Tag Archive: Debbie Friedman

Her Final Song . . . in memoriam for Debbie Friedman

I woke up hopeful.  I had dreamed I would find a notice posted on my Facebook “A Plea becomes a Movement” event page that would tell us that Debbie Friedman, the Jewish musical icon that had inspired multiple generations, had woken from her coma.  Wouldn’t it be a miracle?  The mere thought that the world…

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A Prayer becomes a Movement

It’s been a most extroardinary day, one I won’t soon forget.  The power of social media is humbling and in this case, for a great cause. Just under two hours from now thousands of people will join their voices in a call for prayer to lend support and energy to singer/songwriter Debbie Friedman. It all…

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A Prayer for Debbie

Debbie Friedman is one of the most influential and beloved Jewish artists of our time.  One of her most famous songs is Mi Shebeirach – a Prayer for Healing.  Now it’s Debbie who needs our prayer for her healing.   She is critically ill in a Southern California hospital so I am inviting all of…

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