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Rabbi Tovah Feldner and her husband, Dan Goldin, love each other. Even at the moment when Dan is planning to leave his wife and two small children, their love is still evident Dan has deep emotional hurts he has never shared. Now he feels he must set out on a search to solve the physical problem of their three-year-old daughter Leah, born prematurely, and with Cerebral Pal ...more
Paperback, 318 pages
Published October 6th 2011 by Gray Matter Consultants LLC
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Brenda has written a compelling search for identity. Tovah confronts her spiritual needs as they relate to her rabbinical position as her convert orphaned husband learns about his birth mother. I was engaged throughout.
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Brenda Barrie first and very early career included work as an advertising copy writer, Time magazine researcher and book reviewer. Following that she and her husband, Sid Bursten moved from Western Canada to the States where their daughters were born and where Brenda attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison, although only earned her B.A. after returning to her home town of Winnipeg Manitoba
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