Melting

By Jerry Steinberg

Melting
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Melting is an account of emotional thawing. From childhood and into his mid-fifties, we catch glimpses of the author's intimate experiences portraying his struggle, anguish, and joy. It is of the stuff that shapes a man's soul.


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Melting is an account of emotional thawing. From childhood and into his mid-fifties, we catch glimpses of the author's intimate experiences portraying his struggle, anguish, and joy. It is of the stuff that shapes a man's soul.

Jerry Steinberg

Jerry Steinberg is a rabbi, psychotherapist, poet, and author. His poetry collection Melting: Poems of a Frozen Man was published in 1992. Formerly a consultant to the federal government of Canada in yoga, meditation, and altered states of consciousness, Steinberg is currently the rabbi of Temple B’nai Shalom V’Tikvah in Ajax, Ontario.

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