Editor: Yael Rosenberg, RN, B.S.H
Gezunt, Yiddish for "be healthy," is an well-wishing idiom often
bestowed by Mame Loshen speakers. Gezunt, Health and well
being, and all that has to do with the sturdiness of mind and body, is a
very Jewish thing. Since the middle Ages, Jews have regarded medicine as
one of the most honorable professions, and many pursued it with passion.
Why the attraction between Jews and the healing profession? Can it be
attributed to the ambition of Jewish mothers? Perhaps. But more
likely, the fascination has its roots in the Jewish attitude
toward life. Life is sacred, therefore health must be preserved.
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