Living, Loving, & Unlearning

If you’re looking for a book to assist you as you navigate the ups and downs in life while you peel away the layers of worldly expectations, this read may be for you.

Have you ever wondered about your life’s dreams and what happened to them? Have you ever had dreams for your life? This book is a wake-up call. A reminder that it is never too late to fulfill that desire burning deep down inside of you. The piece of your soul that is ready to shine and light up your life! Inside the pages of Living, Loving, & Unlearning, I’ve created an easy to follow guideline for you to do just that. As you discover the purity of your own soul, and purpose of your existence here on earth, you will begin to feel the freedom to live your life, your journey, and your truth.

To listen to my talk at Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA, please click here. This will give you an inside look into Living, Loving, & Unlearning, how it came about, and how it may help you in your own healing. As an added treat, my brother, Norm Weintraub, also performs a very special song about our Dad and his impact on our lives.

To order your copy of Living, Loving, & Unlearning, please go to my website at

Namaste and have a great day!

My Bro Norm, Giving Service with Bread and Roses

Cindy Weintraub BrennenJoin Norm Weintraub and I on Help, Hope & Healing, WWLZ820am, Saturday, June 11th, 12-1pm EST.  Yes, Norm would be my brother who gives back to the world by playing his beautiful music for people living in shelters and facilities across the San Francisco Bay Area.  He has had the pleasure of playing with David Ervin who played keys with Ray Charles. Currently, Norm shares his performance with Vlad Cardema,, who is a master of the didgeridoo, an ancient aboriginal horn like instrument creating sound healing.  Norm started this path of giving with Bread and Roses, an organization dedicated to uplifting the human spirit by providing free, live, quality shows to people who live in institutions or are otherwise isolated from society.  This group was developed by Mimi Farina, Joan Baez’s sister, in 1974.  Norm has since branched out and developed his own group of giving, and encourages other musicians to do the same in hopes to help others heal.  Norm has expressed to me that in giving he is the one who receives as he connects with people through his music.  Feel free to call us during the show at 607-732-4820 or 1-866-732-4820.

Cindy Weintraub BrennenNorm will also be playing a couple of his original songs during the show.  He has been known to bring us to tears at our family reunions…singing many tunes that “hit home”. 

Bread & Roses brings hope and healing through live music to isolated individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area. Our performances uplift the spirits of children undergoing chemotherapy, teens battling substance abuse, families in homeless shelters, seniors nearing the end of life transition, and others living apart from friends and family while facing challenging times.

> Read our Mission Statement and about our Current Program and Essence Stories.

Inspired by a 1912 poem by James Oppenheim, Mimi Fariña selected the name Bread & Roses to convey the spirit of the organization which she founded in 1974. Over the years, Bread & Roses has received awards for its community impact as well as its effectiveness and efficiency.

> Read more about our founder and our history.

“My commitment to serving humanity inspires me to support Bread and Roses” ~Carols Santana

To learn more about Bread and Roses click on the link below…