God Said What?
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A mysterious letter shows up from an old college boyfriend throwing Meryl’s life into turmoil. When a local rabbi warns her that her ex, David, has been brainwashed into a cult, Meryl is pulled into the mystical world of religious Judaism in a way that her stubbornly atheist self would never have expected. Once a free-spirited Grinnell College grad living a hippie life in Berkeley, California she now finds herself in Israel on a rescue mission to bring him home. To accomplish her mission, Meryl must come face to face with her heritage and her own beliefs about God and the universe while struggling with the powerful pulling of her heartstrings and her hope of building a life together with the man who she has always believed to be her soulmate.
Rave Reviews for God Said What?!
“Miriam writes in a voice that resonates with so many of us, from a place that feels both refreshing and skeptical, with a heart that pounds with life.”
–Rabbi Tzvi Freeman, Senior Editor at Chabad.org.,world-renowned expert on Jewish mysticism, and author of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth
“I distract easily—and I could not put this book down. The author’s words spoke to me as if she was sitting across the table, leaned over with a cup of tea, sharing every detail. I was with her every step of her journey, following her open heart and curious nature through defiance and resistance, to becoming a woman of unshakable faith and contribution. This is a spiritual romance story of becoming oneself and finding love of G-d.”
–Gail Tremblay, Martha Beck certified life coach
Miriam Racquel (Meryl) Feldman is a wife, mom, somatic healer, relationship coach, and writer. She helps empower women to trust the wisdom of their bodies, emotions, and souls as well as blogging about the mystical happenings of an ever-changing world. Discover more at MiriamRacquel.com and YourMarriageMagic.com. You can follow her on social media @ https://www.facebook.com/miriamrfeldman where she converses daily about Jewish mysticism and healing concepts based on themes of the Jewish months.