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by Deborah Masel

Author: Deborah Masel
Subcategory: Ethnic & National
Language: English
Publisher: Gefen Publishing House (August 1, 2011)
Pages: 120 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.8
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Writings from Dark Places was written by Deborah Masel, a Torah scholar who wrote several novels before turning to her study of Torah.

Writings from Dark Places was written by Deborah Masel, a Torah scholar who wrote several novels before turning to her study of Torah. I feel especially lucky to have won this book from LibraryThing since it is unlikely I would have read it otherwise. Early on, Masel writes, This is the kind of book I would have shut and turned from-please don't do the same, don't shut me out. With those words, I was completely hooked. I had to stay with Masel through the rest of the journey she Soul to Soul.

When she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2007, Deborah Masel's life collapsed. Two and a half years later, her struggle to find meaning in the shadowy world of terminal disease induced her to write not only of her cancer experience, but of threads from the past that were woven into the fabric of this final curtain.

writings from dark places. Published 2011 by Gefen Books in Lynbrook, NY. Written in English. Jewish women authors, Patients, Cancer, Biography.

A few years before my cancer diagnosis, my partner Doug and I took two of my kids to New Zealand. We traveled with a cheap airline, whose planes seemed to need help with lift-off. As the aircraft built up speed on the runway, the four of us would wildly flap our arms, hoping to give the plane a fighting chance. We looked like ungainly birds, struggling to get our feet off the ground.

Deborah Masel (Chaya Devorah bat Chana) is an author and teacher of Jewish mysticism. In This Shadowy World. A Torah scholar who perished in the Holocaust reveals the meaning of spiritual victory to a woman dying from cancer.

Deborah Masel, we are privy to a short sequel to her first book, Soul to Soul: Writings from Dark Places. With one unpublished memoir flapping away on various runways and now another on the way, I am inclined to think of myself as barefoot and pregnant

A few years before my cancer diagnosis, my partner Doug and I took two of my kids to New Zealand. With one unpublished memoir flapping away on various runways and now another on the way, I am inclined to think of myself as barefoot and pregnant. They both make you sick and tired, and they grow within you.

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When she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in 2007, Deborah Masel s life collapsed. Two and a half years later, her struggle to find meaning in the shadowy world of terminal disease induced her to write not only of her cancer experience, but of threads from the past that were woven into the fabric of this final curtain. In her search for comfort and meaning, Deborah found that the world of cancer was dominated by stories of physical survival, which was assumed to constitute victory. Yet her most treasured teacher, a Torah scholar who had perished in the Holocaust, had awakened her, through the text he left behind, to the meaning of spiritual victory. If he could keep his disciples focused on God while the Nazis brutalized and dehumanized them, surely she could stay focused and not panic even when the cancer threatened to devour her. Her challenge was to accept the fact of death without losing her love for this dappled world and for the glory of its passing days.