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Lori Palatnik

Full Name: Lori Palatnik
Number of Works: 5
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ISBN: 1602040141, 9781602040144
Keywords: shiva, inspiration, stages, jewish, mourning, reflection, path, soul, memory, loved, one, remember
Pages: 246
Published: 2008

Newly revised and expanded, this book has helped thousands of people to find comfort and meaning in the loss of a loved one.Remember My Soul provides the comforting voice of wisdom at life's most painful moment.People who have suffered a recent loss--and those for whom a distant loss continues to be a struggle--find in these pages insight, inspiration and resolution.Remember My Soul (Revised and Expanded) includes:A guided journey through shiva and the stages of Jewish mourningA thirty-day guided path of insight and reflection based on the ancient tradition for benefiting the soul of the depar
ISBN: 1881927350, 9781881927358
Keywords: soul, remember
Pages: 246
Published: 1998

Newly revised and expanded, this book has helped thousands find comfort at life s most painful moment. The Palatniks, who regularly counsel individuals and families who are dealing with the loss of a loved one, offer a guided journey through the various stages of mourning, a diary of remembrance in which to note one s reflections on the deceased, and inspiring readings designed to help the mourner adjust and cope.
ISBN: 0967655455, 9780967655451
Keywords: shabbat, diner, holy
Pages: Unknown
Published: 1999

The "Holy Diner" is a user -friendly guide to Judaism on 20 audiocassette tapes. With humor and memorable quotes, the series offers valuable and inspiring insights into the fascinating world of Judaism and how it applies to our modern lives. Each tape in the "Holy Diner" series dispels common misconceptions and answers questions about the topic of discussion. What real function could the Sabbath possibly have in our every day, modern lives? Lori Palatnik shares the answer in her compelling discussion about the Sabbath