Cynthia R. Rosenthal,
"My father died on October 3, 1997. A few days
later a dear friend gave me the book Remember My Soul and strongly
suggested I read it. Each day as I would read a passage, I sensed my
father,s presence. After the
thirty days, though I still missed my father, the void I felt was less
intense. I began to move forward with my life."
“As a therapist and as a mourner, I related to your
book in many ways. It helps a person through the steps of mourning
and, to some degree, the acceptance of the loss and incorporation of
positive memories and lessons"
"During the shiva for my father people were well
meaning, but I was lost within myself. After my fathers death I felt a
great need to do something. I am indebted to you for giving me your
book so that I could learn to do something meaningful to me and
relevant to my fathers memory."
Dr. Sonya Friedman,
Director of Jewish Hospice Services, Hospice of Michigan
"Remember My Soul teaches the bereaved to harness the
rich resources of Jewish spirituality: It demonstrates how to turn the
pain of losing a dear one into a vehicle for human wholeness."
Sarah C. Radcliffe,
Family Therapist and author
"Remember My Soul is for all who have ever lost a loved
one. It reveals the mysteries of the eternal journey of the soul, in
ways that will forever change our daily lives."