Daniel S. Wolk The Time is Now

ISBN 13: 9780440234838

The Time is Now

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9780440234838: The Time is Now

In a villa in rural France, Daniel S.  Wolk finds that the only door lacking a key teaches a lesson in seizing opportunity--At an Israeli cemetery, he recalls an old man searching for his parents' tombstone to remind us of words that should be said before it's too late--And in these and many more uplifting anecdotes, he inspires us to pursue our dreams today, not tomorrow, because--


With wisdom and humor, Rabbi Daniel S. Wolk quotes the Torah, his grandmother, Robert Frost, Samuel Beckett, and a junk peddler with equal ease, stimulating our minds as deeply as he touches our hearts.  His sixty vignettes show you how to get the most out of every day, including--how to begin your life right now--lessons in breaking out of old patterns--ways to seek the positive in life--how to make time for relationships--the secret of living life twice--and much more.

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"Common-sense advice on living life to the fullest....A gentle, down-to-earth rabbi begs the question: 'What would you do with your time if you only had two years to live?' And answers it with heart, soul and wit."
--New York Post

"A thoughtful, inspirational work."
--Publishers Weekly

"Reading The Time Is Now is like spending quality time with a warm, wise, witty and well-traveled friend who magically makes you feel better about yourself."
--Alfred Uhry, author of Driving Miss Daisy

"Daniel S. Wolk's writing combines the folk wisdom of a suburban Shalom Aleichem with the whimsical reality of Garrison Keillor."
--Associated Press

About the Author:

Daniel S. Wolk has been the rabbi of Congregation Emanu-El in Westchester County, New York, for over thirty years and is the author of The Dirt from Tripp Street.  His travels have taken him as far afield as the Himalayas, Thailand, Africa, South America, and the Middle East, but his spiritual center is his home on Tripp Street in Mt. Kisco, New York.

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Wolk, Daniel S.
Published by Dell (1999)
ISBN 10: 0440234832 ISBN 13: 9780440234838
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