I am getting ready to go to (some say well-deserved) vacation and I decided to share with you my personal reading plan for the next several weeks. I’ve been reading an excellent book by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and I hope to finish it as I travel. Here is the link to his site, perhaps, you too would want to join me and many others on this intellectual and spiritual journey (watch the video on the right):
The book is full of fascinating insights relating to the current world crisis, having to do with horrible religious violence taking place now in many parts of the world. While it is certainly an intellectual work, it is clearly written and makes you keep on turning the pages.
I would love to hear from you on this forum. What have you been reading? What books did you find worth your time this year?
(Keep in mind I will not be able to respond, but I will read all the comments as time permits!)
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks is a global religious leader, philosopher, the author of more than 25 books, and moral voice for our time. Until 1st September 2013 he served as Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, having held the position for 22 years.