Visiting the Sick (Bikur Cholim) Resources - March

 

 Bikur Cholim

"Historically within Judaism, visiting of the sick (bikur cholim) has always been regarded as a very important community obligation.  According to tradition, when we visit a choleh/cholah (a sick man or woman) 1/60 of the person's illness is alleviated."      

---The Sacred Bridge: A Helping Guide for the Mourner and Community  by Cantor Steven Stoehr

 Suggested Reading

Title Author
KINDERGARTEN, FIRST, AND SECOND GRADE  
 Sammy Spider's First Mitzvah  Rouss, Sylvia
   
ADULT BOOKS  
The Book of Jewish Values: A Day-By-Day Guide to Ethical Living Telushkin, Rabbi Joseph
Give Me Your Hand: Traditional and Practical Guidance on Visiting the Sick        Kelman, Rabbi Stuart L.
A Guide to Jewish Religious Practice Klein, Rabbi Isaac
The Jewish Mourner's Book of Why Kolatch, Alfred J.
The JPS Guide to Jewish Traditions Eisenberg, Ronald L.
Living Torah in America Lamm, Rabbi Maurice
Mourning in Halachah: The Laws and Customs of the Year of Mourning Goldberg, Rabbi Chaim Binyamin  
The Sacred Bridge: A Helping Guide for the Mourner and Community Stoehr, Cantor Steven

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