Thanksgiving Torah: Jewish Reflections on an American Holiday
Edited by Rabbi Menachem Creditor
There is not one day on the Jewish calendar on which thanksgiving is suspended. So why is the American Thanksgiving day different from all other days? The five rabbinic voices in this collection reflect openness to the wisdom of a diverse American community. Each reflection offers one way to deepen the impulse to offer thanksgiving, encouraging the reader to translate gratitude into a commitment to provide others a reason to be thankful. All proceeds from the sale of this book support the Reverse Hunger Campaign of American Jewish World Service. Find out more at ajws.org!