Lawrence Kushner has been one of the longest-serving congregational rabbis in America, as well as a prolific writer. In this book, he reflects on his life and career in the Jewish community. Essays cover a wide range of subjects and give us noteworthy insights into synagogue life, the role of a rabbi, family life, and Judaism today and tomorrow. While there are a few conclusions that a reader might challenge, every observation is thoughtful and thought-provoking.
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.