In this edition of Sprouts, Radio Curious explores the idea of prayer, what is it, how is it done, and what good does it do, with guest, Rabbi Naomi Levy, author of “To Begin Again, the Journey Toward Comfort Strength and Faith in Difficult Times.”

What is prayer, how is it done, and what good does it do? The ability to mourn and grieve is one of the many things that distinguish humans from other animals, as is the ability to pray, or consciously not pray. When life is good, people often pray less than when times are tough and tough times occasionally visit all of us, with or without prayer. Our guest is Rabbi Naomi Levy is the author of “To Begin Again, the Journey Toward Comfort Strength and Faith in Difficult Times.”

Rabbi Naomi Levy recommends “The God of Small Things,” by Arandhati Roy.

This program was originally broadcast in 1999.

ON Sprouts | January 10, 2013 | 12:00 pm

Healing Through Prayer

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In this edition of Sprouts, Radio Curious explores the idea of prayer, what is it, how is it done, and what good does it do, with guest, Rabbi Naomi Levy, author of “To Begin Again, the Journey Toward Comfort Strength and Faith in Difficult Times.”

What is prayer, how is it done, and what good does it do? The ability to mourn and grieve is one of the many things that distinguish humans from other animals, as is the ability to pray, or consciously not pray. When life is good, people often pray less than when times are tough and tough times occasionally visit all of us, with or without prayer. Our guest is Rabbi Naomi Levy is the author of “To Begin Again, the Journey Toward Comfort Strength and Faith in Difficult Times.”

Rabbi Naomi Levy recommends “The God of Small Things,” by Arandhati Roy.

This program was originally broadcast in 1999.

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