In this episode, Will sits down with Rabbi Batsheva Meiri of Congregation Beth Ha Tephila in Asheville, North Carolina, to talk about Judaism and grief. The conversation moves from a specific look at the year of rituals that commences after the death of a loved one to a general discussion of the grief work performed by a Rabbi. This latter topic opens the dialogue to the realm of trans-generational grief in the Jewish community and leads to the contemplation of the spiritual resistance cultivated by Jews and members of other faiths throughout the ages.