The Bridge to Forgiveness: Stories and Prayers for Finding God and Restoring Wholeness

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Jewish Lights Publishing
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6.29 X 9.0 X 0.39 inches | 0.57 pounds

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About the Author

Rabbi Karyn D. Kedar teaches matters of the spirit to groups throughout the U.S. She is senior rabbi at Congregation B'nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim in the Chicago area, and the inspiring author of The Bridge to Forgiveness: Stories and Prayers for Finding God and Restoring Wholeness; Our Dance with God: Finding Prayer, Perspective and Meaning in the Stories of Our Lives and God Whispers: Stories of the Soul, Lessons of the Heart and contributed to May God Remember: Memory and Memorializing in Judaism-Yizkor; Who by Fire, Who by Water-Un'taneh Tokef and All These Vows-Kol Nidre (all Jewish Lights).


"Lovely ... a perfect companion on the path to forgiveness, from those very difficult first steps to the ever-lighter steps that ultimately lead to peace, joy and wholeness."
--Marcia Ford, author, The Sacred Art of Forgiveness: Forgiving Ourselves and Others through God's Grace

"Heartfelt, soulful ... her insights are gentle and piercing. [This] is not simply a book to read, it is a journey to take."
--Rabbi Rami Shapiro, author, The Sacred Art of Lovingkindness: Preparing to Practice

"Insightful, honest, frank ... will comfort anyone, from any spiritual background, who is struggling with the issue of forgiveness and will guide them toward healing. This is a beautiful book!"
--Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times coauthor, Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul

"A beautiful book that will make a lasting impression on your life. Highly recommended."
--Robert L. Veninga, author, A Gift of Hope: How We Survive Our Tragedies

"Rabbi Kedar is that longed-for neighbor or girlfriend or aunt who--through gentle poetry and the honesty of stories--tells us what we need to hear in a way we are able to truly listen."
--Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin, author, Tears of Sorrow, Seeds of Hope: A Jewish Spiritual Companion for Infertility and Pregnancy Loss

"A profound understanding of the practice of forgiveness as a healing discipline. If you carry anger in your heart, you must read this book. Whether you seek forgiveness, preach it, teach it or are gathering the courage to offer it, you cannot afford to be without it."
--David Gottlieb, coauthor, Letters to a Buddhist Jew