Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah : $16.99

Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah
Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness is arranged to be a book of daily inspiration; each day begins with a quote from the Torah, moves to Rabbi Mark’s commentary about the weekly portion, and ends with questions meant to inspire each reader to further reflection. The book begins with Genesis and is accompanied by a secular calendar through 2020 to guide readers to begin the book, whenever they receive it, with the relevant Torah portion. This book is for all people in recovery from substance and process addictions who yearn for resources that address addiction as a spiritual malady as well as a life-threatening disease. It is an ideal companion to 12-step programs.


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