The Impossible Possibility

The Power of the Divine Soul

by Elisheva Irma Diaz



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/18/2019

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781480883604
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781480883598

About the Book

You will find this book to be an easy read yet this writer believes it will be a helpful one for those that have experienced the loss of a loved one. The Impossible Possibility is not intended to be religious. If one had to label it, it would be better referred to as an interfaith and/or universal spiritual perspective on grief. Moreover, it was not written to persuade anyone toward a particular doctrine nor stream of faith, but to encourage the reality that there is life after death and that we can have hope that our departed loved ones have transitioned from life to life.

It is this writers contention that life here on earth meets death only to meet life again. This book was written based on my experiences as clergy and for over thirty years, ministering to people from all walks of life, cultures, and religions many, who have been faced with different types of loss that witnessed many impossible possibilities. It is true, the divine Soul is powerful. That which I said I understood for many years, I did not fully grasp, until, my work in Chaplaincy and Bereavement in the medical field through Hospice and Home Health. It truly opened my eyes. This season of bereavement in one's life is filled with impossible possibilities and it is best we move forward toward healing with this in mind.

About the Author

Dr Elisheva Irma Diaz is a born and raised Angeleno. She is an international author, public speaker, and lecturer. She is widely known for her spiritual gifts and communication skills. In addition to her far-reaching interfaith ministry, she is in charge of the bereavement department at Emanate Health Hospice and Home Care (previously Citrus Valley Hospice and Home Health), which is affiliated with Emanate Health, Queen of the Valley Hospital, Inter-Community Hospital, and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital in San Gabriel Valley, California.

As a young adult, she entered the political world and served in a grassroots congressional campaign, which after a victory, opened many doors in Washington, DC. The height of her national experience in politics and government was during the Reagan and Bush White House years, where she served on transition teams and with the public liaison office. She traveled throughout the United States building special-interest coalition groups and later worked with Arriana Huffington as a consultant and public speaker.

Soon after this, she built a fairly large ministry. This ministry founded an institute that trained and ordained pastors. She was instrumental in planting churches that are still around today. She was the executive producer of her own international television program, which aired for fourteen years in 170 nations.

Her experience as a diplomate in government opened doors in South America where she visited and was hosted by the government annually for fourteen years. Consistently, she was given a strong voice to address parliament, which included members of the United Nations. Simultaneously, she worked with business and religious leaders across South America.

It was during this time that Elisheva (Irma) known as Pastora Irma began working with her team in the slum areas of Brazil, helping orphanages in their quest to rescue infants and children from the streets. She traveled throughout South America, including Argentina and Ecuador, focusing on teaching (Government, Business and Religious) leaders in biblical ethics.

Because she is a Sephardic (Hispanic) Jew and has knowledge of the Holy Land through her Hebrew studies, she has taken study groups to Israel since the early nineties. She holds a master’s degree in theology and a doctorate of divinity degree from Covenant Life Theological Seminary in Gainesville, Georgia. She furthered her education with her focal point on Rabbinic studies. She graduated in 2013 from Gratz College (a private coeducational Jewish college in Melrose Park, Pennsylvania). In addition to her ordination as a minister in 1986, she was also ordained a rabbi in 2012. She is the founder and president of Ayekah Jewish Foundation based in Los Angeles and Vice President and Co-founder of the Coalition for Sephardic Hispanic ladino legacy.

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