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Death is a subject most painful to discuss, yet it is critically important that we seek guidance and wisdom from the Torah. This second class of a three-part series titled ‘With Honor & Dignity” addresses the funeral traditions and the mourning process.

The Jewish Approach to Death, Burial & Mourning

The Jewish Approach to Death, Burial & Mourning

With Honor and Dignity - Part 2

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Death, Burial & Mourning - Part 2: With Honor and Dignity - Part 2

Death is a subject most painful to discuss, yet it is critically important that we seek guidance and wisdom from the Torah. This second class of a three-part series titled ‘With Honor & Dignity” addresses the funeral traditions and the mourning process.
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marilynn Isreal-Langworthy las vegas, nv via chabadlv.org January 18, 2012

Grief I'm 62 and my father passed over 6yrs ago, mom just 3 years ago on monday. I still cant deal with this loss. I am think of them daily, cry all the time, have terrible dreams, and guilt that I did not do a good job taking care of them at the end of their life. Reply

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