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In My Opinion [Hardcover]
By: Rabbi Berel Wein
For several decades, informed readers sought out Rabbi Berel Wein'sopinion column in his weekly Destiny Foundation blog, in the Jerusalem Post, and other publications to gain his perspective on current issues. Theproducts of his highly educated and sensitive mind, the essays were uniquely"Wein"- always original, always refreshing in their candor, and subtly thought provoking. Who else could experience uplift from an orchid plant or discover thecore values of the Jewish nation in the words of Israel's taxi drivers?His sweeping gaze simultaneously takes in past, present, and future.Continually aware of history and its impact on today's events, he looks at anempty field in the Land of Israel and sees not only the farmer with his plow today,but one who worked the same land two thousand years ago. And with heartfeltfaith and a vibrant awareness of ancient prophecy, he envisions those who willharvest that field in the future. In this troubled, insecure age of ours, he provesthat one can, one must, be a realist and an optimist at the same time.The best of these valuable essays have been collected for this volume. If youare fan of Rabbi Wein's writing, you will feel as though you are encountering anold friend. If you are not already familiar with Rabbi Wein's take on life, you are infor a treat.