In his new book, Judaism Disrupted: A Spiritual Manifest for the 21st Century, Rabbi Michael Strassfeld illuminates the possibilities of a new Judaism—a framework, as he puts it, with “practices that you can start putting into use right away to live a life of meaning.”
By re-envisioning a Judaism that cultivates inner qualities such as gratitude, patience and generosity, Judaism Disrupted reshapes the tradition into something radically new. Focusing on the ethical imperative to make the world a better and more just place for all its inhabitants, this new Judaism calls on us to live with purpose. The wisdom found in the three-thousand-year discussion of how to live such a life can guide us on life’s journey. The practices, old and reconstructed—form a technology to make meaning in our lives and in our world.
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