“Dealing with the death of a loved one is often a grueling and challenging process. But for Linda Cohen, the death of a family member became the inspiration for an intensive, meaningful, and spiritually uplifting journey to heal herself by reaching out to those around her.”
I am a clinical psychologist. I found Ms. Cohen’s book to be about a profoundly simple, but not always easy way to be alive. Linda writes about transforming grief through performing “mitzvah’s” or loving kindnesses. She began as a way to honor her father’s life and passing. But her book is really about living in the here and now, and making powerful, seemingly simple connections with others as everyday acts of giving of yourself, and being in service. What healing therapy could be better! I recommend “1000 Mitzvahs” to my patients, and friends.