Jewish Journal

Masks:  Escapes from Hats!

Dr. Afshine Emrani

October 30, 2013 | 2:09 pm

Our social mask thrives on approval. Our ego wants control, desperate for power, because it lives in fear of rejection.

There is a fascinating psychiatric condition called “dissociative fugue.” A person who appears normal even to the trained eye, gets up one day, leaves home, and relocates to assume a new... read on

  • Helpless?

    Dr. Afshine Emrani

    October 25, 2013 | 9:41 am

    More than anything, the eyes communicate the most. They accuse. They Trust. Their vision haunts you through the nightly dreams which edit the day’s errors.

    The plea of the eyes, begging for a better day, direct the beatings of my heart like a remote control.  Despite the... read on

  • Of Torah and Merck Manual

    Dr. Afshine Emrani

    October 21, 2013 | 3:20 pm

    When I was younger,  I anticipated the taking out of the Torah.  I enjoyed the prayers but the Torah signaled my time to play.  It was break time.  I could not connect to a book whose stories were unbelievable, whose characters were incredulous, filled with disappointments and... read on




Afshine Asher Emrani is a Persian Jew who loves God passionately, and as a result loves the path of healing, loves life, loves love and loves to share what he loves!  He is a...

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