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Inhaltsangabe: Striving to record observations of things in his own world, and yielding a perspective that is pertinent to others as well, Ira Bedzow's poetry reveals emotions, frustrations and perspectives that the author has encountered in his life, further supplemented by a few remarks and reflections that strive to give expression to what is already on the tip of our tongues. Through poetical aphorisms, Bedzow intends to fulfill what Job unwittingly advises, ''I will forget my complaint, I will put off my sad face and wear a smile.''
Über den Autor:
Ira Bedzow is a Rabbi, a senior scholar of The Aspen Center for Social Values, and a member of the Atlanta Dayanut Institute. He is the author of Halakhic Man, Authentic Jew and Standing on Both Feet: The Value of Promoting Jewish Social Values and Things Overheard in the Synagogue. He lives in Atlanta.