To Heal a Fractured World: The Ethics of Responsibility Paperback – 3 Aug 2006
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'A book for our time. Sacks writes with a quiet passion that is accessible to religionist and secularist alike... a desperately needed transfusion of hope.' --Catholic Herald
'There is much of great wisdom here, for readers of all faiths and none.' --Bishop of Thetford
About the Author
Dr Jonathan Sacks has been Chief Rabbi of Britain and the Commonwealth since 1991. A regular broadcaster for many years, he wrote the award winning The Dignity of Difference. Many of his other books are in print with Continuum
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The line 'that what we want to do meets what needs to be done, that is where God wants us to be' is all the career guidance you need, but I've never heard the Anglican church be so bold as to offer career advice. In Judaism, it's not acceptable to embarrass another person in public. That's the sort of imperative we need to hear articulated when they put out another series of Big Brother or The Weakest Link.
The content is high-brow, but despite the fact that Sacks has an academic background, he's never hard to follow. The book is overflowing with social commentary and Biblical insight.
I was interested to read about how the Chief Rabbi was inspired by Rabbi Menahem Mendel Schneersohn. I've been reading up about him.
I'm now on my next book by the same author.
so I have enjoyed reading "To heal a fractured world".
The book is well written, with many examples from the Bible, history and modern life.
Sometimes I've read again the same chapter, in order to understand better.
It can speak to any religious as well as secular people of good will, therefore I recommend it.