Mitzvah Man

Mitzvah Man Mourning the death of his wife after a senseless and tragic accident Boston businessman Adam Friedman finds solace through living the mitzvot instructions for goodness justice and compassion In a f

  • Title: Mitzvah Man
  • Author: John J. Clayton
  • ISBN: 9780896726833
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mourning the death of his wife after a senseless and tragic accident, Boston businessman Adam Friedman finds solace through living the mitzvot instructions for goodness, justice, and compassion In a frenzy of good deeds, he saves lives and helps the needy Even his adolescent daughter, whose grief is as intense as his own, begins to wonder if there isn t than a shareMourning the death of his wife after a senseless and tragic accident, Boston businessman Adam Friedman finds solace through living the mitzvot instructions for goodness, justice, and compassion In a frenzy of good deeds, he saves lives and helps the needy Even his adolescent daughter, whose grief is as intense as his own, begins to wonder if there isn t than a shared joke to the superhero T shirt she has designed for him When a thwarted crime and a supplicant s good fortune propel Friedman into the headlines, followers gather unbidden on his doorstep Voices, dreams, and auras visit him Miracles occur among family, friends, and strangers alike But while some hail the Mitzvah Man as a modern day prophet, others brand him a madman in danger of losing custody of his only child Is he crazy Is he holy Through his experiences of love and loss, beauty and pain, language and custom, Friedman s daily quest reveals the unexpected ways in which God may inhabit us all.

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    1. For a long time after hearing of this book, I've been wanting to read it. This is the picture that stuck with me:John J. Clayton posing for his picture in his Mitzvah Man shirtThe picture doesn't look just as described in the bookTowards dinnertime, Lisa comes in with a white paper bag. "Dad? I got you something."He lifts a tee shirt from the bag. On the front, in the middle of a design of Hebrew letters, letters as they look on a Torah scroll, red, blue, and black, is a logo:MITZVAH MANbut clo [...]

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