This little book will either leave you with your heart almost wrenched out or the book will leave you with no serious impression at all. You will come away believing that there really are small miracles happening all around us or you may throw the book aside and call it a waste of time.
The author writes of various "coincidences" that have happened to people she knows or information she has received from others. Each vignette is about 2 - 3 pages long so it is easy to go from one to another.
This particular book involves Jewish people and in some cases situations from the Holocaust.
I read the "Small Miracles for a Jewish Heart" in about 4 hours over the course of a quiet evening.
The author's first book called "Small Miracles" is a book that addresses coincidences from various sources, which I had read several years ago and started again about midnight last night(after I finished the Jewish Miracles).
I have no problem stating that I stopped reading about 1 in the morning because I was crying so hard. But then, I am one who does believe.