of the deceased, and how they relate to each day's lesson. After the death of my 15yr old nephew Joshua, this book helped my family through those helpless days of awkward adjustment. I recommend this book not only for the Jewish person struggling through Shiva and mourning, but non-Jews (as myself) can benefit from the ageless wisdom and inspiration from the Torah.
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Lori Palatnik's book Remember My Soul can do wonders for anyone trying to recover from the loss of a loved one. Her unique book actually lets you record memories of that person that you can keep forever. While recording these memories may be initially painful, they will be a source of strength, happiness, and a constant reference for whenever you want to remember your loved one. Buy it for yourself or someone else you care about today.
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My brother bought this book for me after my fathers passing and it has been a blessing. It has taught me so much about my Judisim, it has helped me to begin to work through the mouning of my dad and it is possibly helping my dad as well, which is a great feeling to have. It is a great book, give it a try.. Thanks Adam, I love you.
Sheri
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...a Path of Reflection and Inspiration for Shiva, the Stages of Jewish Mourning, and Beyond

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: A Late Night Call from a Neighbor

Section 1: What Happens After You Die?

Section 2: What to Do in Memory of a Loved One: A Thirty-Day Path of Reflection, Inspiration, and Personal Growth

Section 3: A Guided Journey through Shiva and the Stages of Jewish Mourning

Section 4: Questions People Ask
- The Ten Most Commonly Asked Questions about Burial, Shiva, and Mourning
- The Ten Most Commonly Asked Questions about Death
- The Ten Most Commonly Asked Questions about the Afterlife

Section 5: Reflections: Looking Back on the Loss of a Loved One

Remembering Always
Notes
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During the devastating period of time when I lost my father suddenly, this book really helped me work through the pain and the void I felt. I looked forward to learning more interesting information every day.
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I bought this book for my wife who was recently bereaved of her father.
A close friend lent her Remember My Soul when she expressed a wish to learn more
about the Jewish way in mourning.
She has found it of great continuing comfort and support,gently instructive at this most difficult of times in her life.
I thought we should also possess a copy.
Buying via Amazon was simple, effective and the seller most efficient, the book arriving at our front
door shortly after I ordered.
For those wishing to know and understand more about Jewish mourning customs, this is a valuable ally and Amazon and the seller make it simple to acquire.
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Lori Palatnik's book is a must-have for all personal Jewish Libraries. The insights are deep yet explained in simple easy to understand terms.
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By JG on March 21, 2011
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Reading this book was an informative solace at a most difficult time. Most of us will suffer the loss of a loved one at some point in our lives, this book helped me deal with that emotional turmoil. I highly recommend it.
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