An extraordinary travel memoir: Rosie Rosenzweig takes the reader along with her in the path to understanding the new, vastly different world that her son has chosen to be a part of, traveling all over Asia and chronicling her experiences. Her careful attention to the Buddhist path allows the reader to see into these traditions as they are practiced in places like India, Nepal, a Zen hermitage in France, and even Jerusalem.
A touching and genuine narrative: The way Rosie writes is authentic and raw, taking the reader by the heartstrings and painting for them a vivid picture of the experience—whether they are a mother struggling with a similar issue or someone completely foreign to the situation.
A feel-good guide and welcome story in a time full of division: Recent racial and religous struggle has left many these days with a sour taste in their mouth, wanting something more than the divisive news stories that saturate the media. This book is a breath of fresh air, an uplifting account of how religious differences don’t have to tear people apart—in fact, it teaches that these differences can strengthen relationships and open the mind to the many wonderful traditions that are hiding in plain sight.
“This beautiful book is all of our journeys toward deep and mutual understanding. It is both a guidebook for Jewish moms and a blueprint for insight and love.”—Arnold Kotler, Founding Editor of Parallax Press
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