Articles By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

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    Rabbi Emanuel Feldman, presently living in Jerusalem, is a distinguished rabbi, writer, and teacher. He led Atlanta's Congregation Beth Jacob for almost 40 years. He has served as Editor of Tradition magazine, and he has published six books, including The Shul Without a Clock, Tales Out of Shul, and On Judaism.


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      Death as Estrangement

      Mourning customs reflect the depersonalization and distance from God experienced by the mourner who has just confronted the death of a close relative.

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      Shiva Prohibitions Embody Depersonalization

      The specific prohibitions on mourners during the shiva period reflect the mourner's sense of estrangement from the life force.


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