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A witness to the worst tragedies of hate—and the greatest healing of love Rabbi Tamara Miller’s life was touched by horrifying acts of bigotry turned deadly. She fought institutions, ingrained sexism, her own insecurities, and even her own family to forge a spiritual practice by which she could assist the sick and dying as well as help Jews who felt lost or wounded find a spiritual path. Her memoir is a compelling record of times of struggle for women, the Jewish people, and minorities alike. But there are moments of heart and humor writ large here, too—such as devising environmentally sound ritual for Seattle techies, feeling mutual infatuation at a blind date with a Muslim man, and discovering a soul connection with a German monk. Tamara Miller grew up in a time when she was forbidden to read some books—yet she went on to study these books. Now she has written her own: You Are the Book celebrates joy and justice, family and friends, and a life rich in diversity.