Eclectic Thoughts of Meaning
Finding Meaning in the Common
Hardcover | 7" x 10" | 416 Pages
Written by: Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan
Published by: Ktav Publishing House
About this Book
''Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan's knowledge is strikingly varied and far-ranging. He knows his Bible and Talmud, no surprise, but he demonstrates great fluency with science and psychology. His insights are penetrating and if you incorporate them, your life will change dramatically for the better. Plus, his writing style is fresh and always accessible. In short, you will learn a lot and enjoy it.''
New York Times bestseller author of Rebbe The Life and Teachings of Menachem M. Schneerson
''Rabbi Kaplan's blogs are a must read. He takes contemporary issues and relates them to Talmudic teachings, making them relevant to Jews and non-Jews alike.''
JULIA CHANG BLOCH Founder and president of the US-China Education Trust and former U.S. ambassador to Nepal
''In this book, Rabbi Shmuel Kaplan shows how an authentic Jewish approach allows us to find meaning in every aspect of our lives and the world in which we live. He brings a sensible Torah perspective to the issues that we all face and demonstrates beautifully how Judaism enables us to uncover the divine presence in so much of our daily lives and be inspired by it. It has valuable lessons for all of us!''
LAWRENCE H. SCHIFFMAN
Professor of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at New York University and director of the Global Network for Advanced Research in Jewish Studies