This is a collection of short meditations on happiness which began with the 'Credo' columns written for The Times. 'In these meditations, I've tried to say what happiness is, how we make it, how we lose it, and how we sometimes walk past it without recognising it. We miss it by looking in the wrong places. In consuming, as if it were something we could buy. In leisure, as if it were somewhere we could escape. In changes of relationship and lifestyle, as if it were just over the horizon. It isn't somewhere else; it's where we are.' Rabbi Jonathan Sacks This is a delightful collection of short pieces reflecting on life, families, children, community, faith, friendship and hope. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks has rewritten his original 'Credo' articles and made them the starting point for this new book.
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"In this inspiring collection of columns written for The Times, Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of Britain and the Commonwealth since 1991, reflects on the art of celebrating life…. It is salutary to savor the words of this respected spiritual leader and to see how forcefully he lifts up and affirms what is best in religion.About the Author:
Jonathan Sacks became Chief Rabbi in 1991. He is much sought after as a religious broadcaster and spokesman.
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Book Description Harpercollins Pub Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006281729