The first authentic guide to the practice of Judaism and Zen and the ways in which they can heal your life. The book shows how these practices illuminate and challenge one another, and how they address the primal questions that drive your life and provide keys to the struggles we face each day. Each chapter deals with a different life issue, such as loneliness, cravings, conflict, relationships, marriage, family and ways of healing suffering.
A Jewish heart is warm, giving, devoted to family and friends; a Zen eye is fresh, direct, spontaneous and in the moment. These practices are like two wings of a bird; both are needed to be able to fly.
Causes Brenda Shoshanna Supports
Hunger Projects, City Harvest, Interfaith Dialogue,