"How" and "Why"
I Wrote this Sefer
About the Sefer
This sefer serves as an accessible and inspiring gateway into deeper Jewish wisdom, living a life of higher truth, and achieving one’s ultimate purpose.
The ideas in this sefer are rooted in the full range of Torah wisdom, spanning Tanach, Gemara, Midrashim, and the writings of classical Jewish thinkers, including the Maharal, Ramchal, Nefesh Ha'Chaim, R' Tzadok, and Sfas Emes.
Each chapter concludes with a summary to help the reader remember the main concepts and ideas, as well as action points and discussion questions to help close the gap between intellect and action.
Why I Wrote This Sefer
Everyone will agree that a story needs an ending; unless a story goes somewhere, it’s pointless. The purpose of a set-up is to lead toward a conclusion, toward a destination. A story without an ending, without a purpose, is not a story worth telling.
The same is true for our lives: we need a destination. We are all part of a larger story, but we’re also writing our own individual stories. Hashem created us in this world with unlimited potential, but that was only the “set-up” — the beginning of our story. Without a purposeful destination, a clear goal, and a deeper understanding of who we are and who we are meant to be, the set-up lacks true meaning. We need to make this a meaningful journey — a story of growth, creativity, and contribution.
That is why I wrote this sefer, to help you along your personal journey, to help you become the ultimate version of yourself. As you learn through this sefer, plant the ideas within your mind and soul, and bring them to life. Make your life a meaningful journey, an extraordinary story.
Go write your punch line.
Charlie Harary, Esq.
Prolific Speaker, Author, and CEO of H3 Capital LLC
"The Divrei Chaim once said that the greatest distance lies between the head and the heart. In Rabbi Reichman's sefer, he gives us the principles and tools to close this gap, enabling us to implement the timeless wisdom of the Torah that Hashem has given us to become better and holier people."
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