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The Jew in the Lotus

A Poet"s Re-Discovery of Jewish Identity in Buddhist India

by Rodger Kamenetz

  • 175 Want to read
  • 11 Currently reading

Published by HarperOne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Modern fiction,
  • Religion - Judaism,
  • Religion,
  • Judaism - Theology,
  • Religion / Judaism / General,
  • Judaism - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9234628M
    ISBN 100060645741
    ISBN 109780060645748

    When writer Rodger Kamenetz was invited to go along to chronicle the event, unexpectedly, his whole life changed. Kamenetz begins an intense personal journey that leads him back to his Jewish roots. As he discovers, sometimes you have to go far away to find your way home. Inspired by Kamenetz's best selling book, award winning filmmaker Laurel Chiten's (Twitch and Shout) new documentary fills. Jew in the Lotus Part 3 summary. You're reading Jew in the Lotus. This manga has been translated by Updating. Author(s): Rodger Kamenetz. Already has views. It's great if you read and follow any novel on our website. We promise you that we'll bring you the latest, hottest novel everyday and FREE.

      The book propelled her to learn more about Jewish contemplative practice and, after seeking other books and teachers in California, Laichter decided maybe she wasn’t fully Buddhist. For a time, she embraced her inner “Jubu,” a term popularized in “ The Jew in the Lotus,” Rodger Kamenetz’ book about a delegation of Jews meeting with Author: Josh Fleet. Book report: The Jew in the Lotus: A Poet’s Re-Discovery of Jewish Identity in Buddhist India. At first sight this book looks like an unlikely subject, because there does not seem to be very much of an obvious linkage between Jewish Poetry and the practice of Buddhism in India.

    Roger Kamenetz wrote the landmark international bestseller, The Jew in the Lotus, and the winner of the National Jewish Book Award, Stalking Eljah. He is a Louisiana State University Distinguished Professor of English and Religious Studies and a certified dream therapist. He lives in New Orleans with his wife, fiction writer Moira Crone/5(68). Inspired by Kamenetz’s best selling book, The Jew in the Lotus, award winning filmmaker Laurel Chiten’s documentary fills in what the book left out. Focusing on the author’s particular odyssey of suffering and the role of spirituality as a universal theme, this film touches audiences on deep emotional levels.


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Kamenetz, Rodger. The Jew in the Lotus. HarperSanFracisco, This wittily titled book resulted from a dialogue between the HH Dalai Lama in Dharmasala and a group of American Jews, mostly rabbis, in the fall of Cited by: Kamenetz followed The Jew in the Lotus with Stalking Elijah: Adventures with Today's Jewish Mystical Masters (Harper, ), which received the National Jewish Book Award for Jewish Thought in Kamenetz interviews a number of Jewish leaders who attempt to blend together Jewish mysticism, feminism and innovations in prayer and meditation.

Many have promised such a book, but this one delivers." Rodger Kamenetz, the author of both Burnt Books and The Jew in the Lotus, says, "One is grateful to Reb Zalman for bringing into English these Jewish prayers that have lived a long life in him. Read new romance book reviews, posts from your favorite authors, samples, exciting digital first publications and e-book specials.

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He lives in New Orleans with his wife, fiction writer Moira Crone/5(5). The Jew and The Lotus. 49 likes. The Jew & The Lotus is a podcast about art and life by Eric Nakamura (The Lotus) and Daniel Rolnik (The Jew).Followers:   Roger Kamenetz wrote the landmark international bestseller, The Jew in the Lotus, and the winner of the National Jewish Book Award, Stalking Eljah.

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Focusing on the author’s particular odyssey of suffering and the role of spirituality as a universal theme, this film touches audiences on.

Roger Kamenetz wrote the landmark international bestseller, The Jew in the Lotus, and the winner of the National Jewish Book Award, Stalking Eljah. He is a Louisiana State University Distinguished Professor of English and Religious Studies and a certified dream therapist. He lives in New Orleans with his wife, fiction writer Moira Crone/5(52).

Rodger Kamenetz' "The Jew in the Lotus": Book Review Rereading this fifteen years after it was published, I found it poignant and thoughtful. In '94, I'd known about Judaism but not Buddhism; now studying the latter while building upon a lifelong interest in Tibet, I realize how Kamenetz deftly moves between his secular American Jewish.

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We promise you that we'll bring you the latest, hottest novel everyday and FREE.The story in the book is very interesting. However, this book is a very dense book with a lot of technical Jewish vocabulary that non-Jews might not have heard before.

It also goes into a lot of mystical Jewish ideology that even most Jews have never heard of before.4/5(6).