Rabbi Dr. Twerski is a prolific author of books that offer lay readers a glimpse into the thinking of a multidimensional scholar of Judaism and of psychiatry. This volume suggests that the search for happiness and self-fulfillment is actually a search for spirituality. Rather than defining spirituality in ritually religious terms, Twerski defines it in terms that reflect deeply held values and character traits. He recommends ten areas of action in which a person should engage to achieve the spiritual health necessary for happiness. The book is very readable, includes anecdotes from his personal and professional experiences to illustrate his themes.
Rabbi Arnold D. Samlan is a Jewish educator and rabbi living in Miami, Florida. He serves as executive director of the Orloff Central Agency for Jewish Education of Broward County.