If you found this website, chances are you’re in pain.
Perhaps you’ve suffered a loss or come to a sudden change in your life that’s tearing your world apart. You’re grieving, unsure how to cope.
The worst of it is, if you’re like me, you wonder where God is in all this.
My name is Rabbi Marcy Greene. I have incurable, Stage IV inflammatory breast cancer. I live on borrowed time. Whether I will die on the sooner or later side, is something I can’t control.
What I’ve discovered, though, is things still happen and life goes on. And God goes with you.
This is a non-profit website dedicated to people seeking, in the middle of the literal or figurative night, a way to find the blessing in the curse, so they can choose life.
Your freefall stops here.
L’Chaim, as Jews say. To Life!
For a very powerful healing experience, please join us 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18 at Bayou Manor, 4141 S. Braeswood as I conduct an ecumenical Shabbat Healing Service. This event is for anyone in need of healing of any sort, as well as family and friends. We welcome you with open hearts and look forward to meeting with you. Download brochure (PDF)
- “How sweet it is: Cancer-surviving rabbi celebrates a new year” (Houston Chronicle)