Living at God's Speed, Healing in God's Time

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Twenty-Third Publications, Apr 1, 2011 - Religion - 218 pages
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"God's time often differs from our Time," says the author, and in this compelling book (written with Rabbi Akiva Feinstein) he provides spiritual insights about how td cope with constant change and the worry about the future that comes with it. His hope is that when using this book, readers will become increasingly aware of God at work in the universe and within the context and changes of their own lives. He believes that this growing awareness will make a profound difference in the way they live.
 

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When this book was first brought to my attention and recommended to me by a co-worker I thought that it would be a quick read, a "one and done" self help manual that quickly found its permanent spot on my home library shelf. Nothing about that initial assesment could have been further from the truth. In the short three month time period that I have owned it, I have read it thru from cover to cover twice and have loaned it out to family/friends on three occasions........ it doesn't get returned easily!!!!
If you're looking for a Holiday gift idea that will bolden and empower everday people like yourself to deal with the complex issues of fear, worry, decisions, and the very meaning of life in itself....... your search has ended...... Period! Dot!
 

Contents

Living in the inbetween time
7
The acorn and the oak tree
14
Learn to appreciate lifes natural rhythm and cycles
20
Multiple truths
26
Life just happens
36
Joy
155
Life moves
163
Already good
172
Life is too short
179
Cut your heroes some slack
185
Looking backfrom the moon
192
Wag more bark less
200
Reflect upon three things
207
Conclusion
213
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About the author (2011)

Rabbi Akiva Feinstein is a chaplain at NCJW/Montefiore Hospice, Beachwood, Ohio. He is a part of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland's Chaplaincy program, visiting patients at Cleveland Clinic Health System and University Hospitals.

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