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“Recipes for a Sacred Life,” by Rivvy Neshama

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Who is Rivvy Neshama?

At twenty-two years old, Rivvy Neshama's mother gave her a book of handwritten recipes that taught her how to make a good roast and not much else. Not advice on how to establish a good marriage or even a good life. Instead, Rivvy had to go on a path with many twists and turns in order to find a connection with the sacred and add purpose in life.

Rivvy has held on to lots of jobs in the past. She has been a teacher and social worker in Harlem, a campaign manager in Boulder, a college instructor in Queens, and even a Tarot card reader at Macy's on Halloween. Given such a storied life, it's no wonder why she has an innate ability for storytelling, which is clearly shown in this book.

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