Mourning & Mitzvah (2nd Edition): A Guided Journal for Walking the Mourner’s Path Through Grief to Healing


For those who mourn a death, for those who would help them and for those who face a loss of any kind, Mourning & Mitzvah teaches you the power and strength available to you in the fully experienced mourning process.

When the temple stood in the ancient city of Jerusalem, mourners walked through the gates and into the courtyard along a specifically designated mourner’s path.

As they walked, they came face to face with all the other members of the community, who greeted them with the ancestor of the blessing, “May God comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.” In this way, the community embraced those suffering bereavement, yet allowed for unique experiences of grief.

In this new and expanded edition of a modern classic, Anne Brener brings us an innovative integration of Jewish tradition and modern professional resources. It gives spiritual insight and healing wisdom to those in our own time who mourn a death, to those who who would help them and to those who face a loss of any kind.

By Rabbi Anne Brener (Author), Rabbi William Cutter, Ph.D (Contributor), and Rabbi Jack Riemer (Contributor)

Paperback, 304 pages


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