- Author:Ronald A. Brauner
- Publisher:Mirkov Publications (November 1, 2001)
- Pages:170 pages
- FB2 format1567 kb
- ePUB format1920 kb
- DJVU format1897 kb
- Formats:mbr lrf lrf lit
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by Ronald A. Brauner. This book, in a series of probing, entertaining and informative essays, aims at helping the reader understand something about Jewish differentness, something about how Jews think, what Jews believe and what Jews have contributed to the world. This book is about what Jews have in common - Jews around the world, Jews of varied and diverse cultural backgrounds.
analyses the effects of the wartime crisis on Jewish thinking with considerable skill, drawing on an impressive range of sources.
the art of living in two civilizations. by Ronald A. Check nearby libraries. Published 2001 by Mirkov Publications in Pittsburgh, Pa. Written in English. Judaism, Jewish way of life. Includes bibliographical references (p. 132-151) and index. 160 p. ; Number of pages.
He lived two years there, and a few years later he wrote a book about his . What does it teach us? I think that Orwell was one of the great travel adventurers of the 20th century.
He lived two years there, and a few years later he wrote a book about his experiences called Walden; or, Life in the Woods. Thoreau was always sceptical of what people called civilisation – accumulating material goods, moving into a bigger house. He viewed those things as burdens. The reason I think that is because in Down and Out in Paris and London he showed that empathy could become an extreme sport and the guideline for the art of living.
This book is about what Jews have in common - Jews around the world, Jews of varied and diverse cultural backgrounds. This book is a look at something of the essence of Jewishness. It is about Jewish ideas, Jewish values, about Jewish ways of looking at the same things non-Jews look at, but seeing them differently.