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Raising Spirits: Stories of Suffering and Comfort at Death's Door
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Raising Spirits: Stories of Suffering and Comfort at Death's Door


Cascade 2010

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.


Raising Spirits is the first book to explore caregiving at the end of life from a spiritual as well as clinical perspective. It tells the stories of Michael Goldberg’s journeys with patients, their families, and loved ones as they face the challenges awaiting them at the edge of life.

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Key Features

  • Explores caregiving at the end of life from both a clinical and spiritual perspective
  • Prepares people and their families for the edge of life experience
  • Offers unique personal stories to provide a more human touch to the discussion


  • Antawn’s Voice
  • Tenagne’s Breath
  • Mr. Liu’s Neck and Sally’s Knees
  • Jenny’s Hand
  • Nick’s Scars
  • Lucilles’s Teeth
  • Cheryl’s Torso
  • Thad’s Heart

Product Details

About Michael Goldberg

Michael Goldberg is a Jewish rabbi and has held two university chairs in Jewish Studies. He served as an ethical consultant to the Georgia Supreme Court, and works as a hospital and hospice chaplain, giving spiritual support and guidance to patients of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. He wrote Why Should Jews Survive?: Looking Past the Holocaust toward a Jewish Future, Jews and Christians, Getting Our Stories Straight, and Theology and Narrative: A Critical Introduction.