This book discusses the inevitable--the fact that we often plan for things, but wind up not attaining the things we originally planned to. The very down to earth, wise Rabbi Sherre Hirsch discusses how to continue in such situations and tries to glean positive messages out of some of life's negatives. With concrete steps and examples, Rabbi Hirsch shows how people not only overcome adversity, but also triumph in the face of it.
It is nice to see someone who is a figure of authority write in such a down to earth, clear tone.
I am a recent USC grad. My degree is in business with an emphasis in management, however I have many interests beyond that. I especially love traveling (been to 20 countries so far and have a long list … more
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