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A baby's death upsets the natural order of life. In spite of medical advances, more than one quarter of all pregnant women will at one time or another experience miscarriage, still birth or infant death." Thus writes Rabbi Yamin Levy in his eloquent, moving book, Confronting The Loss of A Baby: A Jewish Perspective. Writing from personal experience and within the framework of Jewish Law (Halacha), Rabbi Levy's voice is sensitive and compassionate. He offers solace to parents whose hopes and dreams have been shattered by the loss of a child by offering counsel both practical and spiritual to enable them to move from the initial trauma to eventual resolution and healing. As some one who has traveled this tortuous path, he understands only too well the depth of pain involved. In addition to helping grieving parents, Rabbi Levy offers advice to family and friends, suggesting appropriate and effective ways to help those struggling with intense grief.
Hardcover. 155 pages.
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