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May 06, 2008


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Dinah Berland

How amazing! Do you mean Rabbi Julia Watts Belser?! She is being very modest. Julia translated the majority of the prayers in the book and was my principal adviser on German-language research material. I couldn't have done the book without her! I'm so glad to hear that she's doing well. Please give her my warmest regards. And thank you so much for your kind remarks.


Speaking of connections: by chance I came across your and Fanny Neuda's wonderful book, "Hours of Devotion," and, because I enjoy it so much in my morning prayer/meditations, I e-mailed a friend and offered to loan it to her. The poems are so beautiful I thought she'd like them, too. She (Julia) responded by saying that she worked with you on some of the translations! She is a professor at the university where I'm earning my Master's in Religious Studies. Thank you (and all others who participated) for these beautiful poems/prayers!


I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.



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