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Overcoming life's disappointments e-book

Author:

Harold Kushner

Language:

English

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Spirituality

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1531 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

Books on Tape; Unabridged edition (2006)

ISBN:

1415930821

Overcoming life's disappointments e-book

by Harold Kushner


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With Kushner’s signature warmth, Overcoming Life’s Disappointments is a book of spiritual wisdom-as practical as it. .

With Kushner’s signature warmth, Overcoming Life’s Disappointments is a book of spiritual wisdom-as practical as it is inspiring. The beloved author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People, Rabbi Harold S. Kushner here turns to the experience of Moses to find the requisite lessons of strength and faith-the lessons that teach us how to overcome the disappointments that life inherently brings.

Overcoming Life's Disappointments (. ISBN 1-4000-3336-5) is a 2006 book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative rabbi

Overcoming Life's Disappointments (. ISBN 1-4000-3336-5) is a 2006 book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative rabbi. Kushner addresses in the book the question of how to cope when disappointing things happen to you. He uses Biblical examples, such as how Moses coped with being denied entrance to The Promised Land, as well as secular examples, such as how Abraham Lincoln coped with depression.

Title: Overcoming Life's Disappointments By: Harold S. Kushner Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 174 Vendor: Anchor Books Publication Date: 2007. Dimensions: . 6 X . 8 (inches) Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: 1400033365 ISBN-13: 9781400033362 Stock No: WW033362. The New York Times best-selling guide to being your best self, even when things don’t turn out as you’d hoped.

The New York Times best-selling guide to being your best self, even when things don't turn out as you'd hoped.

Overcoming Life’s Disappointments. Learning from Moses How to Cope with Frustration. By Harold S. Kushner. With Kushner’s signature warmth, Overcoming Life’s Disappointments is a book of spiritual wisdom-as practical as it is inspiring. Kushner Read by Arthur Morey. Kushner Read by Harold S. About Overcoming Life’s Disappointments.

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Overcoming Life's Disappointments ( ISBN 1-4000-3336-5) is a 2006 book by Harold Kushner, a Conservative rabbi. He uses Biblical examples, such as how Moses coped with being denied entrance to The Prom. Followed by. Practice Random Acts of Kindness: Bring More Peace, Love, And Compassion. Overcoming Life's Disappointments.


White_Nigga
I read two or three of Kushner's books years ago, and found them to be incredibly wise and comforting. This one was a disappointment. Maybe I expected too much: I wanted help with a growing regret that I am not accomplishing or will never accomplish things in my life that I had always expected to do. It is a pervasive, over-all melancholia, and is based in seeing your health, vigor, and opportunities available only to the young slipping away. Instead, Kushner offers advice for losing one's job, or divorcing. The segment in the book on Alzheimer's, which is of particular importance to me, meandered off into a description of the Greek tale of the forgetting power of the waters of Lethe, and never came back to offer advice or comfort. Overall, I found the topics arranged in a rather bewildering way, with the transitions to Moses and his problems somewhat strained. This was unfortunately not what I was looking for.
Sti
Absolutely fantastic book on the subject.
If I would have thought of it as a religious book I may have hesitated to get it, but by reading the free sample available knew it was just perfect.
Excellent down-to-earth and extremely useful thoughts. It's not a book about a set of believes but about helping humans of all backgrounds to cope with life's unexpected situations.
I wish I had read this long time ago and saved myself quite a bunch of headaches.
Kaim
In my life I've read a huge number of books, to the point that some ideas are becoming to pop up over and over again, but with Kushner's books, new insight poses itself regularly. I find myself underlining or highlighting, or feeling inclined to anyway, most of the book. There are so many tidbits in this book that I love that it's hard to single out one to share. One I liked: An old rabbi named Zusya was nearing death and became agitated at the thought. As he had led an exemplary life, his followers asked why. He said, if God asks me why I wasn't another Moses, I can answer that He did not give me the greatness of soul that He gave Moses. If God asks me why I wasn't another Solomon, I can answer that He did not give me the wisdom of Solomon. But when He asks me, Zusya, why weren't you Zusya, why were you not the person I gave you the ability to be, I will have no defense. Kushner's books are a blessing to me.
hulk
Since I am Christian clergy, almost all of my study of the Bible has been dominated by Christian scholars. Thus I have not had much exposure to what Jewish scholars say about their own texts. This was a refreshing way to look at the life of Moses. Also, the subject matter was appropriate for me because I read it first just after I left parish ministry and now am reading it again, a few years later, with a small group. Many of us in the group are in our 50's and 60's, so the material is not only interesting as study of the Bible, but also helpful in negotiating this time in our lives. I recommend it to anyone, especially people who take a religious view on life.
Ieslyaenn
I have enjoyed all of Rabbi Kushner's books, but this one is my favorite. If you suffer from low self-esteem, this book will help you put your failures in perspective. Even high achievers fail repeatedly. People who seem to be extremely successful often have agonizing failures in their history. Failure is part and parcel of the human condition. Our ultimate success should be judged, not on how many times we fail, but on how we live with and reach beyond our failures. Rabbi Kushner's wisdom and compassion are wonderful.
Pedora
Great book. I bought it a few years ago and read it in paperback. I bought it again recently to read on my Paperwhite. I have read all but one of Kushner's books and have most of them more than once. I wish he was 25 years younger. If he was, perhaps he would honor us will many more books!
Bu
Rabbi Harold Kushner is an amazing author. This book is what has helped me overcome some of life's setbacks. i have also given away a lot of these books to people who have lost businesses, gone through a terrible breakup, and people whose lives have been turned upside down.
Dr. Kushner is one of my favorite authors and this book is just another great book to add to my collection of his writings. He is a wonderful man and is an inspiration to anyone who needs any amount of guidance to enrich their lives. We need more people like him in our world today, and for more people to read his writings. Then the world would be a better place.

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