“Making Every Day Count: A Jewish Doctor Confronts His Illness” is a valuable book for people facing serious illness, their family and friends, as well as for clergy and healthcare professionals whose job it is to help them navigate the rough waters of that illness.
Dr. Joel Roffman’s book provides a clear progression during his journey of faith and fate as he battled lymphoma, and the support and strength he gained from his insights into the Jewish texts and tradition. Dr. Roffman’s unique voice makes his cancer biography different from all others.
In “Making Every Day Count: A Jewish Doctor Confronts His Illness”, he rises from the depths of his cancer journey as a physician to share universal messages of healing found in the teachings of his Jewish faith.
This book is a must for anyone who desires to be inspired by one man’s optimism and hope in the face of death and how his journey can uplift all of our souls to a life of purpose and meaning. Dr. Roffman finds courage and strength not only for himself, but also for his readers. He throws himself into life – as a healer, as a husband and father, as a friend and as a Jew. He draws strength from each of these aspects of his life, and returns strength to others.
- Paperback: 184 pages
- Author: Dr. Joel Roffman
- ISBN-13: 978-1936778119
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